Kimbrough and McIntyre have created a fine book for study groups willing to engage with new music.Read more
My real point is that to justify ourselves by comparing our ideals with other traditions’ realities is and always has been a logical and rhetorical fallacy. Ideals always win out. But such wins get us nowhere.Read more
Yikes. Someone, no doubt well-intentioned, got the idea to create a holy water font that pretty much wrecks the idea of recalling one’s baptism withRead more
Melinda Quivik reviews Table and Temple: The Christian Eucharist and Its Jewish Roots.Read more
I am often amazed at how rarely academics have a chance (or take the opportunity) to listen to their colleagues speak about their own work,Read more
David Stosur reviews Thomas O’Loughlin, Eating Together, Becoming One.Read more
If the confirmation debate is over, it’s probably only over for now.
Paul Turner responds to Tim Gabrielli.
Tweaking the age of Confirmation is not going to solve our issues around disaffiliation.Read more
If we sometimes wonder why people find mass boring, perhaps the answer has something to do with how well our liturgical space and action evoke a natural sense of worship and true adoration of God.Read more
Does it make sense that newly ordained priests give their first blessing at the end of the ordination liturgy?Read more