Rorate Caeli

Hoofin' for the Spirit in Ohio

Not exactly "Sweatin' With the Oldies", but Richard Simmons might just like it! Take your blood pressure pills, and click:

http://faculty-l.slis.kent.edu/~tfroehli/leaven/about.html

2 comments:

  1. I live close to Kent State University and I am not aware of liturgical dance being a problem around here. Let me quote from the site.

    "Although our director has been involved in sacred and liturgical dance in both Catholic and non-Catholic churches for twenty-five years, Leaven has recently run into considerable resistance to the use of liturgical dance in Catholic masses and sanctuaries in northeast Ohio, beginning with a concert we produced two years ago. It generated a fax from the Vatican to Bishop Anthony M. Pilla, of the Cleveland Diocese, expressing reports of concerns they had received about this "occurrence" in the church. "

    I think the bishop should pat them on the head and suggest they perform in the school gym on Sunday afternoon. Nobody will come and that will be the end of that.

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  2. Charles,

    I attended Kent State back in the seventies. Didn't bother with Church back then, but if I had, seeing this stuff would have 86'ed my zeal forthwith.

    Ah well, what's a circus without clowns?

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