Legitimate differences in liturgical tradition, when united by belief, do not hinder unity but rather contribute toward it.
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COMMENTARY: We are called to worship God and unite all our works, joys and sufferings with Christ’s perfect act of self-giving love. And we do that most fully in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
“Be patient, and don’t despair … (this is) a feast for kings, queens, and servants alike. All are invited, and the music and singing will never end.”
While the original video of the Easter Vigil has since been removed by the parish, the live stream of the Easter Sunday Mass at the parish the following day showed priests and altar servers without masks standing close together.
Amid lockdown, a priest in Ireland celebrates the greatest feast day at an ancient site where Catholics have gone to worship in hiding.
Until now, the 45 altars and 11 chapels in St. Peter's Basilica have been used every morning by priests to celebrate their daily Mass.
“Even our pro-choice city attorney recognized that the rule of law must always apply and our churches are sacred institutions,” said Mike Gonidakis, president of Ohio Right to Life, in a statement.
COMMENTARY: There is no better spiritual food for Catholics that what they receive in the Eucharist.