Editorial: Instaurare Omnia

There is an unprecedented crisis in our cities, yet most are not aware of it.

Cultural Landscapes of Religious Pluralism: Networks of Difference and the Common Good

What does it mean to enact religious pluralism, a key component of the American project?

John Anton Mallin: Ecclesiastical Artist and Decorator in Twentieth-Century Chicago

John Anton Mallin was a well-known ecclesiastical artist and decorator in Chicago, whose works are found in more than one hundred churches and chapels, as well as several residences, banks, and theaters. His career spanned almost sixty years, from the time he came to Chicago in 1907 until he retired in 1963.

“Urbs Ierusalem Beata”: The Hymn for Evening Prayer for the Dedication of a Church

The hymn “Urbs Ierusalem beata” (Blessed city, Jerusalem), by an unknown author, is from the eighth or ninth century at the latest. The Liturgy of the Hours as revised by Pope Paul VI, consistent with the tradition, has assigned it to Evening Prayer for the anniversary of the dedication of a church.

On the Occasion of the Tenth Anniversary of the Publication of the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum

As you know, what was called “the liturgical movement” in the early twentieth century was the intention of Pope Saint Pius X, expressed in another motu proprio entitled Tra le sollicitudini (1903), to restore the liturgy so as to make its treasures more accessible, so that it might also become again the source of authentically Christian life.