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Online Edition - Vol. IX, No. 1: March 2003

Table of Contents

"Unless the diocesan bishop determines otherwise" -- Are there any limits to a bishop's authority to change liturgical rules? -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock -- People are confused. Are all dioceses in a given country supposed to follow the same rules for the celebration of Mass?

News - Doctrine Committee to review outdated "devotional materials" -- Liturgical progressives for preserving the status quo? -- The Wind Beneath...? -- Adoremus on the 'net -- ICEL on eBay Redux Redux... -- Cardinal Arinze keynotes Denver Liturgy Conference

Bishop Tafoya's rules: Legitimate variations? Agree to Disagree? -- Among the several bishops who are mandating significant departures from the regulations adopted by the US bishops is Pueblo Bishop Arthur Tafoya.

Adaptations -- IGMR -- Excerpts

How to Heal the Liturgy to the Roots -- Reviewed by Father Elias Carr -- A Book Review of A Pope and a Council on the Sacred Liturgy by Aidan Nichols, OP

Questions and Answers on Changes in the Mass -- Gestures and Posture I

Readers' Forum for March 2003 -Veiling Statues and Crosses during Lent -- Blessings during Communion -- Traditional Mass -- Group Confession -- Washing Feet on Holy Thursday -- Music Director Search -- ...On Our Knees -- Where's the IGMR? -- Society of Saint Pius X -- Memorial Acclamation -- Adoration -- The Nods and Knees -- Background music -- Dropping a Host? -- Anointing of the Sick -- Greeting of peace -- No Genuflecting? -- Responses -- Baptism invalid? -- "The building itself is a city set on a hill"

John Paul II - Give Praise through the Beauty of Music -- Reflection on Psalm 150


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