Only the most myopic would deny that a kind of mushroom cloud has covered the Catholic Church for the past half-century. A small, but quite significant, part of that spiritual nuclear winter has been the profound collapse of Sacred Music.
ChantWorks presents Fear Not. Host Linda Hoffman speaks with Joseph Pearce, author, editor, columnist, speaker, EWTN host, Director of Book Publishing at the Augustine Institute.
ChantWorks presents Fear Not. Host Linda Hoffman speaks with Father James Altman.
SETTING: conference room at local parish
Dear Moses, This is Sarah, down here in the desert. I want to tell you what is going on down here since you went up on the mountain. Some people are upset because we do not see you face to face and you seem to be worshipping God without us. It's as though you have...
The Feast of the Holy Trinity, also know as Trinity Sunday, celebrates a central doctrine of Christianity and the greatest mystery of the Faith. That is that God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are united as three persons in one Godhead and share the same Divine Nature. It is celebrated on the first Sunday after Pentecost.
Holy Thursday is the day on which Christians commemorate Jesus’s Last Supper. It’s the day before Good Friday, which marks Jesus’s crucifixion and death. Holy Thursday is the Thursday of Holy Week, which is the week before Easter, from Palm Sunday to Holy Saturday.
ChantWorks presents Fear Not. Host Linda Hoffman speaks with Rachel Fulton Brown, associate professor of medieval European history at the University of Chicago.
Dig up this treasure, dust it off, and let it shine until it is put back in its proper place in the liturgy.
In many Western Christian traditions Midnight Mass is the first liturgy of Christmastide that is celebrated on the night of Christmas Eve, traditionally beginning at midnight when Christmas Eve gives way to Christmas Day. This popular Christmas custom is a jubilant celebration of the Mass or Service of Worship in honor of the Nativity of Jesus.