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FaithFaith and Reason
John F. Baldovin
It’s time to rethink “having a Mass said” for someone.
FaithFaith and Reason
Terence Sweeney
There is much to hope for in the U.S. bishops’ project of local and national revitalization. But there cannot be a full-fledged eucharistic revival without a precious blood revival.
Auxiliary Bishop Andrew H. Cozzens of St. Paul and Minneapolis carries the Eucharist in a monstrance during a procession June 19, 2021.
FaithFaith and Reason
Kevin W. Irwin
Taking liberties with the wording of magisterial teachings or the wording of the liturgy is an extremely dangerous and self-serving exercise in terms of the church’s belief.
Arts & CultureBooks
Robert P. Imbelli
Jonathan Ciraulo claims that “Balthasar’s theology as a whole is concerned, one could say consumed, with making the Eucharist the linchpin for all speculative dogmatics.” It is worth considering the ramifications of this view in four crucial areas of theology: Christology, theological anthropology, Trinitarian theology and eschatology.
hands hold a broken eucharist host
FaithFaith and Reason
Bill McCormick, S.J.
The Eucharist as the sacrament of unity constitutes the church not as just another social body, but as mystical and universal in its orientation toward the kingdom of God.
a map of the united states showing the four routes of the pilgrimage for the national eucharistic pilgrimage for 2024
Maria Wiering - OSV News
The 2024 National Eucharistic Pilgrimage goes across the country to converge in Indianapolis before the Eucharistic Congress opens in July 2024.