“Only when we have resolved that problem of clericalism, we can start to speak about women’s ordination. I think first we have to find the new figure of a priest as a pastor. And then we can say, what’s the role of a woman in such a context? And this looks maybe different than we are expecting.”Read more
Bernadette has a long and ongoing association with Liturgical Press.Read more
Comments concerning this collect are taken from Anscar Chupungco’s new book: The Prayers of the the New Missal: A Homiletic and Catechetical Companion.Read more
The topic this year was the future of liturgical studies and the mission of CAL.Read more
At the recent Collegeville Conference on Music, Liturgy, and the Arts, Michael Silhavy (now at GIA Publications) gave a plenum presentation on Mass settings with the revised Missal translation. This post is based on his remarks and the participants’ comments.Read more
Read Chapter 1 of Thomas Rausch, SJ’s new book Eschatology, Liturgy, and Christology: Toward Recovering an Eschatological Imagination.
Stay tuned for future giveaways from Liturgical Press and Pray Tell.
Inspired by our successful drawing last week, we’re giving away five copies of another great new book this week: Eschatology, Liturgy, and Christology: Toward Recovering an Eschatological Imagination, by Thomas P. Rausch, SJ.Read more
This week we’re giving away five copies of a new book: Paul Bradshaw and Max Johnson’s The Eucharistic Liturgies: Their Evolution and InterpretationRead more
Charles Rohrbacher, a deacon and iconographer from Alaska, was preparing to sing the exsultet at an Easter Vigil four years ago, when he looked down at his photocopied text and thought to himself “We can do better than this.”Read more
“I warmed to the practical, pastoral tone I read as early as the second page of text: ‘A fully sung liturgy is a praiseworthy ideal, but its implementation calls for prudence and pastoral sensitivity. The chants of the liturgy are sung when it is possible in a given pastoral situation, when the participants are blessed with the resources to do so well, and when it is judged that this will truly glorify God and sanctify the worshippers.’” – John AinslieRead more