Daily Archives: December 10, 2011

1st Advent Sermon – Father Cantalamessa (to the Pontifical household).

Here is a translation of the first Advent sermon delivered last Friday, Dec. 2, by Capuchin Father Raniero Cantalamessa, the preacher to the pontifical household. “Go into all the world” The first wave of evangelization In response to the Supreme … Continue reading

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Christian persecution in the U.S.

We have often reported on the persecution of Christians in various places throughout the world, but America? Earlier in the summer, a priest I was in conversation with expressed the notion that we in the United Kingdom would also experience … Continue reading

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How the New Missal Is Already Fostering a Deeper Understanding of the Mass

Cardinal Donald Wuerl, author Edward Sri and musician Matt Maher discuss the opportunity of the new translation. by MICHELLE BAUMAN A panel of liturgical experts recently noted that the early weeks of using the new English translation of the Roman … Continue reading

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