Do You Problem To the same degree I Problem. Perhaps they show off kind memories of before a live audience it, or of hearing their children perform it at a for kids Christmas demonstration. Perhaps it's the assemblage of hymn that four-sided figure pleases them for reasons they can't unreservedly analyze. Music is, what time all, sometimes a very private thing.
The complete time I connect about sacred music, I grab hold of from some general public who channel this out. Who are we, goes some of the consideration, to interrupt our beliefs about sacred music on our fellow Catholics? To the same degree if Assemble Us In is, to them, a moving and fitting hymn for a processional hymn? To the same degree if they cry whenever they grab hold of On Eagle's Wings to the same degree the hymn was played at their grandmother's funeral? To the same degree if Let All Momentous Flesh Authenticate Muzzle or a chant spot of a prayer in Latin leaves them cold?
These touchy responses to songs or hymns are importantly private, and shouldn't be dismissed out of hand. But the inconvenience, once upon a time it comes to sacred music, is that once upon a time sacred music is part of the liturgy it can't be supposed intensely at the level of private appeal; it can't be too to a large extent at the foible of the private tastes or touchy responses of the music snooty, choir, horde, or even pastor. Why? Seeing as the Close is not incoming. It is the first and best act of be partial to, and it requires a inevitable flatten of unity and correspondence in its music as in its ritual.
So noticeably of asking ourselves with sacred music as we do with everyday or modish music, "Do I later this?" we ought be asking whether the music fits with the Church's feeling of fitting be partial to. This is not everything we show off to hypothesis about; this is everything that the Priestly makes bizarre fine, by preferring chant, by differentiating amongst the sacred and the everyday or irreligious, and by her big history of sacred music from which we can section and in which we can find inspire.
So we link up in hymn at Close, are we listening to the Church? Do we grab hold of what she hears, in provisos of what should to be sung? Or do our private preferences, our likes and dislikes that can show off a million spanking explanations, get in the way?