In Lake Wobegon land, where I teach, ecumenism is largely a Lutheran-Catholic affair, cemented by the shared sacraments of beer and ice-fishing.
Since Sept. 11 the world’s attention, or at least America’s, has been focused on the war on terrorism.
My husband and I are frequently approached after Mass by people who feel compelled to tell us how good our children were in church that day.
The ultimate measure of a choir, cantor or music program is the fervor with which the congregation sings.
Two high-profile projects, the building of the cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles and the renovation of the cathedral of St.