The “age of confirmation” in the dioceses of the United States at present is 7 to 16. This isn’t a coherent vision.
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Since the publication of Pope Francis’s encyclical “Laudato Si” I have been thinking about how best to spell out this beautiful text for liturgical and devotional practices. Some of this is easily done, since the Pope offers his own examples (especially in the section on “Sacramental Signs and the Celebration of Rest”): pray before meals; […]
Latin symbolizes a model of the church.
A leading voice for reform speaks out on Pope Francis, the Synod of Bishops, curia reform and decentralization, liturgical translation, reverence in the liturgy, and his hope for church renewal.
“Send me good vibrations,” the Pope said.
“Vox Clara must remain because its work is very precious…”
Pope Francis this morning called for a new way of educating and catechizing people in the faith.
“The gift of the Holy Spirit has been bestowed upon the Church and upon each one of us, so that we may live lives of genuine faith and active charity, that we may sow the seeds of reconciliation and peace.”