Liturgy

Faith Ideas
Colleen DulleOctober 12, 2017
Love it or hate it, most Catholics could probably sing “Here I Am, Lord” from memory. But do they know where the song came from?
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Faith Your Take
Our readersSeptember 21, 2017
"We have a priest who makes everyone feel welcome, says Mass with great reverence and gives meaningful homilies"
Pope Francis, seen here at St. Peter's Square in the Vatican on June 28, has announced two significant reforms in recent weeks by releasing statements motu proprio. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
Faith Explainer
Michael J. O’LoughlinSeptember 21, 2017
When a pope issues a document “motu proprio,” it means he does so by his own motivation, and it can mean a significant change to church law.
Traditional Latin Mass being celebrated. (Wikipedia Commons) 
Faith News
Pope Francis' absence was widely noted as tensions over the liturgy continue within the Church.
Faith Faith in Focus
Timothy KirchoffSeptember 13, 2017
The experience of being surrounded by the saints at the Latin Mass was one of the most profound spiritual experiences of my teenage years.
Faith Ideas
Massimo FaggioliSeptember 12, 2017
"Magnum Principium," the new apostolic letter released motu proprio by Pope Francis, is returning authority to regional bishops' conferences in matters of liturgical translation. But why and how?