Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Online Edition - Vol. VIII, No. 9: December 2002 - January 2003
Table of Contents
News -- BCL Orders Huck books removed from distribution -- "Catechesis" on the Liturgy varies widely in US Dioceses -- New Chant CD
Worthy is the Lamb -- "Tropes" for the Agnus Dei are not inspired by a sudden sympathy with medieval practices, but are part of liturgists' project of "relocation of transcendence" in the Communion Rite. -- by Susan Benofy
Vatican issues Instruction on Priestly Ministry in Parishes: Priests not free to make "arbitrary adaptations" to the Liturgy, it stresses -- The 40-page Instruction, dated August 4, 2002, emphasizes the "irreplacable" role of the pastor. The Instruction is largely devoted to the distinction between the roles of the priest and the lay faithful.
Cardinal Critiques ICEL Statues - Letter to member conferences cites problems with proposed revision -- The cardinal's letter, dated October 23, 2002, says that the most recent proposal "does not yet address sufficiently the requirements of the Instruction Liturgical authenticam", the Vatican's fifth post-conciliar Instruction, issued in 2001.
Readers' Forum for December 2002 - January 2003 -- Bishop's choice -- Chart confusing? -- Tabernacle restored to center position -- Kneeling: Ecumenical aspect ignored -- Training for "Lay Presiding -- Dies Irae -- Prayer to Saint Michael -- Bread and wine? -- Here I kneel... -- Adoration and betrayal -- Tridentine Mass -- Dropping Feast Days -- Losing Tradition -- Holy Communion -- Lift up our Hearts -- Singing for the Supper or the Sacrifice? -- Moving the Sign of Peace -- According to the books -- Comparing Translations -- Standing Clarification -- Changes in our Church -- Fraction Rite -- Standing throughout Communion rite -- Which Daily Missal? -- Consecration of Hosts -- More on "Double Genuflection" -- Confusion on "Adaptations" -- Use of choir lofts -- Mass abuses -- Holding hands -- I have been receiving extra copies of the Adoremus Bulletin
Adoremus shows anti-ICEL Bias, South African Cardinal says - Letter to the Editor from Wilfrid Cardinal Napier, OFM - President of the Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference.
Blue for Advent? -- Acceptable colors for Advent
Congregation for Divine Worship Responds to:
1) Questions on Kneeling [1st letter] and Communication with the Holy See [2nd letter]
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