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Online Edition:
May 2012
Vol. XVIII, No. 3

Table of Contents

Viri Galilei Quid, from Gradual of San Michele a Murano. Don Silvestro dei Gherarducci. c 1395 Tempera and gold on parchment. Morgan Library & Museum, New York


News & Views -- CMAA Colloquium: The Beauty of Catholic Liturgical Music | US Bishops Call for Prayer: "A Fortnight for Freedom" | UK Cardinal Says Christians Should Wear Crosses | Canada Ordinariate Launched

Our Babel of Bibles -- Scripture, Translation, and the Possibility of Spiritual Understanding -- by David Lyle Jeffrey

Singing the Mass: Liturgical Music as Participation in Christ -- by Bishop Thomas J. Olmstead

The Power of Smells and Bells -- Can the Liturgy evangelize? -- by Joanna Bogle

Readers' Forum: Adoremus Hymnal | Three Questions | Apostles' Creed Only? | Holy Smoke | Study Bibles? | Marian Hymns for Confirmation | Why Subscribe to AB?

Pentecost - May 27, 2012

The Novena to the Holy Spirit brochure contains prayers for the nine days. The novena is drawn from traditional sources, and is suitable for either personal or group prayer. It has been granted the imprimatur of St. Louis Bishop Robert Hermann.


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