Archbishop Encouraged by ARCIC III

Minister of Music
An Interview with Jeremy Begbie
By Stephanie Gehring
Many people first see Jeremy Begbie at a distance, onstage with a grand piano. He sits on a piano stool, leans forward with a lover’s total attention, and plays four bars of anything from Chopin to Boulez.

16 The Catholic Congress
Milwaukee, 1926
By Richard J. Mammana, Jr.
All agreed that “the climax of the Congress was the solemn pontifical Mass at All Saints’ Cathedral on Wednesday morning,” the second day of the Congress. The procession included 400 bishops, priests, and seminarians.

20 Families and Accountability
By R. Mwita Akiri
We live in a world of God-given, non-accidental diversity. Some of this diversity is represented by our respective geographic, economic, cultural and social settings. Our Christian experiences and understandings differ from one another, as do our approaches to hermeneutics.

In Tuneful Accord by Trevor Beeson
Review by Walter Knowles

14 The Eucharist and Ecumenism by George Hunsinger
Review by Leander S. Harding


Catholic Voices
Why Eucharistic Sharing Must Wait
By Charles J. Cassini

Other Departments
25 Cæli enarrant
30 People & Places
32 Sunday’s Readings