Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Gottesdienst Cometh!

Beware the Ides of March!

It is the day on which the white great steed Gottesdienst is scheduled to bolt out of the barn, traverse the fields of liturgical malaise, and bring hope and joy to the poor peasants put upon by the paltry, pusillanimous picadillos of praise bands.

Oh ye bureaucratic bunglers! Beware the Ides of March!

The rest of us--well, those of us who are subscribers-- may look forward to the following (to subscribe, click here):

Our Makeover

Three Sermons

Oculi Larry L. Beane

Maundy Thursday Erik J. Rottmann

Holy Saturday Paul Gregory Alms


Liturgical Observer

Lutheran Identity Crisis?

Burnell F. Eckardt Jr.

Ha! Ha! Among the Congregants

A Guest Essay Peter M. Berg

Commentary on the War

How to Make Confession: Just Do It

David H. Petersen

Sabre of Boldness

Strategy for Victory Jonathan E. Shaw

Dr. Ronald Feuerhahn Receives Sabre

Bearers of the Sabre

When Mist Was Rising from the Land

A Poem Kathryn Ann Hill

Occurrence and Priority of Feasts

Pondering the Holy Liturgy

The Introit Burnell F. Eckardt Jr.

Gottesdienst Memorandum

Musing on the Mysteries

Shadows of the Substance

Exodus 26:1-37 Karl F. Fabrizius


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think you mean peccadilloes, no?

Father Eckardt said...

Peccadilloes are trifling faults; Picadillos is a traditional Latin American and Spanish dish of ground meat, onions, tomatoes, raisins, olives, and spices. The latter is close to what the blended music of the praise bands gives. How's that for a recovery?

William said...

Good comeback!