Adoremus Interviews
The Many Senses of the Liturgical Haptic

The Many Senses of the Liturgical Haptic

November 19, 2021

This week we speak with Fr. Eusebius Martis OSB about his recent article in Adoremus Bulletin, "The Many Senses of the Liturgical Haptic." Fr. Martis is a monk of Marmion Abbey in Aurora, IL and a former director of the Liturgical Institute. 

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

The Necessary Moral and Physical Criteria for True Participation in the Liturgy?

The Necessary Moral and Physical Criteria for True Participation in the Liturgy?

October 26, 2021

This week we speak with Dr. Aaron Sanders, Director of the Office for Worship in the Diocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan, about his recent article in Adoremus Bulletin, ”Presence of Mind and Body – What are the Necessary Moral and Physical Criteria for True Participation in the Liturgy?

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

The Integrated Liturgical Vision of Alexander Schmemann

The Integrated Liturgical Vision of Alexander Schmemann

September 28, 2021

This week we speak with Fr. Thomas Kocik about his recent article in Adoremus bulletin titled, "In the Name of Liturgy and Theology and Piety: The Integrated Liturgical Vision of Alexander Schmemann."

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

The Quiet That Speaks

The Quiet That Speaks

August 24, 2021

This week we speak with Fr. Boniface Hicks OSB about his recent reflections titled, The Quiet That Speaks – Per huius aquae et vini mysterium: “By the mystery of this water and wine”

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

“Altared” States: Easterly Orientation in the Celebration of the Eucharist

“Altared” States: Easterly Orientation in the Celebration of the Eucharist

July 23, 2021

This week we speak with Fr. Dylan Schrader about his recent articled titled, "'Altared' States: Easterly Orientation in the Celebration of the Eucharist."  

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

Sacramental Preparation for Parents

Sacramental Preparation for Parents

June 22, 2021

This week we speak with Christopher Carstens about how to prepare your children for the sacraments.  

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

Your Faith on Your Sleeve: Why Vesting Prayers Never Go Out of Fashion

Your Faith on Your Sleeve: Why Vesting Prayers Never Go Out of Fashion

May 24, 2021

This week we speak with Fr. Michael Rennier about his recent articled titled, "Your Faith on Your Sleeve: Why Vesting Prayers Never Go Out of Fashion."  

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

Pandemic “Idle” Worship: Religious Structures and the Redemption of Free Time

Pandemic “Idle” Worship: Religious Structures and the Redemption of Free Time

April 28, 2021

This week we speak with Abbot Austin Murphy, OSB about his recent articled titled, "Pandemic “Idle Worship: Religious Structures and the Redemption of Free Time."  

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

Muted Tones? Liturgical Singing in Time of Pandemic

Muted Tones? Liturgical Singing in Time of Pandemic

March 24, 2021

This week we speak with Alexis Kutarna about her recent articled titled, "Muted Tones? Liturgical Sining in Time of Pandemic."

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

Ignatius Press Bible Offers Something Ever-Ancient, Ever-New

Ignatius Press Bible Offers Something Ever-Ancient, Ever-New

February 24, 2021

This week we speak with Jeremy Priest about his recent review of the new Ignatius Press Note-taking and Journaling Bible.

We are proud to partner with The Liturgical Institute for their online study program. Find out more about these online offerings at www.liturgy.online

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