Monday, March 18, 2019

Bracketology of our own

Happy to credit whomever might have made this. Comment if you know.


  1. I'm always happy to be in a church where the 14 fussy toddlers/ infants are there for any liturgy. Their parents might not feel the same, but they and their children are appreciated for making the sacrifice!

  2. Clergy who actually read the anaphora of St. Basil aloud & at a normal pace vs. those who bury/skip 95% of it? No contest, it isn't even a sanctioned event. Reading the words of St. Basil 10 times a year is utterly trivial to all but a few clergy in the country. They figure we hear his words someplace else instead. I wonder where? I wonder where thay learned to do this to church services?