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Pope: “I am not opposed in principle to Communion in the hand…”

posted by jmcgee

Another nugget from the new book of interviews with Benedict: Pope Benedict has said in a new book that he is not opposed to the practice of receiving Communion in the hand. However he goes on to explain that he […]

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Can marriage be saved?

posted by jmcgee

The institution we know and love — and love to know — appears to be losing ground, according to a new poll: Is marriage becoming obsolete? As families gather for Thanksgiving this year, nearly one in three American children is […]

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Scariest chart of the day

posted by jmcgee

To get a clearer idea of what it means — and what can be done about it — check out Msgr. Charles Pope’s blog this morning.

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“Powerful and moving”: a priest recalls celebrating mass in a Muslim home

posted by jmcgee

Here’s something inspiring for you. A priest visiting friends in a far-removed Nigerian village last year found himself unexpectedly celebrating Mass in a Muslim home. He writes: Within a short time of my arrival, news went around the community that […]

One parish, 600 baptisms a year

posted by jmcgee

Statistics like that are mind-blowing: my busy parish in Queens averages a little over 100 baptisms a year. Details: Extended families greet one another with hearty handshakes and pecks on the cheek as they file in to Incarnation church in […]

Priest slaps parishioner for desecrating Eucharist

posted by jmcgee

It happened in Spain — but details are murky: A Catholic priest in Spain’s province of Valencia slapped a young man in a church in the town of Rótova during a local festival on the evening of September 5. Believing […]

Soaked: Protestant churches report more full immersion baptisms

posted by jmcgee

This can only be good news for the cotton towel industry. Details: Beneath a cloudless sky on a recent Sunday afternoon, John Oswald made a public profession of his Christian faith as he stood in the waters of Lake Michigan. […]

Brian Williams on confession and his mother, “a very old-school Catholic”

posted by jmcgee

The number-one rated nightly news anchor — and the only one of the Big Three who is Catholic — pours out his soul to Elle (well, sort of) in an interview that, among other things, touches rather unexpectedly on the […]

EMHCs as SOP

posted by jmcgee

A British observer has some sharp words about EMHCs at Catholic liturgies: What’s the point of all these assistants? The Catholic Church does allow for what it calls an extraordinary minister of Holy Communion, in cases when the priest is […]

Marriage, in three sentences

posted by jmcgee

The always-interesting blogger/priest (or priest/blogger?) from Washington, Msgr. Charles Pope, sums it up very succinctly. Read it and see if you don’t agree. Then share it with someone you love — or, maybe, someone who is planning to make that trip […]

November 27, 2011

posted by jmcgee

Mark your calendars: that’s the date the new translation of the Roman Missal will debut in a parish near you. Details, from CNS: The missal, announced by Pope John Paul II in 2000 and first published in Latin in 2002, […]

What do you preach at a wedding?

posted by jmcgee

That’s the question that is lurking in the back of Cathleen Falsani’s mind. She’s been asked to officiate at the wedding of two friends, and is mulling what to say. From the Huffington Post: In the Book of Common Prayer’s […]

Baby drowns during baptism

posted by jmcgee

Shocking news out of Eastern Europe: The parents decided to baptize the child on July 22. The priest of the local church, who is also the chief of all priests of the district, was not going to be there, so […]

What can you do with an empty confessional?

posted by jmcgee

Well, first of all, don’t try to sell it on eBay. From the Telegraph: The Catholic Church in Vienna has ruled that a former confessional cannot be used as a sauna. Bidding on a confessional described on eBay as ideal […]

Taking the plunge

posted by jmcgee

A wedding photographer, perhaps confused about which sacrament he’s attending, opts for full immersion.

Where are you taking Jesus…?

posted by jmcgee

Down the hall and into the bathroom? Huh? Read this, from OSV’s Mary DeTurris Poust, and shake your head in disbelief: This weekend at Mass we were sitting in the front pew, as we usually do. During Communion, my husband, […]

Worth a thousand words: a priest’s first mass

posted by jmcgee

Fr. Alonzo Cox, Sunday June 27, 2010, at Queen of All Saints Church, in Brooklyn. 

