The USCCB’s correction, which takes effect Ash Wednesday (Feb. 17), was prompted by Vatican concerns over doctrinal precision and fidelity to the original Latin.
Catholic organizations recognizing the power of prayer are contributing their own petitions online to the public to prepare for the November elections — and to help address both the long-standing civic discord and recent riots plaguing the country.
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The blessings of celebrating the purpose and promise of the Real Presence made real and present on the altar of sacrifice each day.
The Church offers guidance on how to maintain the common good in society while also safeguarding individual liberties as a basis for any significant discussion about law enforcement reform.
As June is traditionally the ‘ordination season’ for most U.S. dioceses, the guidelines from the Thomistic Institute on holy orders couldn’t have come at a better time.
As dioceses look to bring the Eucharist to the faithful, various guidance is available to bishops and pastors.
Traditional funeral celebrations have been stymied by restrictions imposed to stem the disease’s spread.
Despite curtailed liturgies, priests found plenty to celebrate during Holy Week and the Triduum.
Necessary limits have been imposed in light of the pandemic’s spread, but bishops and priests are finding innovative ways to allow the faithful access to the sacrament.