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The end of clericalism. Zagano, Phyllis May 15, 2020 855
Latino Catholics rediscover spiritual roots. Salgado, Soli May 15, 2020 1548
BISHOPS: TIME TO REOPEN? US dioceses wrestle with whether or how to open churches. Feuerherd, Peter May 15, 2020 1718
With callous timing, Detroit bishops ban LGBTQ group. Manson, Jamie Viewpoint essay Apr 17, 2020 1226
'We belong to the Lord': Conference celebrates African American Catholics' gifts to liturgy, ministry. Zimmermann, Mark Oct 18, 2019 1165
My peace I give you: Incorporate the sign of peace into your daily life. Scobey, Annemarie Essay Jul 1, 2018 1027
Be what you receive. McGlone, Mary M. May 18, 2018 795
The languages of faith: The Holy Spirit reveals unity in diversity. Clark, Meghan J. Essay Apr 1, 2018 676
What's new? The Eucharist may not immediately transform the faithful into better Christians, but stick around for a lifetime and see what happens. Camille, Alice Editorial Aug 1, 2017 1254
As I have loved you: washing each other's feet on Holy Thursday is a reminder to each of us that we are both loving and beloved. Murphy-Gill, Meghan Essay Apr 1, 2017 1157
Our community carries its crosses on Good Friday. Zaker, Christina R. Essay Mar 25, 2016 1206
The Intertwining Vines of Liturgy, Ethnicity, and Nationhood: The Nativized Imaginary of the Malaysian Catholic Community. Pillai, Shanthini Report Jan 1, 2015 6349
A noteworthy education: music and liturgy enrich learning at cathedral's coed choir school. Forgey, Mick Jun 6, 2014 1348
Can Catholic social teaching bring peace to the "liturgy wars"? Jeffery, Peter Essay Jun 1, 2014 12940
Preparing for the great fast. Laschuk, Alexander Mar 1, 2014 929
Deacons help to expand church's welcome. Roberts, Tom Jan 31, 2014 1258
Community members criticize Newman changes. Clark, Monica Oct 11, 2013 862
Jesuit, 92, censured over liturgy. McElwee, Joshua J. Dec 21, 2012 921
Listen! Love! Sanchez, Patricia Datchuck Nov 8, 2012 751
Two daring women. Sanchez, Patricia Datchuck Nov 8, 2012 903
Vatican reverses priest's suspension; bishop to appeal. McClory, Robert Oct 25, 2012 721
Up to Jerusalem. Oct 25, 2012 831
Few are at peace in Catholicism's liturgical impasse. Collins, Mary Essay Oct 11, 2012 1519
Vatican II and the renewal of the parish liturgy: Part I of II. Topping, Ryan Essay Jul 1, 2012 1580
Benedict mandates German 'for many': Catholics in Germany to get long-delayed new missal in 2013. Luxmoore, Jonathan May 25, 2012 1197
Did the Jesus man die? A Good Friday epiphany. Doyle, Brian Apr 1, 2012 1059
Rise to the occasion: whether stressed or sleepy, in solitude or strange company, the resurrection lifts both body and spirit. Camille, Alice Apr 1, 2012 1088
New missal translation is really 'whatever'. Roberts, Tom Jan 20, 2012 1027
Follow the leader: in the old testament, judges, kings, priests, and prophets all took a turn leading their people. Camille, Alice Oct 1, 2011 1234
Calling one another to conversion. Sanchez, Patricia Aug 19, 2011 816
Mentored by the word and will of God. Sanchez, Patricia Datchuck Aug 19, 2011 819
Build bridges, not walls. Sanchez, Patricia Datchuck Aug 5, 2011 778
The liturgy wars are over, time for reconstruction. Likoudis, Paul May 1, 2011 2312
Lip service: the liturgy of Good Friday gathers believers of every generation before the Tree of Life. Huck, Gabe Apr 1, 2011 1154
Will you be there? The liturgies of Holy Week let us walk with Christ through death to life. O'Connell-Cahill, Catherine Editorial Apr 1, 2011 624
