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Online Edition - Vol. VI, No. 2: April 2000

Table of Contents

Jubilee Rome -- Heart of the Church, Soul of a Pilgrimage -- by Sheila Gribben Liaugminas

Vatican: ICEL Psalter "a danger to faith" -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Liturgy as Ecology -- The seminarian's liturgical education -- by Robert J. Johansen, Jr.

Arizona Gothic -- St. Joan of Arc's "modern Gothic" church combines contemporary construction with classic details -- by Staff

In the News. . . -- Protestors desecrate Montreal cathedral; Liturgist becomes chaplain of US House of Representatives; San Antonio cathedral slated for renovation; Vosko lectures at Notre Dame; Letter to Hebrews fragment found; Bible publisher's Ramsey book raises eyebrows; Creed change: What's in a word?; Liturgical music conference at Christendom College

Jumping the Gun -- A new book on the Sacramentary doesn't mention likely Vatican changes -- by Staff

The Controversial Sign of Redemption -- A Lenten Meditation -- by John B. Manos


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