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Justice and Peace Have Kissed

I am no biblical scholar—but I am sincerely delighted when I hear Scripture in a new way.

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2015 Societas Liturgica Congress

The 2015 biannual Congress of Societas Liturgica was organized around the theme of “Liturgical Formation: traditional task and new challenge.”

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Non solum: Vesting the Choir

We are considering vesting our choirs of boys, girls, men and women…

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Sacraments: Your Video Recommendations

I’d like your help in finding good online videos of the sacraments of initiation as celebrated.

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“Book of the Chair” Pursued by US Bishops

It seems that commonsense is prevailing now.

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Martin Luther Plaza Coming to Rome

I can’t wait to walk through the square and say a prayer for church unity.

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Simone Weil

Simone Weil was born in France to a family of secular Jews. From early childhood she displayed a brilliant mind, a steel will, and an acutely sensitive conscience. After studying philosophy she embarked on a teaching career. But drawn to understand the working class, she took a series of leaves to experience factory work.

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Follow-up on Pope Attending Mass: How New Is This?

And if this is a first, how significant is it?

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Pope Goes to Mass Like Everybody Else

A Mass started at 7am, so Francis decided to stay for it.

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The State of the US Church at Papal Visits – Statistics from CARA

63% of adult Catholics attended Mass at least once a month in 1979, but by 2014 this had declined to 46%.

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