In our March issue, Kevin Magas showed us Joseph Ratzinger’s contributions to liturgical scholarship; this time around, he presents Ratzinger’s vision for the liturgy’s future.
Give children a chalice, water, and time to think and—voila!—before you know it, they’re connecting liturgy with scripture. So says AB Australian contributor Gerard O’Shea.
Emily Valentine Sottile argues for color’s primary role as the wheel that makes the liturgy go ‘round in all its shades, hues, and contrasts. You’ll never see the liturgy the same way again!
Did you ever wonder how Mass happens outside of Sunday? We did—and so we asked Msgr. Marc Caron to explain the Church’s mind on Masses for Various Needs and Votive Masses.
In a review of Father Daniel Cardό’s new book The Art of Preaching, Father Andrew Hofer finds the perfect user’s guide for priests and other pulpiteers looking to up their homiletics game.