Whether as priest, bishop, cardinal, or pope, Joseph Ratzinger is inarguably one of the central figures of 20th- and 21st-century liturgical studies—and Kevin Magas demonstrates why.
COVID isn’t the only bug putting a damper on the candlepower of Easter liturgies: Christopher Carstens offers tips on how to spark beauty and reverence in this year’s Paschal celebration.
Adoremus reprints here Pope Paul VI’s 1966 apostolic constitution on the whys and wherefores of Lent, Paenitemini, to help readers map their route through the deserts and oases of Lent.
Father Anthony Stoeppel brings readers behind the scenes—and screens—of the confessional to see how seminarians prepare for the daunting task of shriving souls in Christ’s name.
And that’s no joke. Rather, it’s part of the inspiration for one of the greatest works on the liturgy, according to Michon Mathiessen: Mystierium Fidei by Jesuit Father Maurice de la Taille.