Liturgy and literature

Traditional liturgy, through its ceremony and ability to effect a sense of the transcendent, opens the human heart and mind not only to truth, but to other realms of being. If liturgy accomplishes this, so does literature, for what does a good story or a good drama accomplish, but to take us for a time to another world—a parallel reality that sheds light on our own reality?

 

 

 

 

 



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