Peter Paul Rubens, “The Last Supper,” ca. 1632
Archbishop Miller asked us to read his Statement of Apology and Expression of Commitment at Mass today. which I did before the homily. You can read it here.
The statement makes it obvious that we have a lot of work to do as an Archdiocese and as a parish community. We will discern carefully and prayerfully how we at Christ the Redeemer will participate in the process of reconciliation and healing in the weeks and months ahead.
The Archbishop’s words are more than enough for us to think about today, and I really have nothing to add. But that doesn’t mean I have nothing to say on this feast of Corpus Christi, when we ponder one of the central truths of our Catholic faith.
The feast of Corpus Christi affords us an opportunity to renew our understanding of the Holy Eucharist and Sacred Liturgy. It also helps us clarify certain errors that have crept into our thinking. Let’s look at the readings today under three headings: The Righteousness of our Worship, the Reality of our Worship, and Readiness of our Worship
For nearly three thousand years, men and women from diverse lands and cultures have been lifting their hearts to God by praying and singing the psalms.
At the French site Riposte catholique we read that the Archbishop of Dijon, Roland Minnerath, has expelled the FSSP from the diocese. They are to leave by September. They’ve only been there for 23 years. No consultation. D’un trait de … Read More →
We take his words to be true, knowing that Jesus would not deceive us. He says this bread is his body, and so we believe it is.
Let the saints prepare your Corpus Christi feast
The Madonna del Ghisallo church was built on the spot where the Virgin Mary helped a struggling medieval traveler.
In Italy, cyclists bike to the church of their patron saint