Category Archives: Catholicism

Relating to my faith, both personal and societal.

Low Church, not Low Faith

A few weeks ago on this page, in the Isaiah musing, I stated a disdain for choir chanting, Latin, violins, and other complex music settings at Mass. More generally, I prefer a service style that tends toward “low” church. When … Continue reading

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Isaiah 53

I got assigned to the first reading on Good Friday. At first, I thought my friend Klara had a wicked sense of humor. We had talked Sunday night about my current mood. She didn’t know that the passage is the … Continue reading

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Mathematics After The Fall

There’s this undergraduate I know, Patrick. He’s a third year at the University of Chicago, occasionally posts to his blog, prefers traditionalist liturgy, and most importantly likes theoretical mathematics. We actually took Math 207-208-209 together two years ago, him as … Continue reading

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