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I've not heard of Maurice Greene either. I like his setting. Another is by Hubert Parry in the 20th century, which you may have run across when searching for Greene's:


I think we have sung this at our parish. I quite like it.

I was just telling Important Blogger Amy Welborn* that a friend gave me some back issues of Caelum et Terra a few months ago. A treasure!

*pleasant comment now sullied by name-dropping

Heh. If that's name-dropping it's a minor offense. Glad you like CetT. Wish it had gotten more purchase in its time. A lot of the ideas are very similar to Rod Dreher's Benedict Option.

No, I hadn't come across the Parry setting, Craig. I like it. Thank you. He includes several sentences that Greene leaves out.

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