Category: liturgy

Egeria had no idea…

I love reading the Pilgrimage of Egeria. For those who have not yet encountered this fantastic work, it’s the journal of a fourth-century woman who visited Jerusalem. It’s chock full of vivid descriptions of...

Cantuar on Holy Week

The Archbishop of Canterbury offers a superb meditation on Holy Week. This is from 2008, but the material is still fresh. Wave of the palm to Santos Woodcarving Popsicles.

Sermon for Palm Sunday

For what it’s worth, this is what I preached this morning. This is shorter than my usual sermons, but then again the Palm Sunday liturgy doesn’t require a lot of commentary.

Mary in a bag?

I really enjoy Canon Reid’s blog from St. Clement’s, Philadelphia. For me, it’s a perfect blend of learning, faith, devotion, and humor. In a recent installment, he explains the strange confluence of fixed and...

Presente!

On this date 30 years ago, Óscar Romero was gunned down. He became a modern martyr for the Gospel: the Gospel of justice, liberation, and truth. Let us all give thanks for his witness...