Some people are just dying for change St. Ritas was a vibrant suburban church whose parishioners liked things on the traditional side: old-fashioned hymns from the choir and no-nonsense preaching from the priests, pious devotions in the chapel and warm pastries in the rectory kitchen. All that ended the day the liturgist arrived. He promised to bring the parish up to date, to get more people to participate, to make the Mass more appealing to the tastes of modern Catholics. But all he did was make enemies; it seems St. Ritas wasnt ready to sing a new church into being quite yet. So when the liturgist turned up dead, under violent and mysterious circumstances, everyone was a suspect.
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