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Indian archbishop resigns over dispute on celebration of liturgy in Syro-Malabar...

Archbishop Antony Kariyil of Ernakulam-Angamaly archdiocese in Kerala state resigned on Tuesday July 26.

Why Pope Francis is so concerned with the liturgy

Why is this topic so important to Pope Francis? In a word, because he is concerned about unity, a liturgy expert said

Pope Francis pens letter on liturgy after ‘Traditionis Custodes’

The pope said he wanted “to invite the whole Church to rediscover, to safeguard, and to live the truth and power" of the celebration

The Eucharistic life

Our liturgy most certainly enables the infinity of God to reach out to and through the finite limits of the human condition

Pope Francis asks opponents of Syro-Malabar uniform liturgy to take ‘painful...

This is the second time that Pope Francis has intervened directly in the liturgical debate

Re-reading liturgy in Vatican II: Hard questions from the rough grounds

What has “Sancrosanctum Concilium” got to do with my life, as an ordinary Christian?

Vatican liturgy office issues guidelines for catechist ministry

“It is fitting that those called to the instituted ministry of Catechist be men and women of deep faith and human maturity"

Jesuit priest who enhanced liturgy in India’s Bengali mission dies at...

Father Jean Engelbert was director of liturgy for the Calcutta archdiocese when St. John Paul II visited India in February 1986

India’s Syro-Malabar Church to implement ‘uniform’ celebration of liturgy

Cardinal George Alencherry called on the clergy and the faithful to set aside "individual preferences" and to work toward unity

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