Unmasking the Media’s Mythical Divide Between Popes
Yes, the house is on fire. Yes, liturgy is important. Seriously? Yes.
Does Using Eucharistic Prayer II Really “Save Time”?
These images come to us from Msgr. Guido Marini’s Facebook page, which has more than 100,000 followers.
What? You never heard of the “horse barn” mentality?
In my humble opinion, Pope Francis is spot on.
Many saintly authors recommend a “particular and general examination of conscience,” but seldom explain what is meant by this, apparently because it used to be extremely well known.
The Pope Emeritus “prays, reads, listens to music, dedicates himself to his correspondence, which is a lot, and receives visitors. Every day we walk together in the woods behind the monastery, reciting the rosary.” — Archbishop Ganswein (10/22/13)
I’ve encountered priests who believe their job during the sermon is to talk like Rush Limbaugh, Chris Matthews, or Bill O’Reilly.
Human beings are “geared” toward annual events. Our minds, emotions, and memories simply aren’t programmed to work in 3-year cycles.
It’s bizarre that both conductor and pianist were too lazy to discuss things like tempi beforehand.
Pondering Papal Poetic Preferences
Consecration to the IHM
Teach the Beauty of God’s Ways
Pope Francis is not afraid to open dialogue about difficult subjects. That alone marks enormous change. Perhaps, this kind of dialogue makes some of us uncomfortable. But this opens the possibility of growth.