Worship design teams!
  • ghmus7
    Posts: 1,336
    And it costs only $200.00!

    http://sn111w.snt111.mail.live.com/default.aspx?wa=wsignin1.0
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  • ghmus7
    Posts: 1,336
    oops, try this:

    http://www.giamusic.com/search_details.cfm?title_id=16123&utm_source=me_mailing_list&utm_medium=email&utm_content=singing_the_unsung_campaign=singing_the_unsung_email
  • Adam WoodAdam Wood
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    John Bell is an ordained minister in the Church of Scotland.

    That makes him a Calvinist, yes?

    $200 is a lot of money. And what is a "worship design team?"

    This is all very, as the website says, "prophtic."
  • mjballoumjballou
    Posts: 989
    Well, there are Calvinists and there are Calvinists...

    In another of my many lives, I was a great devotee of John Bell and the Wild Goose Worship Project.
    In my current life, I am not.

    However, why not spend a few idle moments designing your own dream team? And don't limit yourself to the living or require contemporaneity.

    Here's an example: St. Pius X, Palestrina, El Greco - and Mary, Queen of Scots can do the vestments.
  • Adam WoodAdam Wood
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    Well, there are Calvinists and there are Calvinists...

    I am SO using that quote the next time I get the chance.


    I actually really like a lot of the Iona community music. It's quite wonderful for it what it was intended for: non-liturgical devotionals and house-church gatherings, and that sort of thing. If I ran a youth group, I'd have the kids sing stuff like that on the bus on the way to the waterpark or whatnot, or round the campfire. I can imagine some appropriate uses of a few of their songs in my current Protestant congregation, but I'd be hard pressed to find them a spot at a Catholic Mass.

    And, umm.....
    Why is a (ostensibly) Catholic publisher creating liturgical resources created by a Calvinist?
    No, nevermind- stupid question.
  • mjballoumjballou
    Posts: 989
    Silly Adam, there are Catholic publishers and there are Catholic publishers.

    And yes, it's great devotional music.