On the Eucharist and Sacrifice

The Rev. Matt Olver of Nashotah House discusses tensions in understandings of the Holy Eucharist, and how Pope Benedict XVI helps resolve them.

Reveling in Hope

When I saw that the New Cambridge Singers and the Cambridge Baroque Camerata would perform Bach’s last triumphant masterwork, I knew I would not miss it.

The Shape of Lent

From the inside, Lent is a complex warren, laden with nutrition for the Christian soul.

Bonaventure at 800

Douglas Dales shows how St. Bonaventure’s commentary is indebted to both the Franciscan tradition and patristic exegesis.