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Apr 11, 2023

In this episode, Brett is joined once again by Michael Rainey, a convert from Seventh-Day Adventism and the music director at St. Paul's Co-Cathedral in Saskatoon. Last week, they talked about Michael's conversion and his thoughts on church music. This week, they delve deeper into the topic of liturgical music, discussing its history and controversies.

Show Snippet: "Musicians have long been known as a contentious and irrational sort. So it shouldn't be surprising to anyone that this has been a struggle. When you think about the music ministry at mass, there is something, different about it as compared to some of the other ministries that happen."