Regular visitors to St Blog's wouldn't know it to read this weblog, but I'm a specialist of sorts in matters liturgical. That is to say, over the last twenty years I've read too much on the subject for my own good. For example, I've got reports on liturgical translations that most parish priests never see. And when the latest proposed English draft came out, I was one of a few outside the press that got a hold of it before it got snatched off the web. (Seems they're playing the cards closer to the chest these days.)
I've read a commentary at Amy Welborn's site recently, with references to other sites contained therein. I could easily join the frey.
The problem is, I wouldn't know when to stop. Really.
But I did pull something out of the closet that I wrote about six years ago, when Arlington got a new bishop, and everybody in the pews was salivating over two things; the Old Latin Mass, and altar girls. I did a commentary on the latter, in defense of the traditional males-only practice that prevails in Arlington, as well as one other diocese in the USA. It'll be up later in the week.
After that, and when I get up enough nerve, I'll write something on that other hot button issue. Stay tuned...