“One of the very few areas where I agree with the Lefebvrists is their assertion that Pope Benedict’s ‘hermeneutic of continuity’ fails to make logical sense.” — Jonathan DayRead more
It is necessary carefully to choose language that helps rather than hinders and to be patient for the right time in which to make pertinent comment. Raising the temperature by intemperate words helps no one. In the present circumstance it will only serve to impede our experience of eucharistic praying.Read more
The ordinariate is for Episcopalians/Anglicans in the U.S. coming into the Roman Catholic Church.Read more
Following the chronology of today’s gospel [Luke 2:15-21] some Christians will keep today either as the feast of the Holy Name of Jesus, or as the feast of the Circumcision of Jesus, or as a feast in honor of Mary, under the title Dei Genetrix, Mētēr Theou, Mother of God incarnate.
For Episcopalians, New Year’s Day is the Feast of the Holy Name.Read more
In the proposed calendar, each date would always fall on the same day of the week.Read more