ACH117: Dom Virgil Michel was a man ahead of his time in the early 20th century. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how this visionary Benedictine played a huge role in liturgical development, catechesis, and social justice in the US, by showing how all three were intimately connected.
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Links for this episode:
- Virgil Michel – Database: Christian Educators of the 20th Century – Biola University
- The Catholic Worker, Volume XX, Number 4
- Michel, Virgil | Encyclopedia.com
- Justice, Evil, and Worship – Remembering Virgil Michel, OSB – Daily Theology
- Liturgical Pioneers / Pastoral Musicians and Liturgists: Virgil Michel, OSB
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