Eternal Prayer in an Age of Technique: A Catholic Proposal for A Liturgical Apologetics
Air travelers are aware of a temptation endemic to the act of frequent flying. We grow used to the marvel…
“Breathing Together”—Modern Technology in Harmony with Traditional Music: An Interview with Matthew Curtis
Adam Bartlett speaks with choral musician Matthew Curtis about how his venture Choral Tracks helps train the faithful in ancient music with the engine of modern technology.
The Light Shines in the Darkness: The New St. Paul University Catholic Center in Madison, Wisconsin
Amid the darkness of secular life at University of Wisconsin, Randall L. Milbrath and Matthew Alderman shine a light on the new St. Paul’s University Catholic Center.
Has the Liturgical Movement Turned Itself Around?
An Austrian pastor following World War I until his death in 1954, Father Parsch opened the treasures of the liturgy and the Bible to his people.
The Liturgical Movement to God
Editor’s note: The following excerpt is taken from Cardinal Robert Sarah’s book-length interview God or Nothing (Ignatius Press, 2015), pages…
A Play on Words: The Intersection of Poetry and Liturgy in the Works of Les Murray
Looking at the well-versed genius of the late Australian poet Les Murray, Joseph O’Brien reads the life and works of this Catholic poet between the lines of the liturgy.
Holiness and the Sacramental Life: A Guidebook for Our Return to God
Holiness and Living the Sacramental Life by Father Philip-Michael Tangorra. Emmaus Road Publishing, 2017. 242 pp. ISBN: 978-1947792258. $29.95 Hardcover;…
Q: Is it necessary for the faithful to receive the final blessing to fulfill the Sunday Mass obligation?
A: The “Sunday obligation” is found in the Code of Canon Law, where it states, “On Sundays and other holy…
Holy See Confirms Order of Baptism of Children, Second Edition
From the May 2019 Bishops’ Committee on Divine Worship Newsletter The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the…
Society for Catholic Liturgy 2019 Conference: September 26-28
Say to someone, “The family that prays together…,” and likely that person will be able to finish the adage without…