Veteran Rome journalist Joan Lewis said Sunday that security concerns stemmed from demonstrations going on in the streets of Rome Saturday.
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Rumors started after social media posts pointed to an announcement at a livestreamed Mass at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Libertyville, Illinois. CNA found that there was no directive from the Cardinal sent to all parishes in the archdiocese referring to the recitation of public prayers after Mass.
The Larger Themes of ‘Traditionis Custodes’ and ‘Summorum Pontificum’: Fostering Liturgical Communion and Love
COMMENTARY: If we recognize the Mass for what it is, isn’t the reality of what occurs infinitely more important than the valid form of the Mass by which the Son of God becomes present?
Unity Pope’s motu proprio seeks requires renewing celebration of the ‘ordinary form’ of the Mass, too, say theologians.
Legitimate differences in liturgical tradition, when united by belief, do not hinder unity but rather contribute toward it.
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.”