I expect you’ll have comments on some of the English translations – and not only that.
There is an interestingly post on the Rorate Caeli blog, suggesting that people might like to attend the Holy Week liturgies by logging in their computers and participating in the liturgies on-line, rather than actually going to their local parishes.
Millions of Orthodox and Greco-Catholic Christians throughout the world are currently participating in the liturgical journey of Holy Week in preparation for Pascha this Sunday, April 20, along with Western Christians.
The Via Dolorosa commemorates Christ’s journey to the Cross.
Is it the long-awaited progressive backlash?
The 12 who will have their feet washed by Pope Francis include …
Vatican website translation: 73. “Extreme unction,” which may also and more fittingly be called “anointing of the sick,” is not a sacrament for those only who are at the point of death. Hence, as soon as any one of the faithful begins to be in danger of death from sickness or old age, the fitting […]
The Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu lies just south of the walls of the Old City.
The creator is devout Catholic Timothy Schmalz. He says he understands that Jesus the Homeless is provocative. “That’s essentially what the sculpture is there to do,” he says. “It’s meant to challenge people.”
“Only when we have resolved that problem of clericalism, we can start to speak about women’s ordination. I think first we have to find the new figure of a priest as a pastor. And then we can say, what’s the role of a woman in such a context? And this looks maybe different than we are expecting.”