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Online Edition - Vol. VII, No. 5-6: July-August 2001

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Bishops Propose Liturgy Adaptations for US; Issue Statement on Real Presence -- New US rules for Communion in both species proposed -- Report and transcript from the June meeting of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in Atlanta, Georgia. -- by Helen Hitchcock and Susan Benofy

Postures of the People at Mass -- Bishops propose to retain kneeling for the entire Eucharistic prayer, designate standing as posture for receiving Holy Communion.

Archbishop Oscar Lipscomb's address to bishops on Liturgiam Authenticam -- Chairman of the Bishops Committee on the Liturgy outlines the document's effects on the American Church.

Buried Treasure Sacred Music in the Twentieth Century Liturgical Reform, Part IV of a 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. -- By Susan Benofy, PDF version of all 5 parts

News -- Cardinal Ratzinger's 50th Anniversary | The ICEL Man Cometh | Holy Smoke?

Saint Louis Eucharistic Congress draws 32,000 -- Cardinal Schotte urges attendees to practice traditional Eucharistic piety. -- By Matthew Grantham


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