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chiltern_hundred
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Are you immigrating to the UK or is Max. emigrating to Canada?

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Originally posted by LQ:
Well, you know what they say about assuming. In fact I'm up to my nuts in Citizenship & Immigration Canada literature as we speak preparing for the big event. Your prayers, of course, are requested.



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Here is something scary.
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quote:
Originally posted by chiltern_hundred:
Are you immigrating to the UK or is Max. emigrating to Canada?

quote:
Originally posted by LQ:
Well, you know what they say about assuming. In fact I'm up to my nuts in Citizenship & Immigration Canada literature as we speak preparing for the big event. Your prayers, of course, are requested.


I'm emigrating to Canada as I'm in my final year of my theology degree and LQ is only in his middle year of his theology degree.
However, we might then both emigrate to New Zealand... I'm not sure why but LQ seems really desperate to go there.


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quote:
Originally posted by Max.:
quote:
Originally posted by St.Silas the carter:
Let's see who can find the three things wrong with This video.

Bad Timing, Bad Improvisation, Bad Singing, Buff Notes, Lost looking congregation, Undeserved Applause, Organ is in the wrong place, There are no pipes on the Organ, Lack of music when the organist needs it the most.....


enough for you?


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You missed the most obvious! Carpet.Padded chairs. everywhere.
Carpet+padded chairs+fake organ=bad sounds.

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Meh - I like carpets and comfy chairs.

When I move to Canada, I'm going to have to try to find a Church with comfy chairs and a carpet!


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Ooooh I like carpets and comfy chairs in church too! I've never been fulltime in such a church though, and rarely since leaving the right age group for "youth events". (Having said that at my new church the "young women's group" is all women of a working age!!!!)
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Nah, all those lumberjacks think comfy chairs are for softies and they don't have carpets because of the risk of them being ruined by meese and polar bears ...

quote:
Originally posted by Max.:
Meh - I like carpets and comfy chairs.

When I move to Canada, I'm going to have to try to find a Church with comfy chairs and a carpet!


Max.



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quote:
Originally posted by St.Silas the carter:
You missed the most obvious! Carpet.Padded chairs. everywhere.
Carpet+padded chairs+fake organ=bad sounds.

Welcome to my world. [Waterworks]

3 words: Fluffy...pink...carpeting

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Are you boys gonna have maniples?

None of our business if they dress up in kinky arm restraints.

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Not one of Christianity's finer hours.


Lower resolution version of my Christmas video. (High res, for those who have forgotten, is here. )

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Your Christmas video is so exquisite that I had to watch it several times! Great carol arrangements, beautiful photography, and Harry Potter is splendid, relaxing after his Christmas dinner!

Mary
Hoping the Christmas that's coming is equally gorgeous for you!

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quote:
Originally posted by Leetle Masha:
Your Christmas video is so exquisite that I had to watch it several times! Great carol arrangements, beautiful photography, and Harry Potter is splendid, relaxing after his Christmas dinner!

Thanks. I'm glad you liked it.

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Forþon we sealon efestan þas Easterlican þing to asmeagenne and to gehealdanne, þaet we magon cuman to þam Easterlican daege, þe aa byð, mid fullum glaedscipe and wynsumnysse and ecere blisse.

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quote:
Originally posted by DitzySpike:
Here is something scary.

You got a nibble. I thought the tiki torches were a bit odd. If they were going to light them, it might have made sense. As it was, why not give the guys a bunch of bamboo rods, so as not to leave us wondering when the flames were going to start? As the old writer’s rule goes, if you introduce a gun on page one, it had better fire by page fifty.

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A couple of recent favourites:

*Vidi Aquam

* Jesus Christ the Apple Tree

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quote:
Originally posted by LQ:
A couple of recent favourites:

*Vidi Aquam

* Jesus Christ the Apple Tree

The younger choristers' starched collars brought back memories of when I was a boy soprano, and wore a starched collar and a black bow when in choir.

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This video makes Max. feel all happy inside.

It's Eucharistic Prayer 5 in the Ambrosian Rite I'm guessing it's either EP4 in the Roman Rite, The Swiss Prayer (which is known as EP5 in Italy if I'm not mistaken or something Ambrosian.


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And now for something completely different.

Happy Epiphany/Theophany.

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quote:
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This video makes Max. feel all happy inside.

It's Eucharistic Prayer 5 in the Ambrosian Rite I'm guessing it's either EP4 in the Roman Rite, The Swiss Prayer (which is known as EP5 in Italy if I'm not mistaken or something Ambrosian.


Max.

Hey! That's the 360 degree swinger in action!

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quote:
Originally posted by Max.:
This video makes Max. feel all happy inside.

It's Eucharistic Prayer 5 in the Ambrosian Rite I'm guessing it's either EP4 in the Roman Rite, The Swiss Prayer (which is known as EP5 in Italy if I'm not mistaken or something Ambrosian.


Max.

It makes me feel all happy inside too. But I don't understand, Max -- it's tasteful, traditional liturgy done with great dignity and beauty. It's just so not you, Max!
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I dunno, Max, I liked the opera priest better.
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I see my dishy cantor is back for January in the opening audiovisual blast on the S. Clement's webpage.
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quote:
Originally posted by The Bede's American Successor:
And now for something completely different.

Happy Epiphany/Theophany.

I especially enjoyed the fact that he tosses the cross into the snow bank rather than into the bay, like they do in Tarpon Springs (and many other places, I am sure). Monarch Pass in the winter is quite daunting (wind, ice, avalanche shoots, etc.), and I have to hand it to these guys for keeping up the tradition.

