Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Online Edition - April 2005
Vol. XI, No. 2
Table of Contents
Pope John Paul II - Karol Wojtyla
In Paradisum deducant te Angeli
"What was destroyed was rebuilt..."
"This night is truly extraordinary -- a night in which the blazing light of the Risen Christ conquers in a definitive way the power of the darkness of evil and death, and rekindles hope and joy in believers' hearts. "Dear ones, guided by the liturgy, let us pray to the Lord Jesus that the world will see and recognize that, thanks to His passion, death and resurrection, what was destroyed was rebuilt, what was old became new and everything returned, more beautiful than before, to its original integrity".
- John Paul II - Easter Vigil Message, March 26, 2005
News & Views -- CDW Plenary Session: Approval of texts a topic | Vox Clara Sees "Impressive Improvements" | Music Colloquium at Catholic University | Gregorian Chant Workshops at St. Michael's Institute
Turning Towards the Lord, Orientation in Liturgical Prayer by U.M. Lang
Christ's Presence in the Eucharist, True, Real and Substantial by Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ
Letter of Pope John Paul II to Cardinal Francis Arinze, On the Occasion of the Plenary Assembly of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, March 3, 2005
Readers' Forum - April 2005 -- -- Indult Expiry? | Silent Organ? | Been There, Done That, Now What? | New Rubrics? | The Humility of Kneeling | Glory Be... | When Can I Leave Mass? | Color of Wine | Female Priests - Again? | Non-Catholic Musicians?
The Good News at Holy Ghost -- by Joanna Bogle
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