Is God in Quarantine?
Pope St. John Paul II was born 100 years ago this month, May 18, 1920. His influence continues to be felt, even today—especially today—when the COVID-19 pandemic affects every life.
The Individual and the Masses: How the Communion of Saints is a Communion of Persons
How easy it is for so many communicants, when reciting the Apostles’ Creed during Mass, to slide over the phrase “Communion of Saints.” This is a somewhat neglected phrase that is rich in both meaning and application. It warrants more careful attention, being a jewel placed next to many other jewels, but having its own distinctive radiance that should be better appreciated than it usually is.
A Dozen by Every Other Name Still Counts
Alas, the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time will not be celebrated this year. Instead, Sunday, June 24, 2018 will observe…
Music, Poetry, Liturgy and Their Silences
Online Edition: December 2012 Vol. XVIII, No. 9 Music, Poetry, Liturgy — and Their Silences by Donald DeMarco When Mozart…
Online Edition: September 2012 Vol. XVIII, No. 6 Tuning to the Right Frequency by Donald DeMarco According to Ignatius, the…