lördag 10 november 2012

Liege Cathedral uglified

Cathédrale St-Paul. by Rienk Mebius
Cathédrale St-Paul., a photo by Rienk Mebius on Flickr.
Beautiful and well preserved Medieval Cathedral but what is the thing that looks like a gold painted radiator in front of the altar?

It is ugly. It should be taken away. And the ugly chairs one the sanctuary should be put in the Cathedral cafe. A perfectly good altar can be seen behind which can be used instead. The celebrant would then be facing east, the same as the rest of the congregation.

The damage done by the 1970s liturgical reforms spread far beyond the liturgy itself.

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