….Invasion of the Hot Italians.
IM GOING TO STAB MYSELF IN THE FOOT I JUST SENT MY ENGLISH TEACHER MY ESSAY ON HAMLET AND IT WAS STILL NAMED “the fresh prince of denmark yo holla”
Hello! I have been driven m Welcome to NightVale,Harry Potter and Ships
OTP is 9/10/11 and Rose
Amy and Rory
Nico and Reyna
Zekk and Jaina
Got to go find Gallifrey now
*hops in TARDIS and goes flying off through out Time and Space
oh for God's sake!
I am, actually! I’ve got another one basically finished, I just need to record it now. Unfortunately, I’ve been sick for a while, and my nose is still stuffed up. But once that clears up, I plan on recording it. Hopefully I’ll get it out by the end of the holidays (if I get some free time in between work and family stuff regarding Christmas) or if not, at least by some point early next year.
And thank you!!~
Hear the fandom scream because we get a new song.
AUDREY IS THIS YOUUUUU? Thanks tho, come off anon and we can be friends.
I would generally say no, it is not appropriate, for the reason Pope Benedict XVI gave:
“Wherever applause breaks out in the liturgy because of some human achievement, it is a sure sign that the essence of liturgy has totally disappeared and been replaced by a kind of religious entertainment. ” (Spirit of the Liturgy p. 198)
Essentially, what this means is that if your clapping for the singers during mass, or clapping because the priest gave a good homily, you’re operating a superficial level of focusing on the human element of the mass instead of what God is doing. The mass is not a performance, it is not a concert, it is not a play. Applause during the mass makes it appear like it is such.
Furthermore, applause is distracting from prayer. It is making a lot of noise that may be disturbing to those praying.
It is possible that parishes may have a distinct culture in which clapping is not a celebration of a human achievement, but as a way of “amen-ing,” or showing agreement with a particular point made during the homily, which perhaps is more licit, but still unnecessary and distracting and therefore should be discouraged gently and pastorally.
We should remember that what we are seeing during the mass is what the Blessed Virgin Mother, John, and Mary Magdalene saw on Calvary, and therefore, we should model our behavior after theirs. Were we there on Calvary we would clearly see it would be very inappropriate to be clapping while Jesus is dying on the cross, and therefore, we should consider it similarly inappropriate to applaud during the mass.
Does this help you? God bless!
St. John Chrysostom (via confessionsofsomeoneanonymous)
I’m going to confession later, so I get a crown. But I want a fez instead, is that ok?
At this point I broke down. I just couldn’t even.
We will sing to you Doctor. The universe will sing you to your sleep.
Your blog has been signed by David Tennant
I am officially addicted to doctor who
OH FANTASTIC! JUST FANTASTIC! WELCOME TO THE FANDOM! MADNESS AND FEELS AWAIT!
I KNOW I SHOuLD HAVE DONE THIS A LOT MoRE EARLIER, I’ve been watching it for a while now and I simply am in love with it. I need to follow more whovian blogs!
Welcome to the fandom and congrats on being #NewToWho!
*waits for someone to reblog my ‘an email sent, by me to the producers of WTNV’ post so I can actually get some asks.*