The Royal Priesthood of the Laity
Fr. Jack Peterson speaks on the role that lay people should be playing in the church.
How Catholics Can Realize the Royal Priesthood of the Laity and Rebuild a Church in Crisis
07 05 18 We are priests, prophets and kings
Homily by Father Ivan Carrillo at St. Boniface parish. For more information visit saintboniface.us
A Holy Nation, A Royal Priesthood
Fr. Carr talks about who we are as Catholics in light of St. Peter's letter from this week's 2nd reading. He also reflects upon the adoration this week at St. Paul's in Cambridge, MA
Fr. Carr is the author of three books, and two blogs. He also edits Catholicismanew.org for the Canção Nova Community and The Visitation for the Fraternity of Priests. You can reach Fr. Carr and his blogs through http://www.carrbooks.us
Fr Fryar on the Royal Priesthood
Una Voce Ventura and St Mary Magdalen Parish sponsored a talk by Fr. James Fryar, FSSP on the Royal Priesthood of the Laity on March 10, 2015. Fr. Fryar give a beautiful talk on the Ministerial priesthood and the royal priesthood of the laity, talking about the ways that we can cultivate "perfect" participation in the Sacrifice of the Mass as laity with our distinctive role and dignity. The more we fade away in this offering, the more Christ can come through in the offering of the sacrifice of the Mass.
How Lay People Can Make an Impact in The Mission of the Church with Sherry Weddell
"The Power of the Laity"
Will the Gospel take root here or not?
#laity #Catholicism #Catholic
The Role of Laity In the Church Today - Professor Helen Alvaré.
Empowerment of Catholic Laity in the 21st Century: Professor Helen Alvaré.
Bishop Barron on Vatican II and the Power of the Laity
Role of the Laity
In our last DC episode, Joan speaks about the role of the laity and the unique mission field that each member has.
Vatican II principle: Active role of the laity
As we continue our series on the key principles of the Second Vatican Council, this week's Do You Know video explores why Vatican II called for the active role of the laity. For many centuries, the church functioned as a hierarchical, two class structure composed of the ordained and the non-ordained, or the laity. The ordained, because of their ordination, were considered the professionals responsible for carrying out the church's mission while the laity, the non-professionals, were merely passive, doing the bidding of the ordained. Vatican II responded to a call from many voices to promote the active role of the laity, based on their baptismal call and commitment. The council partici...
Mission of the Laity - Apostolicam Actuositatem
Priesthood of All Believers
The Second Vatican Council mentions the "priesthood of all believers"... what the heck is that?