|Okay, maybe not at first.|
But it could get better!
If you are singing, you will have a lot more credibility when you start asking for better music. You won't be just a crank in the pew…If your music is truly awful, you will spend some time singing bad music. That however, is a golden opportunity to help the souls in Purgatory. I'm not being sarcastic, I offer up the assault on my sensibilities for the suffering souls, every time I sing happy clappy sappy music at Mass.
Maybe all you get is one beautiful piece for Easter or Christmas.
That's ok. You'll have just introduced good music to your parish. I guarantee you that people will hear it and want more where that came from.
They'll compliment the choir director. I'm fairly certain they aren't complimenting the folk music.
You're already going to Mass. So now all you have to do, is go to choir practice once a week instead of spending that time on Facebook. (Facebook will not miss you.)
If you care about the music, make the time.
Please go and read the entire post! Wendi has such an amusing – and convincing – way of say all of this.