As we await vaccines and a resurging economy and less political chaos and more social harmony, we too recognized that we will be changed when we emerge from the medical and even moral morass of this pandemic exile.
Yesterday Pope Francis released a Message for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. In this message he stresses the
It is our acting and working together in our liturgical prayer that ought to be mirrored in our acting and working together for justice.
. . . and the stars will be falling from heaven. MARK 13:25 Apocalyptic stars make a grand appearance
The Zaire Rite should absolutely be considered a prophetic model for liturgical inculturation. It is perhaps one of the best liturgical gifts given to the Church after Vatican II.
Rory Cooney reflects on the Gospel Reading for the Second Sunday of Advent.
We like to remember that God is everywhere. In a time of pandemic, when so many have been cut off from the fullness of access to holy ritual space, we want to offer the comfort of remembering God’s transcendence.
The US observance of Thanksgiving Day is just past, and its frequent juxtaposition with the beginning of Advent (and to