Another case in point on lay ministry. I just got an email from the diocese that some parish is looking for a 'music minister.' I can hardly blame the Diocese; it is now the accepted terminology. But why is it the accepted terminology? Is a janitorial service now a 'cleaning ministry' or the parish secretary the 'secretarial ministry'? How about a 'plumbing ministry' or would it be 'toilet ministry'? We always seem to need a 'tree minister' around here. But it so hard to find a theologically sound one. I guess the parish priest is the 'ministry minister'. "I ain't got no home in this world anymore."