Inside This Issue
Man does not live by bread alone, but our senses rely on the physical world to grasp through “haptic” experience the invisible realities of the liturgy, says Father Eusebius Martis.
Amid these dying days of autumn, Lynne Boughton sheds some light on the cosmic implications for how the Church establishes the date(s) for Easter—and why it matters in season and out.
Michael Brummond takes a deep dive into the new version of the Order of Baptism for Children, which excises the word “welcome” but is itself far from being an unwelcoming translation.
In The Mystery of Marriage, reviewed by Richard Budd, author Perry Cahall incorporates John Paul II’s Theology of the Body into the Church’s traditional body of teaching on marriage.