- My three year old son is a regular Mass-goer. Aware of his very short attention span, we make sure to sit in the front each and every Sunday. He loves when there is singing, especially chant. He loves elaborate processions. He loves ince...
- What is Vespers? Why should we pray it? Carolyn Pirtle invites you to rediscover this ancient form of prayer and join us for Vespers on September 21 at 5:15pm in Geddes Hall.
- Recent statistics of Mass attendance indicate a need to renew the proclamation of the Good News as an antidote to today's secular, individualistic culture.
- Can reading a novel really help a person grow in faith? Mary Ann Wilson answers yes, arguing that literature can play a key role in adult faith formation.
- Timothy P. O'Malley on how Mary's suffering, contemplated on the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, is redemptive. Mary's pain makes our pain meaningful.
- What can break the cycle of poverty? Only the grateful recognition that all is gift, and that all have a responsibility to share their goods with others.
- Commemorate the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows through Giovanni Battista Pergolesi's stunning musical setting of the ancient sequence, Stabat Mater Dolorosa.
- This piece examines what the feast of the Holy Cross reveals about the purpose of Catholic higher education in the world today. It's about cruciform excellence.
- Amid a society increasingly suspicious of authority, Stephen Adubato finds in servant leadership and self-giving love a model of true authority.
- Jessica Keating's recent article in America Magazine helps single men and women consider the universal call to holiness. Even when, like her, they're single by default.
Disability and Inclusion in the Archdiocese of Chicago: Assessing Full Participation within Places of WorshipA study of liturgical accessibility for those with disabilities in the Archdiocese of Chicago. Essential reading for liturgists & catechists alike.
- Looking for an overview of changes in the Order of Celebrating Matrimony? Brian MacMichael of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend gives 5 key changes.
- Thinking about marriage is not simply something that married people can do. Here, a single woman reflects on the gift of marriage through her own vocation.
- What does it mean to accompany someone in music, and how can this help us think about what it means to accompany someone on the journey of faith?
- A Catholic school, rather than promote artistic expression discourages it in a less than tactful way. Here's how the parent made sense of this ban.
- I first “met” Mother Teresa when I was about eight years old passing countless times by a small magazine clipping posted on our fridge. On it was one of those striking photographs of her holding a small child, the lines deep ...
- Talking to First Communion parents soon? Dr. Timothy O'Malley suggests a way to speak to parents about the gift of First Communion for the entire family.