Mass and the Macaroni Necklace
A Father’s Day Reflection on the Eucharist
What does a golden ciborium full of hosts and glass cruets of wine and water have to do with a kindergarten art project? Plenty!
The Good Samaritan
Better understand Jesus’ parable with this background information.
Watch the Language
Understanding the limitations of language reveals the true meaning of a prayer said at every Mass.
What’s in your Bible?
How many books does your Bible have? If you answered anything less than 73, you’re missing out!
The Synoptic Gospels tell of the Last Supper being a Passover Seder. This video reveals the origin of the Holy Holiday and its relation to the Mass.
Hallelujah! He is Risen!
Handel’s Hallelujah is synonymous with Easter. But did you know the piece is made from just three verses from Revelation? Watch this video!
Sing An Old Song Unto the Lord
This Sunday we will be singing one of the most famous lines of the Bible as part of the Responsorial Psalm: The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want.…
Water, Water Everywhere
This Sunday you’ll be getting a double dose of H2O! In the first reading from Exodus, the Hebrews thirst from wandering the desert and they complain to Moses, their leader. Moses appeals…
Roots of Liturgical Singing
The verb sing appears over 300 times in the Old Testament and almost 40 in the New Testament. The first scriptural reference to singing occurs after the Hebrew people escape Egypt through…
Jewish Scripture Reading
The Introductory Rites have prepared the assembly to be nourished by the Word of the Lord. Through various Scripture readings, God speaks directly to his people, and the faithful are brought to…
Kids Mass Crafts
Visit our Kids Mass Crafts Page to download free activities that will help your little ones learn about the Mass. The lessons and crafts are offered in English y Español.