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Online Edition - Vol. IX, No. 6: September 2003

Table of Contents

Catholics to Celebrate Holy Father's Silver Jubilee -- October 16, 1978 - October 16, 2003 -- "Open wide the doors to Christ" Theme for Pope John Paul II's Pontificate -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Cardinal Arinze Convenes Meeting with Bishops -- Translation, "inculturation", authority issues form agenda for October 21 meeting with presidents and liturgy officials of English-speaking bishops' conferences -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock

News -- Cardinal Sodano Proposes Review of Post-conciliar Liturgical Reform -- New CDW Secretary -- Uniform Posture Important, Msgr. Moroney Tells Priests -- Deconstructing Mary Magdalene -- AB to Seminary Libraries

Communion by Intinction: A "New" Way of Receiving Communion in Both Kinds -- Intinction may be unfamiliar - but would more Catholics receive the Precious Blood at Mass if this reverent method of administering it were used? Is it time to change our ways? -- by Susan Benofy (Helen Hull Hitchcock contributed to this essay)

Diocesan Posture Directives Create a Stir -- Adoremus Responds -- Cleveland's daily paper, The Plain Dealer, reported changes in the Catholic Liturgy, August 25, 2003. -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock

FDLC Convention 2003: "Winds of Change, Fires of Hope" -- Cardinal Arinze to Keynote, Bishop Trautman to Receive Award

Musicians in Catholic Worship: Part II Where Have All the Organists Gone? -- by Lucy E. Carroll

Magnificent Music in Milan -- Cathedral Choir Celebrates Sixth Centenary with Concert Series --Comments by Sandro Magister www.chiesa -- Virtually a Festival of Great Sacred Music in the Duomo -- by Paolo Isotta

Readers' Forum -- Altered Consecration -- Our Style -- Abolish the Lectors -- Why All the Fuss? -- Bible Translations -- Protestant Sacraments -- Reading the Word of God -- About the News -- On Banishing the Soloists -- Like Minds in Canada? -- Latin Rite Wedding - and Wedding Hymns -- Thee and Thou: The Last Word -- Sign of Peace -- Communion: Row-by-Row -- Encyclical in AB Prompts Adoration -- Grateful to AB  -- AB's Alarmist Techniques -- Thrilled with St. Agnes -- Come Visit -- The Lingering Impact of Abuses

Feast of Saint Michael and all Archangels

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