Number tiles await placement on the hymnal board. (iStock/linephoto)
John Zupez, S.J. May 08, 2019
A supposed need for variety imposes more and more hymns on congregants, but the cost of novelty can be the full, active participation of those in the pews.
Emil A. Wcela May 08, 2019
What do Catholics think about the translation of the Mass we are now using?
Nathan Schneider April 22, 2019
Welcome! Christ is risen.
G. B. Harrison April 05, 2019
From 1969: The difficulties encountered by those who worked long and hard to give us a truly contemporary prayer language in English are here set forth by one who participated in the mammoth task.
Gerard O’Connell March 31, 2019
Among those attending the Mass was Brother Jean-Pierre Schumacher, O.C.S.O, the last monk survivor from the monastery of Tibhirine in Algeria.
Patrick Gilger, S.J. February 22, 2019
In 'The Dangers of Christian Practice,' Lauren Winner shows that even our holiest religious practices create characteristic distortions.