Father Cassian Folsom, OSB
The Fellowship of the Liturgy: Each for All and All for Christ
A Catholic can frame worship as a personal love for Jesus, but Benedictine Father Cassian Folsom shows how Romano Guardini’s The Spirit of the Liturgy sees a bigger picture.
Bene et Firmiter — Well and Permanently:
A Short History of Reservation of the Eucharist
Father Cassian has been a consulter to the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments since 2010, and is the author of numerous studies on Roman Catholic liturgy. This article, originally published in Sacred Architecture Journal December 2012 Volume 22, appears in AB with the author’s kind permission.
Sacred Signs and Active Participation at Mass
Father Cassian Folsom is a Benedictine monk who is Vice-rector of Sant Anselmo and Pro-President of the Pontifical Liturgical Institute…
From One Eucharistic Prayer to Many:
How it Happened and Why
The history of the multiplication of alternatives to the Roman Canon — now known as Eucharistic Prayer I — in the years following Vatican II takes on new significance in the present massive revision of the Roman Missal. This illuminating account will be presented in three parts.