Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Online Edition - Vol. V, No. 8: November 1999Table of Contents
Bishop's Decree Raises Questions -- A decree issued by Birmingham Bishop David Foley forbidding any priest within his diocese to celebrate Mass facing the altar raises many questions. -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock
EACW re-do "seriously flawed", says expert -- Noted church architect Duncan Stroik critiques Domus Dei, the ninth draft of a document that may replace the controversial EACW
A Different Kind of "Hands-On" Priest -- "Father Fix-It" rebuilds parishes by hand in New Bedford, Massachusetts -- by Penny Humphrey
[Re]turn to the East? -- A young priest asks if it is time to consider a change in practice. -- by Father Thomas Kocik
In the News ... -- Dutch Old Catholics ordain first woman "priest"; Deep Waters: "Call your pool a font"; "Gender sensitive" youth Bible to debut in St. Louis; Baptizing Kwanzaa?; Cardinal Ratzinger Stresses Mystery of Church in New Book; New guidelines for non-Catholic Communion in Rockville Centre
"More than the liberty of a translator" -- Thomas Cranmer to Henry VIII on liturgical translation
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