A contribution elsewhere

A couple of months ago, the people involved with new online Orthodox Arts Journal asked if I would be interested in contributing anything to their efforts. I’m a big fan of New Liturgical Movement, and as this is sort of an attempt to do something similar from the Orthodox side, I was thrilled to participate however I could. I suggested some things I can do, it seemed to make sense to all concerned, and as of this morning, my first post for them is up. Take a look, and peruse the rest of the site as well — they’re doing some nice stuff, and it’s an honor to be involved.


3 Responses to “A contribution elsewhere”

  1. 1 Mallory Stripling 12 November 2012 at 7:44 pm

    Hi Richard, I found your blog through your contribution to the Orthodox Arts Journal. In perusing the posts and comments, I ran across a comment a while back from Bryan Smith, who asked for guidance on forming a music curriculum for an Orthodox school. I’m very interested in hearing your ideas on this as well; my husband and I teach at Hagia Sophia, the parish school of Sts. Constantine and Elena in Indianapolis (not too far from you!) We are in our second year and still forming our curriculum. Here is our website, although our facebook page is more active. http://www.hagiasophiaclassical.com/

    Many years to Theodore and his parents and godparents!

    • 2 Richard Barrett 12 November 2012 at 7:59 pm

      Hi Mallory! Nice to hear from you. I love Ss. C&E, think very highly of Fr. David, and have several friends who go there. I’m aware of the school project and would love to be whatever help I can. I have much to say; perhaps in terms of specifics we should chat over private e-mail.

  1. 1 Orthodox Collective Trackback on 13 August 2012 at 2:49 pm

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