When a priest can’t finish mass

posted by jmcgee

File this under “Really Interesting Stuff Most Catholics Don’t Know.” It doesn’t happen often, but every now and then a priest is unable to complete the holy sacrifice of the mass. What then? Zenit, citing a theology manual from the […]

A Catholic wedding in 2010

posted by jmcgee

Some observations during this month of weddings… The elements are simple, really. A videographer, with lights, who roams around. A photographer. About 60 guests. A small bridal party involving a maid of honor, best man, flower girl.  Sometimes, there may […]

How long until we see this on the altar?

posted by jmcgee

Will the priest one day celebrate mass with an iPad? It’s now technically possible (though, perhaps, not liturgically correct). Check this out: iBreviary–the daily prayer book for iPhone–will become a full Roman missal for iPad, allowing priests to celebrate mass […]

Phoenix nun’s excommunication “null and void”?

posted by jmcgee

A canon lawyer is arguing that case, in reference to Sr. Margaret Mary McBride. America Magazine has the details. Among the key points: 5. The Code of Canon Law contains nothing specifically and precisely (a “must” in criminal matters) about […]

Do kids matter to marriage?

posted by jmcgee

It turns out, more people are saying “No.” A blog at the New York Times takes note: One of the more surprising trends in marriage during the past 20 years is the fact that most couples no longer view children […]

When an altar server marries

posted by jmcgee

Well, not just any altar server. David James was the assistant moderator of the servers at my parish for nearly a decade — and did a superb job.  (Before anyone asks: yes, we have a priest who acts as moderator […]

Signs of reconciliation

posted by jmcgee

It’s becoming more common to find churches that offer mass with sign language. But how often do you hear about the Sacrament of Reconciliation being offered for those who are hearing impaired? Well, they offered it recently in Georgia. From […]

Nearly 600 couples renew wedding vows in Washington

posted by jmcgee

It happened at the National Shrine this past weekend — and the Catholic News Agency article spotlights a deacon and his family: More than 580 couples renewed their marriage vows at a Sunday Mass celebrated by Archbishop of Washington Donald […]

First Communion for 500

posted by jmcgee

‘Tis the season for First Communions and Confirmations — and a parish in California may well have one of the largest First Communion classes anywhere.  How’s THIS for feeding the multitude?   From Catholic San Francisco: Saturday morning first Communion […]

Worth a thousand words

posted by jmcgee

Bishop Gerald Kicanas of Tucson, Arizona, baptizes an inmate at the Southern Arizona Correctional Release Center in Tucson last month. Details, from CNS: A hazy sun settling slowly behind Tucson’s “A” mountain softly illuminated the 20 women in bright-orange uniforms […]

Priest accused of breaking seal of confession

posted by jmcgee

I can’t remember the last time I read about an incident like this, or saw it reported in the media. But here it is, one of the most serious charges a priest can face, reported in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: A […]

“I firmly resolve, with the help of thy grace…”

posted by jmcgee

Could those familiar words of the Act of Contrition help the Church to heal itself? Over at the Huffington Post, Fr. James Martin goes on at great length on the subject of penance, finally concluding: What would a real penance […]

“Now, I see the bigger family…”

posted by jmcgee

I just love this story: a poignant and heartfelt look at one new Catholic’s journey to baptism at the Easter Vigil. Take a look. And welcome, Javier.

