What is this thing called liturgical conscience? Christopher Carstens introduces this topic, and how to examine it, in part one of his three-part series.
Is the liturgy a grace machine? Fr Angelo Geiger brings the words of Pope Benedict XVI (Joseph Ratzinger) and Cardinal Robert Sarah to bear as he examines this question in part V of his Mystery and Magisterium Series and how the Blessed Virgin Mary is key to better appreciating the sacraments and the liturgy.
What does the universal call to holiness mean to the family as domestic Church? Liz Estler concludes her examination of the family as domestic Church in Part 4 of this four-part series.
What does it mean to be prophet and king in the secular world as part of the family as the domestic Church? Liz Estler continues her examination of the family as domestic Church in Part 3 of this four-part series by looking specifically at how parents function as prophets and kings within their domestic Church.
What does it mean to be priest, prophet and king in the secular world as part of the family as the domestic Church? Liz Estler continues her examination of the family as domestic Church in Part 2 of this four-part series by looking specifically how parents function as priest within their domestic Church.
How is the Family the Domestic Church? How does she hand on the faith? Liz Estler explores what it means for the family to be Church and examines, in part I, the four marks of the Church seen in the family.
Why is it a great time to be Catholic? Teresa Tomeo answers this question and urges us to witness to our faith as Pope Francis visits the United States; World Meeting of Families 2015.
Editor’s Note: This is Part II of the Mysticism and Magisterium Series. You can find Part I here. Christ Yesterday, Today and Forever Jesus Christ