We are getting ever closer to an improved liturgy in the English-speaking world.The new Missal gives us a more dignified language that more closely reflects the Latin standard.What isn’t part of her plan are Jell-O shots, a lovable, party animal roommate she can’t say ‘no’ to, and Ashton, the gorgeous captain of the men’s rowing team. He’s an arrogant ass who makes Livie’s usually non-existent temper flare and everything she doesn’t want in a guy.Worse, he’s best friends and roommates with Connor, who happens to fits Livie’s criteria perfectly. As Livie finds herself facing mediocre grades, career aspirations she no longer thinks she can handle, and feelings for Ashton that she shouldn’t have, she’s forced to let go of her last promise to her father and, with it, the only identity that she knows.
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It is also ridiculously presumptuous for any one person to imagine that he has a better idea than the liturgical text formed from 2,000 years of tradition.
I have my own theory on why it is so common for celebrants to just make things up on the spot.
Maybe it hasn’t happened in your parish but the trend is clear: better music, better vestments, better postures and rubrics.
And yet, we all know that things are not what they should be. Having experienced many of the latter, and talking with many other people about their experiences, I here list the top five ways in which the presentation of the liturgy can ruin the liturgical experience. Improvisation of the Liturgical Texts The problem of celebrants who make up their own words on the spot, in hopes of making the liturgy more chatty and familiar, continues to be a serious annoyance. Celebrants are permitted to break to explain parts of the Mass or provide other special instructions.