Colin Mawby wrote:Further to the message about Kevin Mayhew. I have now asked him if he will be submitting music to the censorship panel. He confirms that he will have nothing to do with the process. I hope that in time other composers and publishers will take a similar attitude - this is the best way to speed the inevitable collapse of the current episcopal pantomime. Colin Mawby
Hare wrote:Thank you. I wonder if people are still buying Hymns Old & New with the old settings........?
justMary wrote:.......the Finance Committee - AFAIK, the one parish body whose decisions cannot be overruled by the PP.
It might well be a principled stand, JW, but is it a principle most of us would agree with?JW wrote:...he and others have my admiration for their principled stands
JW wrote:Frankly, what I think we need is some serious leadership from respected English (Welsh/Scottish/Irish) Catholics, along the lines of the Austrian church reformers, to unify dissidents, to highlight and to try to change whole areas of perceived Catholic orthodoxy. Till such leadership arises, individual side-swipes will probably remain fairly ineffective. The reintroduction of the Tridentine Mass after its banning by Paul VI and the reversal of trends in the church post Vatican II, demonstrate just how effective such well-led campaigns can be.
Peter Jones wrote:This statement appears on the Decani Music website:Decani Music website states: wrote:... We would like to have [the revised Laudate] available now, but we are awaiting a Nihil Obstat, a new requirement for hymn books that says that the contents are in line with church teaching. ...
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