Many a pope has made a lasting mark on the Church—and Father Uwe Michael Lang maintains that the late Pope Benedict has made his in deepening our understanding of and love for the liturgy.
What do you do during Adoration anyway? According to Father Justin Kizewski, a lot. But most importantly, you gaze at Jesus and he gazes back, helping you to deepen your Eucharistic love.
In fact, since Sunday is greater than any other day of the week, John Grondelski says Saturday Night Sunday Mass may be doing more harm than good in efforts to keep holy the Sabbath Day.
Genesis or Exodus? Well, both, says Matthew Tsakanikas, who sees Moses packing the Creation story with liturgical wisdom he picked up on the road from Egypt to the Promised Land.
Liturgy starts where we hope to finish—in eternity, and, according to Dominican Father Paul Keller, Roland Millare’s new book A Living Sacrifice explains in full detail, how and why.
Baptism removes sin, joins us to the Church, and enables us to be men and women fully alive. What do you know about this great gift of grace you have been given?