Fewer annulments?

posted by jmcgee

Some people are predicting a “crackdown,” at least in the United States, but the people in a position to know disagree: American Catholic marriage tribunalists are denying rumors of a Vatican crackdown on the high number of annulments granted in […]

“The light is on for you”

posted by jmcgee

Like a lot of places, Boston is trying to lure people back to the confessional this Lent: In an effort to get the reluctant faithful back to confession, the Archdiocese of Boston is launching an unprecedented campaign – called “The […]

“For advice on confessions, press one…”

posted by jmcgee

It was only a matter of time until someone came up with this nutty idea — and wouldn’t you know, it comes to us from, of all places, France: A premium rate phone line in France is offering Catholics the […]

“Oh my God, I am heartily sorry…”

posted by jmcgee

So begins one of the most widely recited prayers in the Catholic Church, the penitential Act of Contrition, said at the conclusion of the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Lent is a season for revisiting this sacrament, and for attempting to make […]

Weddings at sea hit an iceberg

posted by jmcgee

I’m surprised at how often requests come in to my parish to have a Catholic wedding outside of a Catholic church. (It’s almost never permitted, by the way.) Now, the church is making clear that the prohibition extends beyond catering […]

24-hour confession in New York

posted by jmcgee

Have something you’d like to get off your chest? The confessionals will be fully staffed, round-the-clock, in New York next month: A young adults group in the Archdiocese of New York has recently announced a 24-hour confession event which will […]

Couple marks 71 years of marriage

posted by jmcgee

It’s a little late for Valentine’s Day, but this has to be a love story for the ages: His hand brushed hers ever so lightly, and in that moment, Charlie Wellen’s life changed. “A big jolt of electricity went through […]

Who will anoint the sick?

posted by jmcgee

Well, I’m sure some deacons would gladly raise their hands and volunteer for this sacramental duty — but we can’t. Neither can lay people. And that’s beginning to cause problems, as the AP reports: It was John B. Baus’s 82nd […]

Discovering “My Catholic Marriage”

posted by jmcgee

With a little free time to explore today (!), I wandered over to For Your Marriage, the website on the sacrament set up a couple years ago by the USCCB. I visited there a few times when it first debuted, […]

Bishops pass marriage pastoral — UPDATED

posted by jmcgee

This just in, from Charm City: Despite the concern voiced by some bishops about the document’s pastoral tone and content, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops approved a pastoral letter on marriage Nov. 17. Nearly 100 changes in two rounds […]

Baptism by the numbers

posted by jmcgee

This was baptism Sunday for the deacon. I rotate baptisms with two priests, so I do them four times a year.  This was by far the loudest, biggest mob I’ve encountered. Let me break it down for you.  Number of […]

‘Til death…

posted by jmcgee

Anyone who has planned, witnessed, catered, photographed, presided over or rehearsed a modern wedding ceremony needs to read this on-target assessment of the modern American wedding. This gives a good sense of why so many priests I know hate weddings. […]

Cheaper by the dozen: meet the Fatzingers

posted by jmcgee

Do you know anyone who has more than two or three kids?  How about 12? : Returning to the site where they wed just over 20 years ago, Rob and Cecilia “Sam” Fatzinger entered the historic chapel at Sacred Heart […]

A possible Eucharistic miracle?

posted by jmcgee

Maybe.  It’s in Poland.   Fr. Z. has the scoop, which sounds a lot like a miracle that I witnessed a few years ago, in Lanciano, Italy.  

A tale of two weddings

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

A missionary priest offers this beautiful glimpse at one part of the priestly life — and bearing witness to a precious sacrament, in two very different settings:   I had been away from Tanzania for one month enjoying a vacation […]

I still do: this couple begins every day by repeating their wedding vows

posted by deacon greg kandra

I can’t think of a better way of building up a marriage than starting every day the way this couple does: When most married couples vow to love, honor and cherish each other on their wedding day, that is often […]

Paper apologizes to Canada’s prime minister over communion story

posted by deacon greg kandra

You may remember the flap over this story, which reported that Canada’s non-Catholic prime minister had received communion — but instead of consuming it, pocketed the host. Now, a Canadian paper has apologized: The saga of the missing holy host […]

Take and eat?

posted by deacon greg kandra

Strange happenings in Austria, where a woman who claims ordination as a Catholic bishop is grabbing the spotlight — and the Body of Christ. Read on: The Sunday worship celebration in the Parish of St. Peter in Linz did not […]

