Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
December 2009 - January 2010
Vol. XV, No. 9
Table of Contents
Adoration of the Shepherds - Portinari Altarpiece, by Hugo van der Goes
Uffizi Gallery, Florence
"And this will be a sign for you..." The Language of the Christmas Crib -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock
News & Views: NCYC in KC | Pope, Artists Meet at Sistine Chapel | Compendium on the Eucharist Published | Music Can Become Prayer, Pope Says | 2010 Catholic Youth Choir Summer Camp
US Bishops Approve Missal Texts - Next Challenges: Catechesis for Missal, New Lectionary -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock
Eucharistic Adoration and Political Responsibility: Looking at the World through Eyes that Adore the Blessed Sacrament -- by Archbishop Augustine DiNoia, OP
Translating the Liturgy: Finding Words to Express the Ineffable -- by Susan Benofy
Readers' Forum -- On “Cumbersome” Translations | Where Do We Place the Crucifix? | Catechesis and the “Reform of the Reform” | Eucharistic Adoration | Rosary Indulgences | The Rosary and Adoration | No Vestments? | About Gregory Dix... | Mass Intentions
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