Strengthening the Liturgical Judgment

Strengthening the Liturgical Judgment

Originally published in the GIA Quarterly, Volume 35, Issue 2 Strengthening the Liturgical Judgment Nick Wagner PASTORAL MUSICIANS ARE THE UNSUNG HEROES of the liturgical drama, orchestrating a harmonious symphony of worship for the faithful. While they are usually...
On RE-MEMBERING and Our Reason Why

On RE-MEMBERING and Our Reason Why

Originally published in the GIA Quarterly, Volume 35, Issue 2 On RE-MEMBERING and Our Reason Why Kate Williams  FOR YEARS NOW, GIA EMPLOYEES, LIKE so many other corporate and pastoral teams in recent times, have engaged in conversations around the CliftonStrengths...
Truth vs. “Truthiness”

Truth vs. “Truthiness”

Originally published in the GIA Quarterly, Volume 33, Issue 1 Truth vs.“Truthiness” Nick Wagner MOST OF US KNOW THE STORY of George Washington and the cherry tree. “I cannot tell a lie, I did it with my little hatchet,” confessed the future first president when...
Black Catholics in Popular Music

Black Catholics in Popular Music

Originally published in the GIA Quarterly, Volume 34, Issue 4   Black Catholics in Popular Music Nate Tinner-Williams   IN THE STORY OF AMERICAN MUSIC, many critics and casual listeners alike have become increasingly hip to the notion that Black musicians are, on...
The Shape of Your Space

The Shape of Your Space

Originally published in the GIA Quarterly, Volume 34, Issue 1 The Shape of Your Space   Michael Silhavy Recently, I have been experiencing a “change of spaces” in both of my places of employment.  By now, I sense most readers of GIA Quarterly know that in January...