“We all know in our communities, in our parishes, in our neighborhoods how much hurt they do the church, and give scandal, those persons that call themselves ‘Very Catholic,'” the pontiff said Sunday.
Archive for August, 2015
As we approach the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation this Tuesday, I hope all readers will join in its observance, in one way or another. Yes, this is obviously a day of prayer as its name emphasizes. At the same time, this is also a day for committed action, as Pope […]
To know for sure whether there is a “Francis Effect,” we would have to know something we never will – namely, what the numbers would like like if Francis were not pope.
The course is designed to introduce students to fundamentals and provide an environment for thinking about liturgy as theology. Many students register for this course with no background in Christianity, and among the Christians in the course, we usually have a mixture of backgrounds.
I am no biblical scholar—but I am sincerely delighted when I hear Scripture in a new way.
The 2015 biannual Congress of Societas Liturgica was organized around the theme of “Liturgical Formation: traditional task and new challenge.”
We are considering vesting our choirs of boys, girls, men and women…
I’d like your help in finding good online videos of the sacraments of initiation as celebrated.
It seems that commonsense is prevailing now.
I can’t wait to walk through the square and say a prayer for church unity.