“Fr. Virgil’s contribution was not as an economist, not as a union organizer, not as someone who ran a hospitality house or a farm cooperative. Rather, his calling was to deepen the spiritual basis of all of these things, through the Liturgy.”
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Would It Help the Poor if Argentinians Stayed Home From the Pope’s Inauguration? An Economist Responds.
by Barry Hudock
“Virgil Michel OSB insisted that it’s the liturgy that forms in us the qualities we need to recognize what a just society would look like and to live and work in a way that makes our society more just.”
Um. . . what’s a fanon, you say?
August 26, 2013, is Women’s Equality Day. Will homilists employ this fact in preaching on Ephesians 5:21–33 in the context of Joshua 24 and John 6:60–69? Send to Kindle:
By Fr. Ronald Raab, CSC
“Many people have disappeared from our community since the new translation began. [But] our community of urban poverty realizes that the real translation of the Mass comes when the Mass is over. ‘Go in peace, glorifying the Lord by your life.’ This is the mission of the Eucharist, the translation that we will continue to pray and witness here in our parish for years to come.”
I would love for someone to reflect on liturgy as political ideology
Tags: Fortnight for Freedom
“I realize that there is no accounting for taste, and that beauty is a fairly subjective topic. However, I believe that Gregorian Chant is the among the most beautiful music in the world…It may never become your favorite music, but it is unlikely you will be oblivious to its beauty.” — Adam Wood