This week we’re giving away five copies of a new book: Paul Bradshaw and Max Johnson’s The Eucharistic Liturgies: Their Evolution and Interpretation
Archive for April, 2012
The Vatican says to the sisters, “We appreciate the dialogue, we want to keep it going. But let’s do it as friends, in a very reasoned dialogue. The sisters seem to appreciate the friendship and the invitation to dialogue.” – Cardinal Dolan
The hope of resurrection, and faith in God’s promises, were sustaining notes throughout the celebration.
For some time now, most of the Protestant churches have been saying “for you and for many.”
The two petitions – one on the liturgical translation and one on the nuns – are similar in many ways.
Well, it had to show up here eventually.
Translating the Bible into modern Hebrew causes a controversy in Israel.
Increasingly church ministers lament that they “went into ministry under completely different conditions, with completely different expectations.” Church workers report with ever greater frequency that they strive to be loyal to the church, but this makes them feel “disloyal to their own soul.”
“Welcome, and thank you for worshiping with us today…”