If people really understood that participating at Mass is witnessing Christ’s suffering, death and resurrection, then maybe they would stop taking pictures, talking, making comments
By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) –Bishops should look at ways to help verify and guarantee the validity and worthiness of
The Mass can become so familiar and routine that the faithful sometimes don’t appreciate the pair of miracles before them at every celebration, noted Archbishop Gregory Aymond, speaking at the Nov. 17 Mass marking the formal end of the “Year of Renewal: Offering a Worthy Sacrifice of Praise,” a period during which Catholics throughout the Archdiocese of New Orleans were invited to reawaken and deepen their understanding of the Mass through parish- and school-based catechesis and reflection.
During the past year, we have reflected on the meaning and celebration of the Eucharist. It might be well to pause and center
The goal of this “Year of Renewal: Offering a Worthy Sacrifice of Praise” is to move faithful Catholics to a deeper understanding of