Bay Area Reporter :: Queer Requiem appropriates Latin Mass

“Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite” will have its San Francisco premiere on Nov. 16 & 17 at Grace Cathedral. The piece is an evening-length choral work by singer-composer Holcombe Waller.

“‘Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite’ is a radical appropriation of a European, patriarchal tradition, the formal Latin Mass, which we reinterpret through the lens of the marginalized LGBTQ experience,” Holcombe Waller told the Bay Area Reporter. “In many ways, the result is like an alternate universe in which the millennia of queer leadership in communities of faith have been out all along, shining their example of loving equity across all people. This is what the piece seeks to dream into being.”

Source: Bay Area Reporter :: Queer Requiem appropriates Latin Mass

WATCH: Female Antifa Punches, Spits On Conservative Demonstrators. It Doesn’t End Well For Her. | Daily Wire

On Saturday, a 19-year-old so-called “anti-fascist” protester was arrested after she punched and spat on demonstrators at a #HimToo rally in Portland.

Source: WATCH: Female Antifa Punches, Spits On Conservative Demonstrators. It Doesn’t End Well For Her. | Daily Wire

University staff told not to use ‘don’t’ or ‘frightening’ capital letters | Fox News

Journalism professors at Leeds Trinity University in the UK have been instructed not to use certain words — in case they frighten sensitive students.According to UK media reports, the use of capital letters has been banned as well as the “overuse” of the words “do” and “don’t”.

Source: University staff told not to use ‘don’t’ or ‘frightening’ capital letters | Fox News

The Embodied Church in a Digital Age | CT Pastors | Christianity Today

Truth Bombs: no matter the physical pain, virtual reality and reality are two different things. Real obedience is required.

 

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Should we cheer or moan when online churches perform virtual baptisms?

Delp rarely leaves her house due to erythromelalgia, a rare condition that makes it painful to be outside for longer than a few minutes. Baptism would have been difficult for her in the past. With the virtual baptism, her family members from all over the country were able to witness the event in real time.

Source: The Embodied Church in a Digital Age | CT Pastors | Christianity Today