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Fostering liturgical communion, love, and reverenceFather Roger J. Landry

"Every liturgical celebration, because it is an action of Christ the priest and of His Body which is the Church, is a sacred action surpassing all others," the Second Vatican Council's constitution on ...

Imitating Ignatius, as he imitated Francis and Dominic Father Roger J. Landry

The most memorable Christmas present I've received was not from Santa during my infancy or sneakers, sports equipment or gadgets from my folks during my adolescence. It was the four-volume "Butler's Lives ...

Visiting the school of courageFather Roger J. Landry

After lectures as well as in dinner conversations, I often get asked what I think is the biggest challenge — or need or crisis — facing the Church in the United States. “Faith” is always an appropriate ...

Unity on the Fifth Commandment and basic sacramental theology Roger J. Landry

Next week, the Church will celebrate the feast of Corpus Christi. It is a time for us, as St. Thomas Aquinas wrote in 1263 for the first celebration of the Body and Blood of the Lord Jesus, to "dare to ...

The teaching of the Church on the ethics of COVID vaccinesFather Roger J. Landry

In recent weeks, I have encountered scores of people who are confused about Church teaching with regard to the morality of taking COVID-19 vaccines. This confusion comes not really because they have ...

Growing in faith through podcasts Father Roger J. Landry

At the beginning of the year, there was the uplifting news that a new podcast "Bible in a Year (with Father Mike Schmitz)" topped the Apple Podcast chart not just for religious or for Christian offerings ...

Praying for salvific ignorance for the clever Hans KüngFather Roger J. Landry

When I first heard the news on April 6 that the 93-year-old Swiss theologian and author Father Hans Küng had died, I had just finished the prayers for the fifth day of the Novena of Divine Mercy. His ...

The choice we face Father Roger J. Landry

From the time I was a child, participating in the reading of the Passion account on Palm Sunday and Good Friday has always been jarring. The most discomfiting, even interiorly violent, part is the dialogue ...