I love the way Fr. Z has been gently skewering certain bishops' patronizing concerns about our intelligence. As if we can't somehow make that leap of imagination when we hear "dew of the Spirit" or "precious chalice". He's really disturbed that our successors to the apostles can't be bothered to teach us. "Why, it's just going to add more burdens to our poor parish priests who've already got so many problems."
And then there's Fr. Thomas Reese who whines, "Why bother?" Here he is with NPR. Do listen and tell me if his whining doesn't grate on you.
Which is weird because Psalm 110 and 'dew' recurs regularly at Evening Prayer. They see the word all the time:
"Yours is princely power from the day of your birth. In holy splendor before the daystar, like the dew I begot you."
The LORD has sworn and will not waver: "Like Melchizedek you are a priest forever."