Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Online Edition: June-July 2011
Vol. XVII, No. 4
Table of Contents
News and Views: CBCEW: New Missal, Friday Abstinence | FDLC Convention on Multiculturalism | Mass for Artists in New York City | Next issue - August 2011
"A Universe Brimming with Fruitful Spiritual Life" Reflecting Transcendence in the Liturgy -- by Bishop James D. Conley
"Inspiration and Truth in the Bible" -- Pope Benedict's Message to the Pontifical Biblical Commission
Liturgical Reform -- Tradition and Progress: The Pontifical Liturgical Institute's Fifty Years -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock
Instruction on Extraordinary Form of Mass Released -- Conference on Summorum Pontificum held in Rome -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock
From the day of Pentecost the Church speaks all languages: The unity of the Spirit is manifest in the plurality of understanding, Homily of Pope Benedict XVI, Pentecost Sunday, May 23, 2010
Readers' Forum: Personal Missals? | Priest, Presider, or Presbyter? | Separate Children’s Liturgy? | The Priest’s Work in Restoring the Sacred | No Support for Adoremus! | More on “Orans”
Continuity and Change -- by Russell Shaw
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