|When leaving the "Messiah" by Handel that the choir and the national orchestra of Moldova have offered, with the glorious taste of Amen and Hallelujah bis, gathering on the steps of the Palau de la Musica Catalana I met Dr. Antoni M. Oriol i Tataret. |
The author of the monumental "Nation and the Pontifical Magisterium," so little known and so contradicted in-depth strategies and tactics daily by Spanish high clergy, smiling, as always. Always smiling, as the priest who Sándor Márai described in the pages of “Divorce in Buda." The smile was the secret of that priest Hungarian literary fiction; the fact that without any reason in particular was glad of life... Those who had approached him could not help but notice this: thAT man lived. Always smiling because he knew smiling gladly. His religious faith was close to his personality, natural and immutable as the joy of living plants or animals.
Dr. Oriol i Tataret was resplendent as a theologian who had spent the afternoon on Sunday with the truth and I asked him:
- Did you like it?
- And much! , responded with enthusiasm.
- It is a wonderful hymn.
-Also, for those who have faith...
-A magnificent hymn in honor of Jesus.
We speak, therefore, about the high culture that comes from the Gospel. How do you want to break or waive the profitable partnership between the Art and the Gospel, to benefit the Church of high culture and to draw high culture from the Church?