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Online Edition - Vol. VIII, No. 1: March 2002

Table of Contents

Art, Image and Artists - Part II -- Sacred art, inspired by faith, both reflects and informs the culture -- by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger

Milwaukee: Cathedral of Saint John reopens after controversial renovation -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Re-pitching the Wrecking Ball Feverish haste to remodel churches reflects radical renovation of theology -- by Matthew Grantham

The Question of Altar Girls Revisited Recent Letter from the Holy See clarifies earlier ruling -- by Kenneth D. Whitehead

Shades of the Seventies: "Wonder Bread" Masses "Real Food" vs "Real Presence"?; Illicit or Invalid?; Ecumenism, multiculturalism and theology. -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock

News - What of Holy Days? | Saving Catholic Art | Spinning the GIRM | Moves is Monterey | No problem with women priest, Irish bishop says |The norm is kneeling

The Reality of the Real Presence - Some have questioned Christ's "physical presence" in the Eucharist -- what does this mean? -- a theological explanation. -- by Donald J. Keefe, SJ -- (Text includes an excerpt from Mysterium Fidei of Paul VI, "The Physical Reality of Christ's Body and Blood in the Eucharist", for full text see Church Documents, Mysterium Fidei)


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