Recently a Danish film was shown in theaters around the country called "Babette's Feast." The setting of the film is a small village in a remote section of Denmark where the people belong to a strict religious sect. Their life, their food, and their religious practice reflect the austerity of the surrounding land. The leader and founder of the sect is a widower with two daughters, both of whom are attractive and gifted. The story is about their lives and the life of the little community.
Oosdyke, Mary Kay O.P., "Liturgy and Culture: Overcoming the Tensions" (1989). Institute of Liturgical Studies Occasional Papers. Paper 47.