Liturgical Theology

From which all else flows

Posted on January 25, 2020
In a recent class we were asked if we celebrated the anniversaries of the sacraments of our lives. This was quickly followed by second question: Do you even know the dates? Birth dates and marriage dates are well...

Make it a verb, add a hyphen

Posted on September 28, 2019
The Eucharist has been the topic of study many times in class and often The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) is a resource. Described as the source and summit of the Christian faith, one can consider the...


Posted on September 13, 2019
A few thoughts on blessing: Blessing is a divine and life-giving action, the source of which is God the Father; his blessing is both word and gift. When applied to humankind, the word “blessing” means adoration...


Posted on October 29, 2018
In the Old Testament we learn about the many covenants through which God brought the people of Israel together. Qahal, a Hebrew word for assembly, describes the means by which this unity came about. Four examples of...

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