Canada’s non-Catholic prime minister pockets communion host — UPDATED

posted by deacon greg kandra

Did he think he was getting a pocketful of miracles? You have to see this to believe it. Canada’s Prime Minister (who is not Catholic) receives communion. And then decides to hold onto it for…safekeeping? A souvenir? Good luck? H/T […]

‘Til death: “Every marriage has many more dimensions to it than faithfulness”

posted by deacon greg kandra

A recent high-profile extramarital affair has prompted New York Times to take a closer look at the institution of marriage — and what it finds might surprise you: Despite strong social riptides working against it — the liberalization of divorce […]

Bless me, Father, for I have unresolved issues with my mother

posted by deacon greg kandra

If you think confession is free psychiatric advice, think again: Confessing in the Catholic church has long provided material for Hollywood screen-writers, with a dark wooden booth, a priest’s stern silhouette glimpsed through a screen and the uttered phrase “Bless […]

Here comes everybody: 2009 edition

posted by deacon greg kandra

With a tip of the cap and a raised glass of Guiness to James Joyce, The Bench takes a cheerful look at the elect who are preparing to become the converted at next weekend’s Easter Vigil. A snapshot of the […]

Soulwow! For that almost-baptized feeling!

posted by deacon greg kandra

Those clever people who brought you the sensational Stop Good TV commercials (which put a certain diocesan TV channel on the map) are at it again. Below is a campaign for the Dioceses of Brooklyn and Rockville Centre, to draw […]

A reader writes

posted by deacon greg kandra

This showed up this afternoon in the comments of a post from nearly two years ago: I’m a Catholic, my fiance is not religious. He never had any sort of mention of God in his life and doesn’t seem to […]

Green light special: the story of all night absolution in New York

posted by deacon greg kandra

The Archdiocese of New York is kicking off Lent with a big push for an oft-neglected sacrament, reconciliation. Many churches offered it round-the-clock this weekend. And the New York Times dropped in to see what was going on: Around midnight […]

Pope to baptize California woman at Easter Vigil

posted by deacon greg kandra

Continuing his custom, Pope Benedict plans to baptize a number of new Catholics at the Easter Vigil this year — and one of them will be a woman from California. CNS reports: This year, parishioners at St. Joseph Church in […]

Re-opening the confessionals: “Salvation is not just a one-time deal”

posted by deacon greg kandra

With the news that the Archdiocese of New York is planning round-the-clock reconciliation to kick off Lent, the New York Times offers this look at how a church in a nearby diocese came to rediscover the sacrament: The day after […]

Confession 101: Part Deux

posted by deacon greg kandra

After posting Part 1 of “Confession 101,” the good folks at Busted Halo have now put up Part II — which stars Steve Carrell!! No, wait. That’s not Steve Carrell. It’s Fr. Dave Dwyer. (Carrell will play him in the […]

Confession 101

posted by deacon greg kandra

If you haven’t been in a while, the good folks at Busted Halo are offering this friendly primer. With Lent around the corner, it couldn’t come at a better time. H/T to the sinner in the video, God Googler, Mike […]

Odd communion moments: #523 in a continuing series — UPDATED

posted by deacon greg kandra

Last night, at the 5 p.m. vigil mass, the last woman in line for communion received the host, and then pulled out from her purse a brown paper napkin. “Can I have another?,” she asked. “I want to take it […]

The sins that only the pope can forgive

posted by deacon greg kandra

Few Catholics are aware of it, but now there’s word that the Vatican is lifting the veil on a secretive panel which deals with only the most serious of sins: One of the Vatican’s most secrecy shrouded tribunals, which handles […]

In England, Catholic weddings take the plunge

posted by deacon greg kandra

From across The Pond comes this sobering news about the startling drop in Catholic marriages: The number of marriages in Roman Catholic churches in Britain has fallen by a quarter since the start of the decade to just 9,950 last […]

