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Out of the question: Traffic-light liturgy

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Why do some clergy feel obliged to impose traffic-light liturgy on hapless congregations — “sit”, “stand”, “we say together”, “and so we pray”, “bottom of page six”, and so on — thus completely wrecking the liturgical flow, when such instructions are plain to see on the service ...

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