11 responses to “Thank you, Bishop Morlino”

  1. Brick by brick in Madison: an Altar-ation! | Fr. Z's Blog – What Does The Prayer Really Say?
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  2. BadgerCatholic
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    Famous!

    Nice work Ben!
  3. My Blog » » Brick by brick in Madison: an Altar-ation!
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  4. Linda Lee
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    Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! Thank you, indeed!
  5. Norah
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    Can the choir be moved to a less prominent position?
  6. Brick by brick in Madison: an Altar-ation! | CatInfor.com
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  7. laurazim
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    Actually–the choir doesn’t sing up there. That photo is one taken during the recording of Christmas Day Mass for the Appostolate to the Handicapped television ministry. It is the only time the choir sings there during Mass, and it’s only for the sake of recording convenience. ;) This is, indeed, most excellend news, and I’m so glad to have spotted this link in my blog feed–I’ll be following you now, Ben!
  8. andy
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    Hey Ben, I have a suggestion: there seems to be some confusion with some of your readers. They don’t understand the progression over time of how the sanctuary has evolved. Perhaps you could the year the photo was taken as a caption.
  9. Fr. John J. Sasse
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    Dear Ben,

    Great stuff! I love your patroness!!! I was out at the O’Connor center on the 29th and Fr. Greg Ihm gave me the a thorough demonstration of the new high altar. I tried to get some pics, but the flash wouldn’t work on my cell phone. I, too, think it is awesome. Our’s here at the parish might end up even better. I should have composite drawings on the 14th. Keep up the good work. God Bless.

    Your Pastor,
    Fr. John
  10. The New Altar!
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    [...] Most of you probably recall my giddy excitement when I walked into the BOC chapel, and saw the new high altar. Yesterday, Bishop Morlino dedicated it, then celebrated a pontifical low Mass upon it. It was an absolutely beautiful Mass, and that day, I realized how much I really love the extraordinary form. I always enjoyed getting to EF Masses, but it really stuck me yesterday how prayerful they always are, and it reminded me of the feelings of how much I wish I could attend them more often, and more conveniently (Fr. John, I’m talking to you ). [...]

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