Liturgical hopefulness does not look for some other world to which we can “fly away” as this one burnsRead more
Some thoughts about the introit Populus Sion on the 2nd Sunday of Advent.Read more
How often do we and our assemblies view gathering as a mere sociological happening? Or perhaps as a mere prelude to worship? How often do we reflect on our gathering as playing a role in a / the eschatological drama?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
Save the date: Christ will return May 21, 2011.Read more
Is eschatology about the future or the present? Is liturgy an escape from the world or entrance into a new world?Read more