Sunday Musical Selections

An organ piece by Buxtehude – who, as you will hear, greatly influenced J.S. Bach, who once walked 250 miles to hear him play. Now, you may listen with the click of a non-church mouse, this rendition by a new and quite brilliant up-and-coming young organist,...

The Science of the Cross

When they got into the boat, the wind ceased. And those in the boat worshipped him, saying, ‘Truly you are the Son of God’ (Mt. 14:33). ⧾ Read the Whole Article at its Original...

Theology professor: German theology no longer has worldwide impact

Berlin, Germany, Aug 9, 2020 / 03:01 pm (CNA).- Theology in Germany, with a few exceptions, is in a crisis. This is the conclusion reached by a German theology professor, who is the William K. Warren Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. Dr. Ulrich...

Please …

A kind friend in America tells me that my last two posts have not been provided by “RSS”. I know I can hardly ask you to let me know if you are not seeing this, but it would be helpful if very briefly you could indicate that you are. Read the Whole Article...

Jesus taught us to see God as Father as no-one ever had before

This Sunday’s Latin Collect, for the 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time, was not in previous editions Missale Romanum before the 1970 Novus Ordo. It has roots, however, in the 9th century Sacramentary of Bergamo.  COLLECT (2002 MR): Omnipotens sempiterne Deus, quem paterno...

Your Domestic Church Can Be a Refuge From the Chaos

By Brianna Heldt | The domestic church was always important, but it might matter even more now. Unless you’ve been living under a rock — which, frankly, sounds pretty nice right about now — you know that our culture has been… Read the Whole Article at its...

When We Suffer, We Walk the Royal Road of the Cross

By Matthew Archbold | We have largely outsourced death to hospices and nursing homes. We have come to expect that all suffering be banished with high doses of medication. And like any cultural change, these decisions have an… Read the Whole Article at its...