Gregorian Chant for Good Friday

Posted on 10/04/2020, in Catholicism, Christianity, Gregorian chant and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Hello, I have commented a couple of times of this blog because I find myself in agreement with much of the thought on here. May I ask a question? If you had to come up with a very simplified narrative of church history, how would you describe it? What I’m getting at is that so much of church history seems to have been dominated by thinkers who emphasised theologies centred on damnation and controlling the populace. How should those of us who do not subscribe to the ‘damned mass’ respond to this fact. Do we just ignore thinkers that form such a large part of the church’s history? Is our view of history that the church quickly started teaching erroneous ideas and this continued until the modern era? If not, how do we filter out which ideas to keep and which to get rid of? Thank you and happy Easter

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