Fr. Richard Hilgartner, Executive Director of the Secretariat of Divine Worship, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), shares some of the changes behind the new translation of the Roman Missal. He particularly talks about the challenges and opportunities about sharing these changes in the context of youth ministry. Video is taken from the 2010 Life Teen Liturgy and Music Conference.
I need to make a disclaimer, if only to bring myself peace. I was probably less involved in the events of 9/11 than most anyone in the area. I had just moved to Long Island 18 months before. I didn’t know a lot of people. There is nothing that I did that was “heroic” or “spectacular.” I’m writing this from my own perspective. I’m not saying that anything I did was right or wrong. I’m not making any political statements. This is simply how I remember this event and its impact in
Goal for the Life Night: The goal for this night is to understand how the four marks give the Church her identity and mission. This night will also help the teens understand their identity as Catholic Christians today. Life Night at a Glance: The four marks of the Church form the pillars on which our faith has been built. This Life Night will give your teens the opportunity to explore true nature of the Catholic Church as well as their own identity as a Catholic Christian. Each part of the Life Night