Joshua Revelle revisits the account of the disciples meeting Jesus on the Emmaus road—it turns out the story marks the first Eucharistic revival. And now, according to Revelle, it’s our turn.
In this reprint of Father Jean Corbon’s The Wellspring of Worship (Ignatius Press), the late liturgy scholar explains the Ascension as a new beginning for Christ’s redemptive work.
The music and words that thread the collect of the Mass, says musicologist Jennifer Donelson-Nowicka, are part of the majestic liturgical wardrobe the Church wants us to wear.
The heart of the liturgy is always personal. Roland Millare explains exactly how personal by showing that in selflessly glorifying God in the Eucharist, we will find ourselves glorified.
Altar relics were left behind as part of the liturgy for a reason, writes Paul Senz: each serves the faithful as a living history lesson and a pilgrim guide to salvation all in one.
In Jessica Navin’s review of Cardinal Robert Sarah’s Catechism of the Spiritual Life, the first rule for fully living a life in Christ, says the Cardinal, is to fully live a life in the sacraments.