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Online Edition - March 2005

Vol. XI, No. 1 

Table of Contents

The face of Christ on Veronica's Veil, by Claude Mellan, 1623, copper engraving.

News & Views - Bishop Lynch to FDLC: "Enough already" -- Swiss Bishops on Lay Preaching -- Chicago Conference: "The Lost Language of Vatican II" -- Cardinal Arinze to Address St. Louis Liturgy Conference

The Centrality of the Holy Eucharist in the Christian Life - Address given February 7, 2005 at St. Peter the Apostle Church in Naples, Florida. -- by Cardinal Francis Arinze

Sanctus Bells --Their History and Use in the Catholic Church -- "Most Catholic Christians are familiar with Sanctus bells. Though the bells are still heard in many parishes, many wonder about them. Some long to hear their joyful sounds; and some erroneously believe their use during the Mass is now prohibited." -- by Matthew Herrera

"How Great Thou Aren't"? A lament on new church buildings -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Signs and Wonders -- The way we worship is not just a matter of style to be updated when fashions change: it expresses what we most deeply believe to be true. -- by Anthony Corvaia, Jr.

Readers' Forum -- March 2005 - Communion in the Absence of a Priest -- Music Approval? -- Worship Worries -- On Inculturation -- Doubting the Real Presence -- Children's Liturgies -- Elevation at the Consecration -- Extraordinary Minister Training -- Intinction -- What Should the Altar Servers Wear?

Family Stations of the Cross -- Adapted from Women for Faith & Family's Lent and Easter Sourcebook


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