No, We are not going to comment on how the liturgies there are consistently horrible or how the charismatic outlook of the school effects their "orthodoxy." We think this is secondary. The primary point We wish to make regarding this video is regarding liberal education per se. One of the greatest benefits of a liberal education is refinement of taste and an appreciation for that which is true, good, and beautiful. The fact that these college students are reveling in gatherings such as the ones shown above says a lot about the education one receives at Steubenville. A minimal knowledge of theology and philosophy is enough to see the separation of faith and reason in the aforementioned video. A minimal knowledge of music is enough for one to know that what is being played in the video has little to no artistic merit.
If Catholic students are graduating from this university and see these liturgies as representative of their faith, there are much deeper problems that subjective sentiments and childish attachments to emotional music-- somebody is not being educated properly. We could excuse the lack of great scholars and resources to a greater degree if the graduates were at least a little cultured, but it looks like the situation is pretty bad.