Paul Inwood’s article provides an excellent overview of the changes made in the Revised Grail Psalter.
Near the end of Neil Patrick Harris’s 2015 Oscars’ opening number, he aims to answer the question with which he opened the performance: why do we care so much about films when we know that their stories are carefully planned and presented representations of reality, but nonetheless, representations.
Building on the Word is “a resource for scripture, culture and faith” run by Fr. George M. Smiga with the intention of furthering the New Evangelization.
Pray Tell is starting a new series called “This Issue of,” which will provide abstracts from the new issues of important academic journals related to the field of liturgy. In starting this initiative, Pray Tell has three goals in mind: 1) to house in one location the most recent journal articles related to liturgy, 2) […]
The occasion will also be celebrated by a Congress on Pastoral Liturgy organized by the Vicariate of Rome, the Opera Don Orione and the Pontifical Liturgical Institute of Rome, to open today at the Teatro Orione, adjacent to the All Saints parish.
For readers whose assumptions and understandings of the development of the papacy are largely formed by the long-lived residue of Whig historiography – in my experience, that includes the vast majority of American (very much including American Catholic) people – Peter Heather’s work represents a relatively accessible and interesting door to perspectives opened by newer generations of scholarship.
This one-hour documentary explores the dramatic shift in sacred music beginning in the 1960′s when major religions attempted to reach out to engage congregations. Minnesota is home to a significant number of highly accomplished songwriters and musicians who have helped bring new music to many faiths.
If Protestant evangelization is word-centered, Catholic evangelization is sacrament-centered. Catholic evangelization is properly guided by the affirmation of Vatican II that the Church has the character of a “sacrament,” a “sign and instrument” of God’s saving activity in the world.
Pray Tell is introducing a new series titled: Ars Praedicandi – the art of preaching.