Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Online Edition - May 2007
Vol. XIII, No. 3
Table of Contents
News & Views -- Mundelein Retreat for Church Musicians | Lumen Christi Institute Symposium | Sacred Music Chant Workshop in Stamford
Lineamenta Presented for 2008 Synod -- Twelfth World Synod of Bishops: "The Word of God in the Life and Mission of the Church"
Monsignor Richard Schuler-- December 30, 1020 - April 20, 2007-- Church loses Sacred Music Champion
Why is Limbo in the Limelight? by Helen Hull Hitchcock
Readers' Forum -- About the “Core Repertoire” of Sacred Music | Look on the Bright Side | Mass and Liturgy of the Hours | Applause and Communal Penance | Candles and Adoration | Paschal Candle | Performing the Passion | Shaker Songs? | Rite of Sprinkling | Douay-Rheims
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