new roman missal

CARA's survey included a representative sampling of 444 clergy and 75 lay leaders across the U.S. church who mailed and emailed
Pope Francis has approved a change to the Catholic Mass that will include prayers referencing St. Joseph. HuffPost National Religion Reporter, Jaweed Kaleem, joins us to talk about why this is significant.
The USCCB provided The Huffington Post with the text of the new prayers, which are shown below. Eucharistic Prayer I has
Originally published by the National Catholic Reporter. Benedictine Fr. Anthony Ruff, a monk of St. John's Abbey in Collegeville
Last Saturday night, the smell of overheating lamination machines wafted from Catholic Church basements in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and India. Rome had ordered up a change.
If we approach the changes with an open mind and, more importantly, an open heart, we just might find our connection to the Mass reinvigorated for the first time in years.
Aymond predicted that priests will began talking more about the missal changes in the next two months, when the pews fill
Over the next year, priests and parishioners will work through the changes to the text, such as the prayer "Lord, I am not