Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Online Edition - June 2004
Vol. X No. 4
Table of Contents
Monsignor Anthony La Femina, Iconographer [© 2004. Used with permission.]
News & Views-- Debunking Myths: Vatican Liturgical Dance Rivals "Cats"? -- Georgetown: Crucifix Must Stay, Muslim Chaplain says -- Consultation on Catechism Compendium Completed -- New School in Venice Links East and West
On the Eucharist: Source and summit of the Life and mission of the Church -- [2005 Synod of Bishops - Lineamenta] Holy See publishes Lineamenta, for 10th world Synod of Bishops; invites responses to questions -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock
What You Really Must Know about Gregorian Chant -- Benedictine Abbey in Britain publishes "The Beginners Book of Chant" -- First chapter inside.
Hymns, Hymnals, Composers and Choir Schools: Philadelphia's Historic Contributions to Catholic Liturgical Music -- by Lucy Carroll
The Living Liturgy:A Gift from Heaven -- Excerpt on the Liturgy from "God in the World" Cardinal Ratzinger
Readers' Forum -- June 2004 -- Cardinal George's Speech -- Queries: Offertory and Act of Contrition -- On Marian Hymns at Mass -- Hymns for HIM -- Last Words on "Father Mikey" -- Names Protocol -- Church Shopping? -- Accompanying the Eucharistic Prayer -- Will the Instruction Stop the Abuses? -- Holy Thursday --"Communion Services" -- Debts and Trespasses
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