Daniel P. Horan January 10, 2018
It isn’t too late to reclaim liturgical language that is more prayerful, understandable and theologically sound.
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Colleen Dulle December 28, 2017
Composer Jan Michael Joncas kept the song under wraps for years.
Worshippers recite the Lord's Prayer during Mass at Corpus Christi Church in Mineola, N.Y., on Oct. 13. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz, Long Island Catholic)
Kevin Clarke December 15, 2017
Making ancient Scripture sensible in contemporary languages will always prove a hazard-heavy challenge.
The Editors December 15, 2017
Merry Christmas, listeners!
Pope Francis greets a girl during a March 12 visit at the Rome parish of St. Magdalene of Canossa. (CNS photo/Angelo Carconi, EPA)
Sean Salai, S.J. December 05, 2017
Matthew Halbach talks about his vision for “total parish evangelization.”
Tridentine High Mass at Saint-Laurent Chapel, in the Strasbourg Cathedral Notre Dame, for Sainte Jeanne d'Arc. (Wikimedia Commons)
Patrick J. Nugent November 28, 2017
“I’ve joked with friends: I’ll come back to the church when it restores the old Mass—celebrated by women priests.”