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Inspirational closing Eucharist with Bp. Curry at EYE14

Inspirational closing Eucharist with Bp. Curry at EYE14

Bishop Michael Curry of North Carolina wowed the youth at EYE14’s closing Eucharist.


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Fr. Will McQueen

I did contact a friend of mine who attended the service in question and he did say that there were numerous typos and issues with the slides. Perhaps this was a cut & paste issue and everyone just blindly followed the words on the screen. Don’t know, wasn’t there. It’s still quite curious, but I’m willing to put this issue to bed.

Fr. Will McQueen

The only problem Christopher and Omar is the fact that there is an eight year track record of these kinds of changes taking place on a regular basis. If that were not so, I’d have never posed the question in the fist place.

Because this service turned into a back-and-forth of English hands Spanish, I will concede that something could have possibly happened during the editing of the slides. However, if you go back and listen to the audio, there is absolutely no hesitation on the PB’s part when she’s reciting it. Looking at the video it doesn’t appear that she’s looking at the text in her binder or on one of the screens. There’s also no strange looks from the congregation that you would expect when an error as glaring as this one is in the recitation of the Creed. I’m merely asking a question, and I think that you would want an answer.

Oh, and Mr. Cooper, you are certainly welcome to “like” your view of a (non-Virgin) Mary, but I hope that you will “like” being called a heretic for doing so.

Omar Reyes

Let’s see, 1979 prayer book, yup , the apostles creed is still there. Come on people, it’s just a mistake! Let’s take the tin foil hats off for a second and concentrate our efforts on helping all those kids coming across the border

FrTrey Garland

I, for one, would like to have someone at 815 clarify that it was a typo.

Christopher Cooper

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