Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Online Edition - Vol. VII, No. 1: March 2001
Table of Contents
Buried Treasure - Can the Church recover her musical birthright? -- by Susan Benofy
Part I of a new series on Church music in the 20th Century liturgical reform, the effort to recover Gregorian Chant and encourage active participation by the congregation through music. Part I begins with Pope St. Pius X and ends just before the Second Vatican Council., PDF version of all 5 parts
Actions of the Holy See on Liturgy and Sacred Music 1903-1974 - Chronology -- A list of key 20th century documents on Church Music.
News -- Summa time, when the readin' ain't easy | Chant leads to fervent Masses, Pope says | Avoid superficiality in church design | The Cardinal Surprises | USCCB Statutes approved | Nun loses job at Jesuit Urban Center
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