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March 2024

Inside This Issue

A Mystery Come to Light

Father Daniel Eusterman sleuths out the central mystery of the liturgy: the paschal character of Christ’s salvific action—his suffering, death, and resurrection—timed perfectly to eternity.

 

Prepositional Proposition

“What’s in a word?” Plenty, according to Michael Brummond, especially when that word is communicating how, through the Word, the Trinity accomplishes the work of the liturgy.

 

Watts with Candlepower?

Neither lightbulb nor searchlight, says Father Michael Rennier, can hold a candle to the humble power of wax and wick that burn as a steady reminder of how Christ shed darkness forever.

 

A Big Tent Revival

For Roland Millare, the National Eucharistic Revival has the right focus—but there’s still plenty of room for all the sacraments. Call it a “Come one, Come-all, Come-to-Jesus Moment!”

 

Right Rites Done Right

In a review of Msgr. Marc Caron’s Ceremonial for Priests, John Grondelski sees the perfect book for showing priests how to keep the ars in the celebrandi of the liturgy.

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