Inside This Issue
It’s All About God
God made us, sustains us, and gives us every good blessing (and a few trials to keep us honest). Denis McNamara explains why worship is first and foremost the least and best we can do in return.
I in the Hurricane
What strange creatures humans are—happy when we should be sad, sad when we should be happy—and yet, as Christopher Carstens notes, the calm at the center of the tumultuous self should be, now and always, Jesus.
Diary of a City Pastor
Father Nick Blaha is pastor of a trio of parishes in inner-city Kansas City, KS—and he’s written a day-by-day account of his singular—but not so lonely—Holy Week and Easter.
Adoremus asked a simple question: “How did you and your family experience the Triduum and Easter celebrations this year, during the pandemic? And we received extraordinary answers .
Serves Them Right!
In a new book by Bishop Peter J. Elliot (retired auxiliary of Melbourne, Australia), Monsignor Marc Caron finds an accessible handbook for altar boys and others serving at the altar.