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Online Edition - May 2005

Vol. XI, No. 3

Table of Contents

Benedict, the Bear, and the Shell: Explanation of the Pope's Name and Symbolism in the Papal Coat of Arms by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Liturgical Norms and Liturgical Piety by Cardinal Francis Arinze

Knees to Love Christ by Bishop Thomas Olmsted

Homily at the Mass for the Election of the Roman Pontiff -- St. Peter's Basilica - April 18, 2005 -- Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger

Pope Benedict XVI - First Message to the College of Cardinals - April 20, 2005 -- A Pope of Christ, Communion, Collegiality

"A Language by its Nature Universal, Immutable, Non-vernacular", Thoughts about teaching Latin today in a theological institute by Andrei Gotia

My First Year with the Eucharist by Carolyn Foster

Readers' Forum - May 2005 -- Doxology after Responsory |Chapter and Verse on "Orans" | RCIA & Anointing | Church and Health Care | AB Should Be More Thoughtful | Altar Server Attire | Saint Joseph and the Liturgy


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