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Christmas Midnight Mass from Christminster.

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Knopwood
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A better link for the same. [Biased]

[ETA: Midnight Mass? It was at 7.30!]

[ 18. January 2009, 17:37: Message edited by: LQ ]

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quote:
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[ETA: Midnight Mass? It was at 7.30!]

So that would make it 12.30 a.m. in Real Time, which is near enough to midnight, no?

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Ecclesiantics videos gone wild?

Welcome to the Vatican's Youtube Channel!

Now if only we can get them to stop the maddening Italian habit of speaking over everything and allow us to hear the actual sound!

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quote:
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Ecclesiantics videos gone wild?

Welcome to the Vatican's Youtube Channel!

Now if only we can get them to stop the maddening Italian habit of speaking over everything and allow us to hear the actual sound!

You mean you don't like the inspiring commentary?
The English commentary is even better:
"The um...Our crucifer tonight is uh...Mr. X.Y. Zavier, a seminarian from...the Josephinum, who's um..carrying the cross. Originally from the diocese of St.Jimmy, he's in theology II. Now the holy father is scratching his nose while the choir sings the gloria which in English is...."

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You know what would be really great? If Max. treated us to a video of the Roman Canon as he would want it done. Do y'all think we'll ever be so lucky?
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Hmmmm.... We'll see - I'm thinking Darke in F?


Max.

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quote:
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You know what would be really great? If Max. treated us to a video of the Roman Canon as he would want it done. Do y'all think we'll ever be so lucky?

Does Max. want the Roman canon done?

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I'd like to see you lead a extempore Lord's Supper prayer in the style that you'd like it done in! [Razz]


Max.


Oh Silas - I'm very Pro EP1 and EP4 - I don't think we hear them enough in Church!

[ 09. February 2009, 00:05: Message edited by: Max. ]

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quote:
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Oh Silas - I'm very Pro EP1 and EP4 - I don't think we hear them enough in Church!

Four is my favorite!

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Max.:


Oh Silas - I'm very Pro EP1 and EP4 - I don't think we hear them enough in Church!

Four is my favorite!
OMFG! Mine too!

Liturgy of St Basil [Smile]


Max.

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quote:
Originally posted by Triple Tiara:
Ecclesiantics videos gone wild?

Welcome to the Vatican's Youtube Channel!

Now if only we can get them to stop the maddening Italian habit of speaking over everything and allow us to hear the actual sound!

Its not only an Italian habit-talk to Archbishop Foley about his "commentary" during the entire Papal Midnight Mass. He is NO Bishop Agnellus Andrew OFM , let me tell you! [Smile]

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Honest to God, it drives me nuts!

I was in a television studio for JPII's funeral as a commentator. I really, really appreciated the anchor saying to the producer "I want no speaking during the next bit - it's the consecration and the most sacred moment for Catholics." And he was a lapsed Catholic! But no, others think they must talk talk talk talk

A few years ago we did a live link-up with various European centres, with young people praying with the Pope. This included going to the Ukraine, where they sang the most exquisite chant. Bloody Italian from Vatican TV spoke over it all, giving the Italian translation of what they were singing! [brick wall]

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quote:
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OMFG!

Can someone help me out and tell me what this might mean?
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Max.:
OMFG!

Can someone help me out and tell me what this might mean?
It means "Wow! I didn't mean to post that, it's rather offensive and I obviously was enjoying my Gin and Bitter Lemon a little bit too much last night"


Max.

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Yes, was thinking it was a little... strong for what was still, I suppose, liturgically a Sunday!

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It was a Monday!

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I thought it was rather camp! But then, so is gin and bitter lemon! [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by Saint Chad:
I thought it was rather camp! But then, so is gin and bitter lemon! [Big Grin]

I don't care - it's really, really awesome! I'm drinking it now before college too! It's like Breakfast Juice!


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Better still is Pink Grapefruit Absolut and orange juice!! [Yipee]

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Saint Chad:
I thought it was rather camp! But then, so is gin and bitter lemon! [Big Grin]

I don't care - it's really, really awesome! I'm drinking it now before college too! It's like Breakfast Juice!


Max.

You know what they say - one should never have more than two GINs before eight.

Because then it's time for breakfast [Razz]

(not that I drink before brekkers, of course... not since that 'Bacardi and muesli' incident when one was an undergrad [Paranoid] )

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Whisky on Cornflakes! [Big Grin]


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Now there's an idea.

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Well, what can I say? Twas a student house, and we had run out of milk whilst rum was still amply available.

The words 'seemed a good idea at the time' may be apt!

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quote:
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Originally posted by Max.:
OMFG!

Can someone help me out and tell me what this might mean?
It means "Wow!"
Thanks, Max. I thought that might be its meaning, but I wanted to be sure.
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Confirmation with the Most Rev. Andres Taul, Archbishop of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Chur-ch Abroad.
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Thats a great video LQ, and bits in English too.

Some really cute people there too [Smile] The nice white bow ties the young men wear are super.

The priest and the bishop lay hands on together. Thats nice.

What a different shape staff the bishop uses. Not like a shepherds.

They receive the Holy Communion in a group at the altar rales and then are blessed and then all get up and a new group kneels. The Bishop to some is speaking Engl;ish and then to others another language. Very interestin.

This is most certainly true.

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quote:
Originally posted by Max.:
Whisky on Cornflakes! [Big Grin]

You're Karen Walker.

Remember the episode when they thought she was unwell because she had milk on her cereal instead of Baileys?

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