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Over 1,000 Attend Washington, D.C. Eucharistic Procession Despite Rain

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Pentecost: A Fire That Burns, But Does Not Consume

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New lectionary will be ready by Advent in England and Wales

Many are familiar with how the translation of the Roman Missal swept across the English-speaking world in 2011. That translation was in response to new guidelines that were written in 2001 from the Congregation for Divine Worship. Now the English-speaking world will begin to experience a similar, but not as noticeable, change in a new Read More…

New lectionary will be ready by Advent in England and Wales

How drawing two circles can make you more productive

“I don’t have the energy for this right now,” is a phrase I’ve been told often, usually while I’m mid-rant about some unimportant topic I’m taking way too seriously. Judging by how frequently I’ve heard that phrase, it’s either a polite way of saying that my personality is exhausting (!) or it’s a caution that Read More…

How drawing two circles can make you more productive

Powerful and gentle: Pope’s homily on how the Holy Spirit works (full text)

Pope Francis celebrated Mass in St. Peter’s on this feast of Pentecost. Here is a Vatican translation of his homily: ~ The account of Pentecost (cf. Acts 2:1-11) shows us two areas of the Holy Spirit’s working in the Church: in us and in mission, with two characteristics: power and gentleness. The Spirit’s work in us is powerful, as symbolized by the signs Read More…

Powerful and gentle: Pope’s homily on how the Holy Spirit works (full text)

How to celebrate Mary, Mother of the Church on a Monday

In 2018, Pope Francis instituted a new memorial that he wanted the entire Church to celebrate on Pentecost Monday. According to the official decree, the celebration was established to “help us to remember that growth in the Christian life must be anchored to the Mystery of the Cross, to the oblation of Christ in the Read More…

How to celebrate Mary, Mother of the Church on a Monday

Pope uses “equipollent beatification” to recognize 12th-century founder

With a Motu proprio called Fide Incensus, published on May 18, 2024, and bearing a signature of the same day from St. John Lateran (though Pope Francis was on a pastoral visit to Verona), the Argentine Pontiff grants an “equipollent beatification” of the 12th-century French religious Guy of Montpellier. With the “equipollent” canonization or beatification Read More…

Pope uses “equipollent beatification” to recognize 12th-century founder

Bishop Barron, Father Schmitz Help Light ‘Eucharistic Fire’ at Minnesota Congress

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‘St. John Paul II and Jérôme Lejeune: Two Lives at the Service of Life’

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Eucharistic Congress Marks ‘New Dawn’ In Minnesota Diocese Once Bruised By Scandal

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