latest saint catechism season scripture language category date topic popular featured liturgical print workbook misc cds lectures bundles dvds studyprograms play-video download play-audio circle-speech-bubble link-icon wof-icon podcast homily video article circle-search circle-book pointer-up pointer-right pointer-left chev-up chev-down chev-right chev-left pointer-down arrow-right arrow-left arrow-up arrow-down share exclam calendar close bullet-on bullet-off am search_thin menu cart twitter pinterest tumblr sumbleupon google-plus facebook instagram youtube vimeo flickr
Menu

Liturgy

The Ratzingerian Constants and the Maintenance of Harmony in the Church

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 11, 2020 .

Some years ago, my friend Msgr. Francis Mannion wrote an article concerning the three essential features of the Eucharistic liturgy—namely, the priest, the rite, and the people. When these elements are in proper balance, rightly ordered liturgy obtains. Further, from these categories, he argued, we can discern the three typical…

Las constantes de Ratzinger y el mantenimiento de la armonía en la Iglesia

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 11, 2020 .

Hace algunos años, mi amigo Monseñor Francis Mannion escribió un artículo sobre las tres características esenciales de la liturgia eucarística: el sacerdote, el rito y el pueblo. Cuando estos elementos están en el equilibrio adecuado, se obtiene una liturgia correctamente ordenada. Además, a partir de estas categorías, argumentaba él, podemos…

Bishop Barron on the Three Essential Elements of the Church

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 6, 2020 .

Joseph Ratzinger said that the Church performs three basic tasks. We can also read off of these categories typical distortions in the life of the Church.

The Spirit and the Bride Say, “Come”

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 2, 2019 .

On this seventh and final Sunday of the Easter season, I want to bring to a close my meditation on the extraordinary book of Revelation. With the disclosure of the heavenly Jerusalem, the Biblical narrative effectively comes to a close—and that’s true. But what we find today, in the very…

1 2 3 4 12 13