- concern that the "free-form" prayers so common in conservative Protestantism can easily become trite and shallow.
- the "emergent church" movement's emphasis on liturgy and mystery.
- the publication of Phylis Tickle's easy guide to the Divine Office.
Then again, if you're as obsessive-compulsive as I am, the Divine Office too quickly becomes just another item that needs to be checked off the list; for that reason, there have been times I've had to set it aside.
Any thoughts out there?
(And if you want to read the article in the Tribune, click on the title of this post.)