Re-presenting the sacrifice of Christ

At each Mass and Divine Liturgy, there is not simply a remembering of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross, writes OSV Publisher Scott Richert, but a re-presentation. “The Greeks called this process anamnesis, a word that is commonly translated into English as ‘remembering,’

What’s the purpose of concelebration at Mass?

A reader asks, “What is concelebration, and why do some priests object to it?” Monsignor Charles Pope explains: “Concelebration is when two or more priests join together in the celebration of Mass. While each of them is celebrating as a priest with

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