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Online Edition - Vol. V, No. 10: February 2000

Table of Contents

ICEL needs "thoroughgoing reform"
Vatican's latest move to correct translation problems
by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Cardinal Medina's letter to Bishop TaylorICEL snapshots
A series of quotations help track translations controversies
by Staff

Translation Wars Loom in Japan
New Japanese Missal sparks controversy
by Francis Mutsuo Fukushima

Japanese Bishops Seek "Asian Way"
with links to the web site of the Japanese Bishops' Conference

The Real Presence: Center of Faith and Witness
Pro-life leader explains why we must never "hide" the tabernacle
by John C. Willke, MD

In the News...
"She Who Is" author lectures on Mary in Saint Louis; Speculation on early papal retirement; Sacrament safe in seminary fire; Intercommunion in Austria; Conference on Aquinas and natural law; Covington cathedral renovation triggers concern; Wicca, si, "Old Mass", no"A question of what our gods are"
Bishop Joseph Adamec of Altoona-Johnstown predicts "conflict and division"

Unexpected Splendor in Alabama
The Consecration of Mother Angelica's Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament
by James Hitchcock

 

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