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Monday, December 26, A.D. 2011
O Holy Night

Here is “O Holy Night” sung by the choir at Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King:

I was aghast when I saw the cathedral’s interior. Then, I discovered that it is the Roman cathedral in Liverpool, which was built in the lamentable years of the Sixties. Its design reminds me of something that one would find on Coruscant. Did the post-conciliar architects consult Ralph McQuarrie before building their temples? At least, Liverpool’s cathedral looks better than Los Angeles’ monstrosity.

Nonetheless, it heartens me that Albion’s Roman communities are keeping alive its choral traditions.

Posted by Joseph on Monday, December 26, Anno Domini 2011
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