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Brazilian Bishops Establish Commission on Married Priesthood

It is under the leadership of Bishop Kräutler and Cardinal Hummes.

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Acolyte Reflects on Chicago Installation

“Women serving on the altar is not something you see every day – and certainly not at the installation of an Archbishop!”

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Pope Francis on the End of Time

All of us?

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Celebration facing the people: a centuries-old practice

After the Council, detailed directions for the celebration of the revised form of Mass were drawn up, including an instruction that the priest should celebrate Mass facing the people, in accordance with the rites of the Church.

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Liturgy in Collegeville: From the Archives – Part XXIX

Father Suitbert stressed the need for liberty and autonomy in matters such as this, and was forceful in emphasizing the need for the U.S. to show Rome that hers is a mature church, not a mission land.

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What to Make of Cardinal Sarah as CDW Prefect?

Pray Tell offers three views – from Rita Ferrone, Anthony Ruff OSB, and Paul Inwood.

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Cardinal Sarah is new CDW prefect

Today’s Bollettino has the announcement.

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Turning Eastward in Lincoln NE

During the Sundays of Advent, the priests in the Cathedral of the Risen Christ in Lincoln, Nebraska will celebrate the Mass ad orientem, facing the altar and crucifix. The bishop will celebrate midnight Mass on Christmas ad orientem as well. This may take place in other parishes across the Diocese of Lincoln as well.

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Canonization and Christ the King with Pope Francis

The canonization rite of Paul VI has been restored, replacing the mostly preconciliar rite Pope Benedict had brought back.

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Viewpoint: Christ the King Celebrates the Ultimate Security of the World

As we end the liturgical year, we are invited to consider the truth that though kings and empires, republics and presidents, dictators and tyrannies come and go, the reign of Christ, the Son of God is eternal, everlasting, without end.

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