Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Vol. XV, No. 6
Table of Contents
News and Views -- Bishops Launch Missal Formation Web Site -- and Health Care Reform Section | FCS 2009 Convention | Benefit Gala for Canons Regular of St. John Cantius | Chant Workshop for Deacons
Meeting House or Church: The Hermeneutics of Discontinuity and Reform -- by Denis McNamara
What the Novus Ordo Is -- and Isn't The Council Intended Reform, Not Rupture -- by Lucy E. Carroll
Book Review: Massive Misunderstandings? The Mixed Legacy of the Vatican II Liturgical Reforms by Kenneth D. Whitehead, reviewed by Helen Hull Hitchcock
Readers' Forum -- “Orans” Again | Breviary | After Communion, Who Consumes? | Majority Vote at USCCB June Meeting? | Music at “Low”?Mass | Mass Readings for the Transfiguration | What to Do about Mass Abuses Revisited | “And all the clergy”? | Still More on Foot Washing | Altar or Blessed Sacrament
O CROSS of Christ, Immortal tree,
On which our Savior died,
The world is sheltered by your arms
That bore the Crucified.
O faithful Cross, you stand unmoved
While ages run their course;
Foundation of the universe,
Creation’s binding force.
Give Glory to the Risen Christ
And to His Cross give praise
The Sign of God’s unfathomed love,
The Hope of all our days.
-- Hymn from the Liturgy of the Hours
The Exaltation of the Holy Cross, September 14
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