From the Center for Liturgy at Saint Louis University
An international work of Saint Louis University,
the Sunday Web Site
has had one and a half million page views in
the last 16 months.
It provides a way for Catholics and other liturgical Churches to
pray, peruse, and understand the readings that are the focus of
the coming Sunday’s Mass.
People from the whole assembly use the Sunday Web Site, from Presider
down to the people in the pews. This fulfills the Second Vatican
Council’s prescription for a weekly alternation between public
worship on Sunday and personal prayer and preparation during the
A. Saint Louis University Student Writing:
Student reflections form an integral component of the site. Considerations
are written by students of Saint Louis University
consist of thoughts and a prayer specifically for college students
the specific Sunday Mass.
B. The Main Site Offers Four Entrances to the Spirituality
(1) PRAYING TOWARD SUNDAY: Prayer to aid contemplation of the Sunday readings:
(2) SPIRITUALITY FOR SUNDAY: Spirituality drawn from the Readings for the coming
Sunday together with the Season of the Church year. We believe that spirituality
is essential to participation in the Mass.
(3) GET TO KNOW THE READINGS: Not homilies but ideas on the readings, expert
analysis of them and the culture they came out of. All new each week.
(4) MUSIC OF SUNDAY'S MASS: Four to six carefully selected parishes through this
country provide a listing of what music each of them has chosen for a Sunday.
We also offer sample General Intercessions done by Joe Milner of St. Francis
Church located on Saint Louis University's campus.
The Sunday Web Site has been in operation since December, 2001*.