Liberalism and Religion – “The Notre Dame Law Review hosted its second symposium of the academic year on November 11 in Biolchini Hall of Law. [The symposium] revolved around the theme of ‘Liberalism, Christianity, and […]
The Catholic Counter-Reformation of the second-half of the sixteenth century had many important protagonists. One of the men who did the most to advance the cause of reform on the practical level was St. Charles […]
Editor’s note: This essay appeared originally in the September/October 2000 issue of Catholic Dossier and is based on a lecture on the liturgy given by Father Fessio in May, 1999. —————- The Constitution on the […]
October 11th marks the sixtieth anniversary of the formal opening of the Second Vatican Council. In the lead-up to that day in 1962, my fifth-grade teacher, Sister Regina Rose (who just died last year at […]
The fourth and final volume of the remarkable commentary series Fire of Mercy, Heart of the Word: Meditations on the Gospel according to Saint Matthew, written by Fr. Simeon Leiva-Merikakis, OCSO, was published recently by […]
Pope Francis speaks to Catholics from northern and central Italy on Sept. 17, 2022. / Vatican Media.
Vatican City, Sep 17, 2022 / 08:45 am (CNA).
Pope Francis on Saturday recalled the legacy of the 16th century pope Saint Pius V, a Church refor… […]
Most of those debating the changes in Catholic liturgical life since the 1950s base their positions in—or pay lip service to—the principles of the early to mid-twentieth century “Liturgical Movement.” The argument centers on: whether […]
Pope Francis attends a closed-door meeting with Jesuits in Québec, Canada, July 29, 2022. / Vatican Media
Rome Newsroom, Aug 4, 2022 / 10:59 am (CNA).
Pope Francis told Jesuits in Canada about how his experience in Latin America formed his beli… […]