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Online Edition - Vol. VI, No. 8: November 2000

Table of Contents

Origin of ICEL'S "Original Texts", Part III -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock and Susan Benofy

"Active Participation" in Chant -- "The music in the house of God must be for the glory of God and the edification of the Faithful. The music must be worship of God, not of men". -- by the Right Reverend Martin B. Hellriegel

Infelicities in the New Lectionary for Mass --Now that we have heard the new Lectionary for almost two years, it is time to look at what we have been listening to. --by Father Ralph Wright, OSB

Dress, Demeanor, Discipline Show How We Value Holy Mass -- by Bishop Robert Vasa

When did Bach find time to pray? -- by Terry Mattingly

NEWS -- Update on Chicago's new liturgical institute -- St. Paul causes "domestic violence"? -- Jerusalem Bible News -- "Catholic Youth Bible" tops 125,000 in sales -- Pope: Rediscover riches of liturgy -- Third Reconquering Sacred Space conference


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