Friday, October 18, 2013

It is good when brothers dwell together in unity

One thing that drew me to Catholicism was its common language. Catholic means universal, and within the pale of Holy Mother Church we have hundreds of countries, peoples, cultures, and languages. Despite this diversity, there remains a core of unity. The Church has a common liturgical language in which peoples of all times and places can worship and pray together in the same manner as our ancestors did, as all of the martyrs, confessors, doctors and saints worshipped and prayed.

That language, of course, is the King's English.


  1. It has a lot to recommend it...

    1. If you ask any American - even the non-Christians or the atheists - to recite the Ten Commandments, they'll do it in the King's English: "Thou shalt not...: