“Do not forget this: the liturgy is the first ‘teacher’ of catechism.” — Pope Francis
Today marks the feast of Mother Katharine Drexel, whom the Holy Father challenged to become a missionary.
Invoking Mater Ecclesiae in a new annual feast
Seven Observations on Liturgical Translation and the Recent Motu Proprio
How will the “confirmatio” and “regonitio” processes unfold in light of “Magnum principium”?
Essays from Msgr. Guido Marini
A Reflection on the National Parks, Sacred Architecture, and “Laudato Si”
Relevant Reflections from “Sacramentum Caritatis.”
Highlights from Cardinal Sarah’s Lecture at Sacra Liturgia UK 2016
Remarks during the Ad Limina Visit of the German Bishops
Monsignor Marini’s Final Encouragement to Papal Mass Servers
A Behind-the-Scenes Look
We are so proud of our own Fr. David Friel.
A friend kindly sent me these photos…
Only the blind can avoid facing this reality: the biggest liturgical crisis is in Rome.
Cardinal Sarah reveals the instructions he received from Pope Francis upon his appointment as Prefect of the CDW.
Baptism & Confirmation “go together like Easter and Pentecost.”
The Next Big Thing Is Here
If the priest is “excessively” focused on the rubrics “…I do not enter into the mystery” “…if I am a showman, the protagonist” of the Mass, “then I do not enter into the mystery” either.
Driving Out the Unclean Spirits in Our Midst
“The faith of many was quite infantile, I would say.” —Paul Inwood, talking about preconciliar Catholics
Hymn for the World Meeting of Families 2015
Is it appropriate for a pope to let kids dance around him in such a crazy fashion?
Tell People What They Need to Hear
The catastrophic scandals in our Church, especially those perpetrated by members of the hierarchy, are an opportunity for us to place all of our trust in God.