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Archive for category Church Reform

Liturgy as Evangelization

If liturgy isn’t for the unchurched at some level, then whom are we evangelizing?

Francis Effect

Pope Francis’s example and change to the rubrics of the Holy Thursday liturgy is having an effect in India.

Notes on the Committee to Revise Liturgiam Authenticam

The task, the people, and the limitations to what we can expect.

Bishop of Feldkirch, Austria, on Discussing Married Priests

“One can, and indeed should, discuss all things.”

Will Pope Francis Pull It Off?

A conversation with Rocco D’Ambrosio about his book on the challenge of church reform under Pope Francs

Trouble in Charlotte

What would you do, if faced with a similar situation?

The Lord often reveals to the younger what is best

I have this set of juice glasses in my house. I have been putting them away in the cabinet a few times a week for three years.

I have a 10 year old boy in my house, too…

Leonardo Boff Interview: “Pope Francis is One of Us”

Pope Francis told Boff not to send the requested materials for Laudato Si’ directly to him, because Vatican underlings would grab it and it wouldn’t get to him.

Pope Francis: “The Curia Is in Need of Reform”

“I have a thousand problems with ceremonial protocol, but I must respect it. Do you know the difference between terrorism and ceremonial protocol?

Deacons, Women and the Call to Serve | Segment 1: History of the Diaconate

Segment 1: The Diaconate—History and Present Practice
What are deacons? How has this ministry changed through the centuries? Are deacons well-accepted in parishes today?