Liturgy

Bill Cain March 20, 2020
A life in the Society of Jesus.
Brian P. Flanagan March 17, 2020
In this time in which we are not able to encounter Christ in the assembly or the Eucharist, we always have the opportunity to encounter Christ in the vulnerable.
Cardinal Angelo Comastri, archpriest of St. Peter’s Basilica, leads a Marian prayer service in the basilica at the Vatican on March 11. In attendance were some Vatican employees seated one meter apart as a precaution against the coronavirus. (CNS photo/Vatican Media) 
Sam Sawyer, S.J. March 15, 2020
The Mass has power whether we are able to be there in person or not, writes Sam Sawyer, S.J., reflecting on a Sunday when circumstances mean that many are participating in liturgy via modern technology.
Emily Kahm January 21, 2020
The challenges of attending church with a curious toddler are well known enough to be cliché, but like any set of new parents, they are new to us.
Samuel Smith January 13, 2020
I know how difficult going to Mass can be. But I also know I feel worse when I stay home.
Terrance Klein January 08, 2020
We are not angels. We cannot be spiritual without being religious. Why? Because we cannot be human without rituals.