Tireless evangelist for Latin, pioneering teacher with an eccentric approach – but it reflected a deep understanding of how languages work.Read more
Catholics and Protestants can find much agreement on Real Presence, argues Brett Salkeld – and maybe even about transubstantiation!Read more
Transubstantiation functions as a kind of identity marker, says Brett Salkeld.Read more
Strengths and weaknesses in the present Missal translationRead more
Land acknowledgement is already common in primary Sunday liturgies in Canada.Read more
Fr. Michael Plekon reviews The Congregation in a Secular Age, the third installment of Andrew Root’s series titled Ministry in a Secular Age.Read more
“We stand today on top of the mountain as we celebrate our greatest liturgical feast.”
A theological reflection for Easter day, by Gerard Austin, OP
If the confirmation debate is over, it’s probably only over for now.
Paul Turner responds to Tim Gabrielli.
Having qualified lecturers would be a step away from ideology and division.Read more
Bringing the liturgical reform into the Roman curia is the first major reform of it.Read more
Tweaking the age of Confirmation is not going to solve our issues around disaffiliation.Read more