For better or worse, Mass was mostly televised during the saddest days of COVID time—and John Grondeslski gives the play-by-play with all the good, bad, and ugly these broadcasts entailed.
Carmina Chapp finds in the founder of the Catholic Worker Movement, Dorothy Day, a model for holiness who built her mission to the poorest of the poor on the rich foundation of the sacred liturgy.
In this first of three essays on the Trinity’s work in the liturgy, each commemorating the 60th anniversary of Sacrosanctum Concilium, Michael Brummond examines the central role that God the Father plays.
Baldacchino, Tester, Ciborium—if these words don’t quite make it under your umbrella of familiar words, don’t worry—Michael Bursch’s look at the importance of altar canopies has got it covered.
In a review of Father Ralph Weimann’s Sacramentals: Their Meaning & Spiritual Use, Roland Millare shows why these sacred actions should retain their place as sources of grace in the life of the Church.