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Online Edition - April - May 2004

Vol. X No. 2-3

Table of Contents

The Divine Mercy Chapel - John Haigh (link to story below)

The Discipline of the Eucharist: Holy See Releases Redemptionis Sacramentum, Norms for Celebration of Mass Instruction on Liturgy, called for in Ecclesia de Eucharistia, is presented at the Vatican on Saint George's Day -- By Helen Hull Hitchcock

News & Views -- ICEL Prelates --International Eucharistic Congress in Guadalajara -- Volume Marks 40th Anniversary of Council's Constitution on Liturgy -- Cardinal Arinze to Speak at Thomas Aquinas College Commencement -- Homer Nods ... -- Favor or Grace

NOTE: A focus of this issue of Adoremus Bulletin is church architecture; so as a special feature of this online edition, we include many images that appeared in the hard-copy edition (courtesy the architects). However, not all illustrations in the main articles by Thomas Gordon Smith and Michael Rose are included in this online edition.

Ave Maria University Reveals Plans for Giant Church -- As part of a plan for a new campus... Ave Maria University recently unveiled detailed designs for the centerpiece building of its community -- a church. -- by Michael S. Rose

Church Architecture and "Full and Active Participation" Does the architectural style of our churches influence the way we worship? -- by Thomas Gordon Smith

The Divine Mercy Chapel ­ Ireland -- The design of a new campus for St. Patrick's Academy, a small Catholic secondary school in Ireland, is the subject of my thesis at the Notre Dame School of Architecture. The design for the campus includes all-new school buildings and play fields -- but the heart of the campus is unquestionably its chapel. -- by John Haigh

Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity chapel -- Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity chapel is prominently located at the head of the main quadrangle at Thomas Aquinas College. This central location reflects the important role of faith in the pursuit of wisdom. Administration and classroom buildings, connected to the chapel by arcades, will complete the quadrangle. -- by Duncan Stroik

Design for Oakland Cathedral - by Domiane Forte

Design for Saint Agnes Chapel - by Marcantonio Architects

Dignus est Agnus - A Worthy Work from a New Musician -- Can small parishes and chapels have genuine sacred music at all celebrations of Sunday Mass? If you think it's not possible, talk to Jeff Ostrowski...

Readers' Forum -- April - May 2004 - Restoring Rails Revisited -- On Using Priest's Nicknames -- We Honor "Padrecito" -- Instrumentation -- Self-Communion -- AB Helpful for Dissertation -- New Roman Calendar -- It's Just as Bad Down Under -- Hoping for Beautiful Music -- Nix on "Inclusive Language" -- Prayer Cards for Troops -- Mass for the People -- Articles on Sacred Music -- Mystified -- Kneeling after Agnus Dei

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