- Apr 21, 2021
The Italian bishops this week made a small change to the rules for Mass in the COVID-era, allowing churchgoers to extend a non-physical sign of peace their neighbor in the pews, but nixing the now-common trend of the elbow bump.
The Church is overflowing in ideas on how each of us can deepen in our relationship with Jesus Christ.
The approval decades ago of a Zairean rite of the Roman Missal demonstrated that it is possible also to develop a rite for the Amazon region, Pope Francis said in a preface to a new book.
How can believers both recall a historical event, while also prepare for a future event, in which time and space as we know them will end? Is there a middle ground or a still point between the two?
As Europe faces a new wave of coronavirus lockdowns, public worship is once again on hold in some places but still allowed in others.
We need to turn to God. Only in him will our hunger and thirst be satisfied.
Argentina’s Church is facing continuing restrictions on Mass as the country reaches the top of its curve during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
One of the many places where Mass is still not available due to the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic is Pope Francis’s former archdiocese of Buenos Aires.