Monday, 20 May 2013

Blogging Block...

I've been having problems with blogging material.

I don't seem to have had any.

After staring at my computer for the best part of an hour in the hopes that inspiration would strike, I have decided to give up and go into the church and pray.

I need prayers right now...

In the meantime, I thought I'd share a rather nice video from the Solemn High Mass in honour of St. Margaret Clitherow, celebrated at St. Wilfred's Church, York, on 4 May 2013. The Rudgate Singers sang Gregorian chant and polyphony by Victoria, Bardos, Croce and Webbe. The video isn't very "visual" but they've got a few nice tunes you can listen to.*



*That remark was meant to be funny...

6 comments:

Ttony said...

Don't worry - just post when you have something to say.

There's nothing worse than having to plough through a load of "I have to blog so I have blogged" blogs.

We'll all still link to you - promise!

Eccles said...

I agree with Ttony, only blogg when you has got somefink spiritaully nuorishin to say.

This is the probblem wiv some professoinal bloggers and juornalists - they has to produce copy on demand.

Zephyrinus said...

Always good to read your Posts, Mac,
no matter the content or when they appear.

Kitties, Teaching, Catholic Events, Liturgy,
Cricket, Cartoons, Videos/Photos . . . the list
is endless. All good stuff and all looked forward to
by all your Readers.

Keep 'em coming (whenever it suits you) and thanks
for the excellent Post on the Solemn High Mass
in honour of Saint Margaret Clitherow.

Liked the bit about "a few nice tunes".

As requested in your Post, you are now on my Prayer List.

in Domino.

Steven Fisher said...

Cats. There's always room for cats.

Celia said...

I was there (York) and for someone who can rarely get to a Latin mass, it was a lovely and moving experience. It particularly struck me how the celebrant's orientation prevented a lot of the distraction you get watching the priest facing the congregation (nearly wrote 'audience'). Also good was the procession afterwards through the city centre although unfortunately we couldn't really hear the people at the front saying the rosary, so it was a largely silent one.

The celebrant was Canon Montjean from the shrine of SS Peter, Paul & Philomena at New Brighton. Expect people know of it, but if not see www.domeofhome.org. They need support and money to fertilise this particular mustard seed!

Mulier Fortis said...

Ttony & Eccles - the advice is good, except that I often feel I don't have anything worthwhile to say until I start to blog...

...and if I only blogged when I have "spiritaully nuorishin" things to say, I'd probably have to stop blogging...

;-p

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