Music and God

The “Renaissance Prince” reblog.

Mundabor's Blog

 

Like the excellent Charles Pope in this blog post (and thank God for a priest saying to us that he “joined the church choir to meet the pretty girls who sang there”)  I always felt a strong connection between music and God. Not in the sense that I though that there must be a God because I hear beautiful music (I am one of those fortunate being who always had, since childhood, a strong interior feeling of the existence of God; something you can’t explain to those who haven’t it more than you could explain how it is to be in love to those who never were) , but because in my eyes music must tell even to the atheists that man con achieve summits by which one can, even as an atheist, seriously doubt that this is purely the work of man.

I still remember the first time…

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Posted on June 24, 2013, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. “I am one of those fortunate being who always had, since childhood, a strong interior feeling of the existence of God”.

    I am another, Mundabor, and I still have the same feeling I had when I was three.

    Music too for me is a must. Beauty, sacrality and transcendence are all a must. The Novus Ordo is so hideous that I cannot attend it anymore.

  2. Ah, brother, you have plumbed a deep well in this topic. I have, since becoming Catholic, discovered more beauty and divinity in music than ever. Here:

    and here:

  3. And then there’s this:

  4. Well done, you!

    May I… (hope it works)

  5. or perhaps this..

  6. This is only for Renaissance-like Princes..

  7. perhaps a Proddie… (just to be “ecumenical”)

  8. Friend, applause, long and loud all around. I would venture, as a woman, that for me, there is nothing more ethereal than beholding a maiden with her guitar, just for the sheer awe of drinking in beauty with both eyes and ears:

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