by Hans Boersma
The bodily presence of Christ in the wafer and the bodily presence of the believers in church are two sides of the same coin. Continue Reading »
by James A. Hamel
Social distancing rules have complicated the Rites of Christian Burial and the customary human interactions that accompany the death of a loved one. Continue Reading »
by Ephraim Radner
We have argued now for weeks about whether we can celebrate the Eucharist as a people; and now we must show the larger civil society that it is possible to do so. Continue Reading »
by John Safranek, M.D.
My spiritual life is the most important aspect of my being, and the Eucharist is the “source and summit” of my faith—yet it was deemed less essential than daycare. Continue Reading »