Catholic teacher loses job for marrying without annulment

posted by deacon greg kandra

A Catholic school teacher in Texas has just lost her job — and is now considering suing the school. The issue: an annulment. Or lack thereof. The local paper has the story: Less than a week before Marquis LaFortune was […]

Denying communion Down Under

posted by deacon greg kandra

This happens so rarely, you can’t help but sit up and take notice. A government official in Australia was denied communion on Christmas Eve. And, it seems, it was all a big mistake. From the local press: Attorney-General Rob Hulls […]

Take our bread

posted by deacon greg kandra

I’ll bet you’ve never seen this before: the making of communion wafers at the Cavanaugh Company in Rhode Island, the largest manufacturer of altar bread in America. This comes from Michael Paulson, who posted it last week at Articles of […]

Another priest urges confession for Obama voters

posted by deacon greg kandra

It’s deja vu all over again. Yet another priest is telling his flock to make a trip to the confessional if they voted for Obama. From the Modesto (Calif.) Bee: Parishioners of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Modesto have been […]

What’s it feel like to be denied communion? — UPDATED

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Douglas Kmiec knows, and has posted this account of a day he’d rather forget: It was time for Communion. Notwithstanding the indictment of the homily, I did not think of myself as unworthy of receipt of the sacrament–at least no […]

What’s that strange sound coming from Staten Island?

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

It has to be Dorothy Day, turning over in her grave. To understand why, read this. “True obedience is a matter of love, which makes it voluntary, not compelled by fear or force.” -Dorothy Day

No water shortage: baptisms break a record in LA

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

This is a remarkable piece of news, from the City of Angels, and a wonderful reminder that the Church is continuing to thrive and grow. It comes from Cardinal Roger Mahony himself, in the pages of his archdiocescan newspaper, The […]

Nancy Pelosi, communicant

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

This news item didn’t get much attention — probably because of the vast (cough) audience (cough) of C-SPAN — but it’s noteworthy: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said she, unlike other Catholic politicians who support abortion rights, has not clashed […]

Quinn and communion, part deux

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Sally Quinn, famous non-Catholic communicant, has taken pen in hand to explain herself, after all the controversy surrounding her reception of the sacrament at Tim Russert’s funeral. She seems chastened by the experience: In a thoughtful and gently remonstrative piece […]

When Jesus met Sally: a non-Catholic receives communion

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

A new front seems to have opened up on the communion wars — and it involves someone who isn’t even Catholic. Fr. James Martin, S.J. has the scoop: In one of the strangest religious stories of the month, Sally Quinn, […]

When in Rome…

posted by deacon greg kandra

…you will receive communion from the Pope on your knees. That’s the word from the Catholic News Service: Receiving the Eucharist on the tongue while kneeling before the pope will become the norm at papal liturgies, said the Vatican’s liturgist. […]

Bless me, Father…

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

When was the last time you went to confession? This author, a college co-ed, has a confession of her own to make: it’s been a while: Gary Stern of the Journal News reported that in the wake of Pope Benedict’s […]

On your knees?

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

A number of people noticed that Pope Benedict distributed communion on the feast of Corpus Christi to faithful who were kneeling. Is something up? Catholic News Service says, no: The four dozen people who received Communion from Pope Benedict XVI […]

Quote of the day

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

“We prostrate ourselves before a God who, like a Good Samaritan, was first to bow to mankind as a way to rescue and give him new life, who knelt before us to wash our dirty feet. Worshiping the Body of […]

Bishop: no more communion outside of mass

posted by deacon greg kandra

A bishop in a neighboring diocese, Rockville Center, has just issued a pastoral letter, and he’s cracking down on how and where the Body of Christ is distributed. From Newsday (Long Island, New York): For three decades, students at elite […]

Communion and politicians: Wuerl weighs in

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

The Archbishop of Washington, Donald Wuerl, has now joined Cardinal Egan in discussing the controversy over communion during the pope’s visit. From the Catholic Standard: A decision regarding the refusal of Holy Communion to an individual is one that should […]

