Our Best Efforts

When we began this blog, now some years ago, the intent was both reflective and informative. The musical and liturgical traditions of the Episcopal Church are so rich that confess I most often probably fall into the hole of being informative and educational rather than being reflective. For a severe ESTJ on the Myers-Briggs personality type indicator test, being reflective is sometimes difficult for me. I am an organist, and I must practice, you know. I am also responsible for five... Read More
Posted by Dr. David Ouzts at Monday, January 14, 2019
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How is it with your soul?

This Sunday we celebrate the Baptism of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Yes, on the Epiphany, which we celebrated last Sunday and marked by the arrival of the Magi in Bethlehem, Jesus was an infant or about 3 years old, depending upon which biblical scholars you follow. My old liturgical joke, in the days when we used to sing “We three kings” on the first Sunday of the Epiphany season, whether or not it was the Feast of the Baptism of Christ, was, “Well, Jesus grows up very... Read More
Posted by Dr. David Ouzts at Friday, January 11, 2019
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