Cardinal Robert Sarah
The Spirit of The Spirit of the Liturgy
Romano Guardini taught the world to pray—and to keep it from going out of style, Cardinal Robert Sarah celebrates Ignatius Press’s 40th anniversary by introducing a new edition of Spirit of the Liturgy.
Cardinal Sarah: One Holy Catholic Liturgy—One Holy Catholic Church
Editor’s note: This excerpt is taken from Cardinal Robert Sarah’s Address to the Colloquium “The Source of the Future” (“Quelle…
What is Silence?
Silence is not an idea; it is the path that enables human beings to go to God. God is silence, and this divine silence dwells within a human being. By living with the silent God, and in Him, we ourselves become silent. Nothing will more readily make us discover God than this silence inscribed at the heart of our being. I am not afraid to state that to be a child of God is to be a child of silence.
Towards an Authentic Implementation of Sacrosanctum Concilium
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium, the Holy Father, Pope Francis, observed that the marking of fifty years since the promulgation of the Constitution should push us “to revive the commitment to accept and implement [the] teaching [of Sacrosanctum Concilium] in an ever fuller way.”
The Silent Action of the Heart
Fifty years after its promulgation by Pope Paul VI, will the Second Vatican Council’s Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy finally be read? Sacrosanctum Concilium is not in fact a simple catalogue of “recipes” for reform, but a true and proper Magna Carta for all liturgical action.