Here is the National Catholic Youth Choir singing “Doxology” by Kevin Vogt.
Archive for May, 2010
Let me end by quoting from the well-loved Athanasian Creed; so beloved in church lore that it’s relegated to page 846 of the Book of Common Prayer.
Capitalism, indeed, was invented in monasteries in the 9th, 10th and 11th centuries.
A spiritually fruitful attitude toward various proposed explanations of the Real Presence, including contemporary ones, would be to draw inspiration from them all, though they are all inadequate.
To claim that transubstantiation itself is conceptually independent of Greek philosophy seems both false and misguided, as if somehow the term transubstantiation were what is sacred and not Christ’s presence in the Eucharist.
In the era following World War II, traditionalists and modernists attended the same churches. Today, we are more likely to shop for churches…
The 25th annual Monastic Institute at Saint John’s is June 27 – July 1. This year’s theme is “Benedictine Spirituality.”
That’s the Latin translation of “Ordinary Time.” (Except translation generally goes in the other direction.)