Billed as “The Year of Faith: A Faith Professed, Celebrated, Lived and Prayed,” the Institute for Religious Life held its Midwest regional meeting last Saturday at the Franciscan Prayer Center in Independence.
A number of times I have already written to you about the Year of Faith
As we contemplate the vast complexity of the universe beyond our solar system, …
On November 18th, 1965 the Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation (Dei Verbum) was endorsed by 2,344/2350 votes from the council fathers.
“The door of faith is always open to us (Acts 14:27) …”
This weekend is the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, and the conclusion of the Church’s liturgical Christmas season.
Each of us derives a great deal of personal meaning from our family name, our work, and our friendships.
In popular imagination the move away from Latin in the Mass to modern English is one of the most striking results of the Second Vatican council.
The first part of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy focuses on the meaning and beauty of the liturgy (SC 1-13), and the active participation of the faithful in the liturgy
The Year of Faith in Rome began with a Synod or meeting of bishops, representative of the Church from all over the world.