By Pamela Mellott • Eduardo Peniche: “I felt I had lost my church until I helped to carry Our Lady of Guadalupe in the procession.”
By Randall Balmer • The Nine Lessons and Carols service has been transmitted around the globe by the BBC since 1928.
By Justin Welby • Far from waving weapons, they are just waving their arms, going on about angels, and asking about newborn babies.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • The people of St. Luke’s Church in Milwaukee have a way of knowing what their neighbors need — even those they’ve never met.
Interview by By Richard J. Mammana, Jr. • The prayer book provides a template for a robust liturgical spirituality that is open, accessible, and possible.
By Eugene R. Schlesinger • We are not devoted to the Church because it is lovable, according to Ephraim Radner, but because it is loved.
By Ephraim Radner • “Few meetings are the result of chance.” — Christian de Chergé, Trappist monk, who was martyred in 1996.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • Homeless people in Boston have a new way to keep the coming season’s wintry elements at bay.
By Lauren Anderson
By Dennis Raverty • What is surprising, given Marc Chagall’s Jewish background and faith, is the number of Christian themes that emerge in his work.