Pope Francis is calling the entire Church – laity, religious and clergy – to change our way of being Church, to become a more Synodal… Read More »Signs of the Times: Creating a Synodal Church
Catherine Vincie, RSHM
Sister Catherine was a professor of sacramental and liturgical theology at the Aquinas Institute of Theology, at Saint Louis University for 20 years, and has written several books, articles and book chapters about Christian initiation, Eucharist, and liturgy and justice. As a liturgical musician, she is also interested in the role of the arts in past and current liturgical celebrations.
The Second Vatican Council began its work on October 11, 1962. The Ecumenical Council not only affirmed the Church’s life and doctrinal patrimony, but also… Read More »The 60th Anniversary of Vatican II: Ecclesial and Liturgical Reform
June 30 to July 3, 2022, Rome, Italy Representatives from the 19 members of the Global Network of RHSM Schools met in Rome, Italy from… Read More »The Conference of the Global Network of RSHM Schools
I am convinced that what ties the past and the present and what foreshadows a future filled with hope in the schools and ministries which… Read More »The RSHM Legacy: The Human Person as an Embodied Spirit
The relationship between Roman Catholic beliefs/ practices and societal norms has always been complex and ranged from agreement to outright opposition. Church teaching has also… Read More »Signs of the Times: Public policy and Eucharistic reception
When we read the Deuteronic text about keeping the law and all the statues and decrees, our hearts may start to deflate. What kind of… Read More »“Extremists in Love” – A Reflection on the Feast of the Institute 2018