Wednesday, February 1, 2017

HOW DO YOU SPELL RELIGIOUS CONSUMERISM? WATCH THE VIDEO AND SEE

At least this isn't Catholic but Episcopal, but we Catholics are not immune from this crass consumerism masked as "religion."





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We would like to invite you to come, experience and see for yourself all that The Church of the Cross offers and learn more about how unique, special and loved you really are!
Worship at The Church of the Cross is a powerful experience; come and join us any time! We have fourdistinct worship experiences on our two campuses designed for anyone, no matter where you are in life:
Saturdays at 5:28pm- Contemporary "Gracetime" Service at our Historic Campus
Sundays at 8:00am- Traditional Service at our Historic Campus
Sundays at 10:00am- Blended Service at our Historic Campus
Sundays at 9:00am AND 10:30am- Modern "CrossPoint" Service at our Cross Schools Campus
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2 comments:

Gene said...

I hate churches that have "traditional" and "contemporary" services. Like their theology, this is predicated upon satisfying every whim and any fad. Awful...sort of like the OF.

Dialogue said...

I see no problem with this. If every parish had just one sung EF Mass every Sunday, or at least an OF Mass with all the traditional elements, then I would have no problem with all the other options, even the silly ones, at other hours. The problem in the modern Latin Church is that there is near total repression of the Roman liturgical tradition at the the parish level.