Priests say that all the time when it comes to confession. However, as Michael Brummond explains, in the revised Order of Penance, priests and penitents alike will be hearing something new.
Father Dylan Schrader puts succinct words to music, explaining why knowing—and using—the proper terms for what we sing at Mass are crucial to understanding the power of the Mass.
In this reprint from Pope Benedict XVI’s book The Spirit of the Liturgy, the late pontiff explains why praying ad orientem is the way to go for a wholly liturgical encounter with Jesus.
The second of Matthew Tsakanikas’s two-part essay returns us to the old Eden to find our way to the new Eden and further liturgical insights into how Exodus informs Genesis.
According to Peter Martin’s review of Mary Stanford’s new book, The Obedience Paradox, obedience is key to understanding how married life blossoms only when one dies to one’s self.