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Women Deacons Online Seminar

With Gary Macy, William T. Ditewig, and Phyllis Zagano.


The Vatican Has Released the Program for the Canonization of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II

On Sunday, April 27th, Popes John XXIII and John Paul II will be canonized, and the Vatican has just posted the program for the grand event. There’s lots to chew on here for those of a liturgical bent . . .


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Breakouts at CCMLA 2014

Hone your musical and liturgical skills at the breakouts of the Collegeville Conference on Music, Liturgy, and the Arts! June 16-19, 2014 in Collegeville.


David Haas Receives Emmaus Award from NPCD

David Haas has received the Emmaus Award for Excellence in Catechesis from the National Association of Parish Catechetical Directors.


The Pope’s Phone Call to the Woman in the Irregular Marriage

“There are priests who are more papist than the pope.” – Pope Francis


Viewpoint: Poverty, Chastity, and Obedience are for Everyone

Usually, when we think of poverty, chastity, and obedience–the evangelical counsels–we think of priests, monks, and nuns. But, the Catechism of the Catholic Church states pointedly: “Christ proposes the evangelical counsels, in their great variety, to every disciple” (no. 915). – M. Francis Mannion


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Non Solum: Joy At Communion? With a Smile?

Should I continue to express my joy at this Holy Encounter? Or does my joy create a disturbance for others?


New English translation of the Exsultet – Yeah or Nay?

For what it’s worth, I rather like it.


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Worship editor receives ARCCC award

Bernadette Gasslein, interim editor of Worship magazine of Saint John’s abbey, is being honored with the ARCCC award of the Association of Roman Catholic Communicators of Canada.


Voices from the Past: “Tridentine Mass Permission Criticized”

In October 1984, Origins published an article titled: “Tridentine Mass Permission Criticized.” The article reproduces the resolutions put forward by the Congress of Presidents and Secretaries of National Liturgical Commissions held on Oct 23-28, 1984 at the Vatican. The Congress strongly criticized the Congregation for Divine Worship for extending its permission for the limited usage of the “Tridentine Mass.”


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CARA Study: Majority of U.S. Clergy Dislike the New Roman Missal

According to a landmark national study released today, Catholic clergy and lay parish leaders in the United Stated do not like the new Roman Missal which was introduced in November 2011



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