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Why Are We Bored At Mass?
published 18 October 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

N THIS WONDERFUL talk, Dr. Scott Hahn admits to sometimes being bored at Mass and explains why. He also talks about how his daughter “doesn’t want to go to Heaven.”

You owe it to yourself to watch the entire presentation (an hour), but if you don’t have time, make sure to at least watch the following brief excerpt:

      * *  6-minute excerpt by Dr. Hahn

Incidentally, at the very beginning of the talk, Dr. Hahn praises Adam Bartlett, who had just given a beautiful talk on Sacred music.