Psalms: Personal or Communal?


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By Br Thomas Thérèse Mannion | Much is still unknown about the origin of the psalms. How were they read?

GAUDETE: Rejoice! This Sunday, Advent takes an especially hopeful outlook, as we look forward to Christ’s fast approaching Nativity. In

Compline for Sundays III-VI in Lent from godzdogz on Vimeo. Two years ago, we uploaded this audio recording of Compline for Sundays III-VI in Lent. The

Dominicans from the French Studentate on a guided tour at Chevetogne

Compline for Sundays III-VI in Lent from godzdogz on Vimeo. Last week, we uploaded an audio recording of Compline for Sundays

The Liturgy is a rich tapestry of Scriptural imagery and allusions, woven together by the Church’s venerable ritual tradition in

Two of the most obvious and controversial changes in the new translation relate to the consecration of the precious blood.

The Sanctus, which concludes the Preface of the Eucharistic Prayer, comes directly from the Sacred Scriptures. In addition to the

At this part of the Mass, the gifts of bread and wine (along with any financial collection) are presented. We

In looking at the changes to the English translation of the Penitential Rite, this piece will concentrate on the Confiteor,

One of the most noticeable changes to the new translation of the Roman Missal is the shift from And

Traduttore – traditore (the translator is a traitor) runs the Italian play on words, and its own English translation already

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