COVID is a challenge to Catholicism’s sacramental theology — but it’s also an opportunity to promote traditional Eucharistic devotions.
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The office of San Francisco's mayor announced Sept. 29 that places of worship will be permitted to hold services indoors at 25% capacity, up to 100 people, beginning Sept. 30.
“Concomitance,” as St. Thomas Aquinas explains it, means that “nothing is lost by the body being received by the people without the blood.”
Cardinal Sarah’s letter made some concrete suggestions for the resumption of Mass amid the coronavirus pandemic, which is expected to continue to spread in the United States in the fall and winter months, with some models predicting a doubling of the death count by the end of 2020.
COMMENTARY: It’s the central question of the Gospel, period, and it takes on greater significance in this unusual year.
User’s Guide to Sunday, Aug. 2
On the Solemnity of Corpus Christi we celebrate the great love reserved for us in his most sacred Body and Blood — his greatest gift to us, the Church militant here on earth.
The website Carlo created when he was just 14 years old was the genesis of The Eucharistic Miracles of the World, an international exhibition which highlights such occurrences.
The order also states that “singing is permitted, but not recommended,” and that only the person leading the service or a choir may sing.