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April 2014
Vol. XX, No. 2

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Resurrection (1304-06) Giotto, Scrovegni (Arena) chapel, Padua, Italy

The Light of Faith and the Eucharist, Lumen Fidei §44, June 29, 2013 by Pope Francis

News and Views -- Verbum Domini II Exhibit: The Bible's Journey Around the World | Father Barron: Liturgy and Social Justice Linked | Saint John Paul II National Shrine in DC

Pope Francis on the Eucharist, The Eucharist: Source and Summit of the Church's Life

To the Man Born Blind: The Light of Christ, The Light of Faith by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, Prayer and the Christian Community, April 18, 2012

The Fear of the Lord, A Biblical Understanding, by Bishop Arthur Serratelli

Sacred Music and the Liturgy -- Signs of Hope for the Future, Musica Sacra Saint Louis Conference Report, by Brian Abel Ragen

Readers' Forum - Preparing Liturgical Ministers | Tenebrae Resources | Tabernacle Placement | Purifying Vessels, Reverencing Tabernacle | Planning a Funeral | Purple Candles During Lent? Huh? | Liturgical Translation | Going to Communion | Invitation: Good News from the Pews

Sacred Art Points Catholic School Students to Deeper Reality by Alexandra Theis


Christus resurrexit! Resurrexit vere! Alleluia!

Christ is risen! He is risen indeed, Hallelujah!


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