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Online Edition - Vol. IX, No. 3: May 2003

Table of Contents

Encyclical on the Eucharist:Restore Doctrine, Piety -- End Abuses -- Pope John Paul II's 14th encyclical deplores "shadows"; stresses Mass as sacrifice; announces forthcoming disciplinary "precriptions" to overcome liturgical abuses.... by Helen Hull Hitchcock

News -- Cardinal Arinze to Address FDLC Meeting; Bishop Trautman to Receive Award -- Holy See's reasons "trifling, insufficient" -- "God is a Village" -- Translation Problems in Germany, France

Ecclesia de Eucharistia -- Encyclical on the Eucharist and Its Relationship to the Church of His Holiness Pope John Paul II to the Bishops, Priests and Deacons; Men and Women in the Consecrated Life and All the Lay Faithful (April 17, 2003)

Congregation for Divine Worship affirms Confessions during Triduum - (April 9, 2003)

Liturgical Latin Reconsidered -- Did the Council foresee the different kinds of comprehension required for inspirational liturgy...? by Joseph P. Swain

Reader's Forum - May 2003 -- Bishop of New Ulm Comments -- Power of Language -- Musicians Serve -- Selecting Music Online -- EZ Online Liturgy -- Where Can We Go? -- Not Judgmental -- Let's Follow the Pope -- Struggle to Stay Catholic -- Protestantized Pools -- Modernist Music -- Wiccan Influence on Catholic Ritual --Lucy Carroll's Churchmice

The Rosary of Our Lady -- excerpt from the book, The Rosary of Our Lady by Fr. Romano Guardini

Regina Cæli -- Throughout the Easter Season -- until Pentecost -- the Regina Cæli (Queen of Heaven) is said as the mealtime Angelus prayer. The "Hail Holy Queen" (Salve Regina) often said at the end of the Rosary may be added.


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