Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Online Edition - Vol. VII, No. 7: October 2001
This issue of the Adoremus Bulletin is dedicated to those who died as a result of the attack on America of September 11, and to all those throughout the world who have been and will continue to be deeply affected by these and other acts of inhuman terrorism. Thus, our usual coverage of liturgy items is abbreviated.
Table of Contents
Confronting Evil -- Reflection on the September 11 terrorist attacks -- by James Hitchcock
"Be Strong in the Lord" -- Bible quotes for reflection
Bring Back the Bells -- and the Bell Tower, too -- Bells are an important aspect of both the church building and the liturgy -- by Michael S. Rose
On Laity and Liturgy -- Letter of Cardinal Sodano to the Fifty-second National Liturgical Week -- Laity in the Liturgy --What is their ministry? -- by Angelo Cardinal Sodano
Holy See issues Notification on women as ordained deacons -- Ordination of women is not possible -- from Vatican Information Service
Lectionary Volume II approved -- new books to appear next year -- Update on Volume II of the revised Lectionary for Mass
Pope John Paul II -- Reflections on September 11 and Reflections on Psalm 56 -- from Vatican Information Service
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