Pastor says it's time to 'let go,' accept new missal as inevitable. Roberts, Tom Mar 18, 2011 662
Facing our demons. Sanchez, Patricia Datchuck Mar 4, 2011 728
It is good that we are here! Sanchez, Patricia Mar 4, 2011 727
Summoned to holiness. Sanchez, Patricia Datchuck Feb 4, 2011 731
Words to live by. Sanchez, Patricia Datchuck Jan 21, 2011 751
Salt and light. Sanchez, Patricia Datchuck Jan 21, 2011 826
Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. Brief article Oct 1, 2010 143
Adjusting to a new style: with new translation, liturgy may run roughshod for a while, but we will also realize how much will stay the same. Turner, Paul Jul 23, 2010 1214
Roles of bishop, cathedral intertwine. Winters, Michael Sean Jul 23, 2010 1478
Benedict and the 'new liturgical movement'. Allen, John L., Jr. Jul 23, 2010 833
Being Catholic means finding God at every turn. Coffey, Kathy Viewpoint essay Jul 23, 2010 1366
Say what? Cones, Bryan Editorial Jul 1, 2010 460
Lost in translation: the new Mass prayers may need further definition. Trautman, Donald Viewpoint essay Jul 1, 2010 1861
Feedback. Jul 1, 2010 774
The new missal: an overview of the changes. Filteau, Jerry May 28, 2010 2217
Holy week's liturgical evolution tracing Holy week's liturgical evolution. McBrien, Fr. Richard Viewpoint essay Apr 2, 2010 762
Papal liturgist endorses 'reform of the reform'. Gamber, Matthew Jan 22, 2010 628
Liturgy as theater: going to mass should be an awesome, sacred drama. Gurka, Gerald Dec 11, 2009 1933
'A question of governance'. Editorial Nov 27, 2009 501
Reversing the liturgical field. McBrien, Richard P. Column Oct 2, 2009 746
Support for fired leader at meeting with bishop. Sweitzer-Beckman, Mike Apr 17, 2009 810
Who are the Lefebvrites, and are they Catholic? Cones, Bryan Apr 1, 2009 438
Renaissance redux? Cones, Bryan Brief article Mar 1, 2008 86
In good faith: by bringing back the Latin Mass, Pope Benedict has revived a great Western tradition. Woods, Thomas E., Jr. Sep 10, 2007 1543
New Liturgy. Sep 1, 2006 346
What the liturgy teaches us about our bodies. Gordon, Amy Sep 1, 2006 747
Priest regrets sin comment. Brief article Jun 16, 2006 123
Lefebvrites to reconcile? Brief article Apr 1, 2006 230
Liturgical reform. Brief article Apr 1, 2006 222
Put me in, coach! Instead of Monday morning quarterbacking, this Catholic decides it's time for him--and us--to jump in and play. Cortes-Sjoberg, Santiago Mar 1, 2006 751
Getting past liturgical polemics: unity between scholars, pastors needed, say experts at conference. Horgan, Denys Feb 3, 2006 1293
Lively Rome meeting is silent on Latin. Allen, John L., Jr. Oct 28, 2005 829
Let's not be so devoted to devotions: it warms old-timers' hearts to hear of people flocking to eucharistic adoration, novenas, and other traditional devotions. But is there a downside to all this popular piety? One young Catholic argues we should put our focus back where it belongs--on the Mass. Cones, Bryan Oct 1, 2005 1483
Mass in the balance: an interview with Bishop Donald Trautman. Interview Oct 1, 2005 3128
Counting the days. Schlumpf, Heidi Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 167
How are the Sunday readings chosen? Philippart, David Aug 1, 2005 498
In good company: adoration isn't so much about adoring as it is about spending time with a friend. Moyer, Ginny Aug 1, 2005 730
The new Benedict must choose his path. McBrien, Richard P. May 6, 2005 793
'Finest teacher' never let controversy 'take her off track': after years as liturgist and leader of her order, Hughes looks ahead. Cooperman, Jeannette Biography Feb 25, 2005 2352