What makes Giuliani different

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Those who lump him together with the likes of Nancy Pelosi or Ted Kennedy may be mistaken. Or so suggests Elizabeth Scalia, at Inside Catholic: As a politician, Giuliani has never been a legislator or a judge; he has neither […]

The Rudy-Egan flap: “More like gossip than news”

posted by deacon greg kandra

Some New Yorkers, from the Rockville Center diocese, are now weighing in on the Rudy-Egan flap. Newsday has some reaction: Heading into the noon Mass at St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Centre Tuesday, Anne-Marie Patton said she had no doubts […]

Egan and Rudy, Part Deux

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

The controversy swirling around Rudy Giuliani receiving communion at St. Patrick’s just won’t stop. The latest to weigh in is Phil Lawler at CWN, who notes: In his public rebuke to Rudy Giuliani for improperly receiving Communion during Pope Benedict’s […]

BULLETIN: Egan “regrets” that Giuliani received communion

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Well, this bit of news is interesting — and it will be even more interesting to see how it plays out over the next few days: Moments ago, Edward Cardinal Egan issued a statement saying he deeply regrets former mayor […]

Magdi Christian Allam’s next sacrament: marriage

posted by deacon greg kandra

The astonishing story of the Muslim who was baptized by the Pope at the Easter Vigil now has another interesting twist. He will be married in the Church next month: The Muslim journalist Magdi Allam, who was received into the […]

Are you validly baptized? Married? Better check

posted by deacon greg kandra

The Vatican has just issued some guidelines and a clarifying statement on the sacrament of baptism and its validity that may throw some people into a tizzy — and maybe make a few lose sleep: Doctrinal and ecumenical officials at […]

Shameless plug: I like to be in America…

posted by deacon greg kandra

Your Humble Blogger can be found in the pages of the current issue of the Jesuit magazine America (subscription required). The title: “The Joy of Transformation” The subject: the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

White out: no white communion dresses allowed

posted by deacon greg kandra

For as long as I can remember — and I’m sure, well before that — little girls were receiving their first communion in white dresses. I thought that was a fairly standard tradition, with a distinct connection to both the […]

Who cut the cake?

posted by deacon greg kandra

What could be a better Valentine’s Day gift than to get married? Earlier this year, I posted a story about a mass wedding in Georgia. Well, they had something similar, on a much smaller scale, in my own backyard just […]

Confession: how often?

posted by deacon greg kandra

With Lent upon us, more people will likely be lining up outside confessionals, to take advantage of the Sacrament of Reconciliation. A diocesan paper has posted this helpful guideline for the sacrament, which comes to us via CNS: Q. In […]

What we don’t know about marriage and divorce

posted by deacon greg kandra

The bishops have more evidence, if any were needed, that when it comes to matters of faith, a lot of Catholics are seriously in the dark: Although nearly three-quarters of American Catholics say they are somewhat or very familiar with […]

Bless me, Father…

posted by deacon greg kandra

Been to confession lately? ‘Tis the season, you know. And if you need a good excuse to go, take a moment to read this compelling rumination on the sacrament by Elizabeth Scalia: My recollection of confession as a child is […]

Warning: deacon at work

posted by deacon greg kandra

A parishioner sent these to me this week: snapshots of Your Humble Blogger, hard at work (or hardly working) at the sacrament of baptism earlier this month. We had three little girls, baptized on the feast of the Epiphany. As […]

Bishop: kneel and receive on the tongue

posted by deacon greg kandra

In my experience as a minister of holy communion, I’ve noticed that an overwhelming number of the faithful prefer to receive the body of Christ standing, in their hands. That seems to be the predominant custom in the United States. […]

What God has joined: Catholic in faith, Anglican in marriage

posted by deacon greg kandra

Some curious news from north of the border, where Catholics are remaining Catholic, but choosing to be married in churches of another faith: Although they are still officially Roman Catholics, Alain Boisvert and Denise Hubert have decided to marry – […]

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