Adoremus, Society for the Renewal of the Sacred Liturgy
Vol. V, No. 9
December 1999 - January 2000
Table of Contents
Bishops' Discussion of Domus Dei Stresses Sacred - Key NCCB discussion of a draft document on church architecture presented in its entirety. Transcription by Susan Benofy from tapes recorded at the November meeting, with an introduction by Editor Helen Hull Hitchcock.
Selling Bibles to Generation Y - National Catholic Youth Conference is occasion for introducing an "inclusive language" Bible (the NRSV) with commentaries targeted toward teens by David A. Murray
Teens Throng to St. Louis Again by David A. Murray
In the News - No crowds around the altar, Archbishop Donoghue says -- Solesmes: Return to the Source -- Jesuits complete Nepalese Bible - after 40 years -- Prize offered for best sacred architecture -- Family Prayers for Advent, Christmas
The First American Christmas Carol - Introduction by HH Hitchcock, with English text. Known as "The Huron Carol", written in the Huron language by Jesuit martyr, Saint John de Brebeuf.
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