More controversy. Oct 1, 2004 176
Ecumenism thrives in a Kansas town: including women in Holy Thursday ritual left to bishops; Ratzinger critiques centralization. Allen, John L., Jr. Column Apr 23, 2004 1585
Women included and excluded in Holy Thursday foot washing. Coday, Dennis Apr 16, 2004 441
Orientale Lumen Euro-East I Conference in Istanbul. Loya, Joseph A. Conference news Mar 22, 2004 1297
Everybody, on three ... Gary, Heather Grennan Brief Article Feb 1, 2004 114
A passion for liturgy. Malcolm, Teresa Brief Article Jan 23, 2004 226
Georgetown center offers tools for liturgical reform. Feuerherd, Joe Interview Jan 23, 2004 769
'Good tunes and good text' create vital liturgy at Colorado parish; it takes time, dedication to build quality music program, says director. Jones, Melissa Jan 23, 2004 1244
Tradition, spontaneity enliven weekly Mass. Colbert, Chuck Jan 23, 2004 889
Authentically black and Catholic. Halter, Deborah Jan 23, 2004 1051
Innovative liturgist keeps eye on the details, down to the last amen. Gahee, Michelle Jan 23, 2004 948
In India, life leavens liturgy; tribal village Mass embraces scripture, tradition and culture. Gonsalves, Francis Jan 23, 2004 732
Churches to scrap service fees. Coday, Dennis Brief Article Jan 16, 2004 138
What we have done and what we have failed to do: 40 years after Vatican II's call to liturgical renewal, we've still got a long way to go. Huck, Gabe Jan 16, 2004 4631
Communion suspension. Ruof, Frederick C. Letter to the Editor Dec 26, 2003 217
Liturgical renewal at a glance. Brief Article Dec 12, 2003 254
The revolution that changed everything: 40 years later, Vatican II's liturgical reform still reverberates. Allen, John L., Jr. Dec 12, 2003 3184
The nine days before Christmas: after five centuries, the Filipino tradition of Simbang Gabi is still something to crow about. Lazaro, Jolisa Brief Article Dec 1, 2003 700
Take a bow: can the body language of the new liturgical rules help create community? LeBlanc, Ann Column Dec 1, 2003 785
Altar girl references dropped. Coday, Dennis Brief Article Oct 10, 2003 132
Outdated liturgy document creates a stir: draft would have restored Communion rail, other old ways. Allen, John L., Jr. Oct 3, 2003 701
Liturgical fine-tuning. Brief Article Oct 1, 2003 270
Shining a light on the new mysteries: the pope's new "luminous mysteries" for the rosary have special significance in these dark times of terrorism and war. Cavazos-Gonzalez, Gilberto Oct 1, 2003 1187
Irish incensed about holy smoke. Coday, Dennis Brief Article Sep 5, 2003 200
Encyclical reflects on Eucharist, warns of abuses. (World). Allen, John L., Jr. Apr 25, 2003 959
Church activities curtailed after deadly virus outbreak. (World). Donovan, Gill Brief Article Apr 18, 2003 208
Waning devotions may be sign of liturgical health. (Column). McBrien, Richard P. Apr 4, 2003 786
How did Vatican II change the mass? (Glad you asked: q&a on church teaching). Huebsch, Bill Mar 1, 2003 607
Under pressure from bishops, publisher pulls liturgy books. (Nation). McClory, Robert J. Dec 13, 2002 627
Liturgy debates end in whimper, not bang. (World). Allen, John L., Jr. Nov 29, 2002 777
Vatican hampers liturgical inculturation, bishops say. (World/Nation). Nov 15, 2002 663
Footnotes that determine history: sex scandals grab headlines while liturgical directives ritualize clerical separation. (Viewpoint). Kichline, Kathleen MacInnis Nov 15, 2002 1440

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