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I really like most of David Haas’ music. I listen to it a lot while working. And most of it I think is appropriate for liturgy. I know some will disagree with that statement, but it does inspire me.
Anyways, with that said, he recently came to our parish and had a concert. On the second day, he kind of started going off on a tangent and forced me to go research him. I was surprised to see what I found. A lot of promotion for non catholic beliefs. I’ll just leave it at that he has very liberal views on the direction the church needs to head. I’d suggest googling his ministry creed as well.
The most concerning thing I heard however, and maybe I misunderstood this, was regarding the Eucharist. He pretty much said that the host is not consecrated until we receive it. Nothing is changed in it until we receive it.
I’m hoping that I misunderstood this however I felt very uncomfortable and it seemed very out of place and anti catholic. I’ll be speaking to my priest about it and see his thoughts.