Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.
You can watch on iPlayer:http://tinyurl.com/q7f84s
It's available on iPlayer now. I spotted a fair few I knew or at least recognised.The choice of music was excellent, although I was not keen on the fanfares. Now that they have removed the lower altar, I almost thought they were going to celebrate Mass ad orientem because the High Altar was so close to the wall!The BBC's photography was very good and the commentary by Huw Edwards and Mgr Mark Langham was good, crucially not too much.I was pleased with what I saw.
Having earlier been rather critical of the new vestments I happily concede that they do look considerably better at the cathedral than they did in the work room at Watts.Now, where are the vidos? I'd love to hear Colin Mawby's fanfares as well as the two Antiphons by James MacMillen.
Liturgically, I thought it was all a bit of a shambles.
I didn't quite get the idea of a "Walk About" during the Solemn Te Deum.
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