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Adoremus Editorial Consultants 

Few things give an editor more pleasure than to welcome the aid of expert consultants! And this editor is confident that the readers of Adoremus Bulletin share my enthusiam (and thanksgiving!) that three extraordinary gentlemen have graciously agreed to become an active part of Adoremus’s continuing efforts to promote and deepen understanding of the Catholic liturgy — the “source and summit” of our faith. The collaboration of these prominent experts in the fields of sacred music, architecture, and art will be invaluable to inform and enlighten our readers in these key aspects of the sacred liturgy.

Please join me in welcoming our new panel of Adoremus editorial consultants: Dr. Horst Buchholz, sacred music; Duncan Stroik, sacred architecture; and Daniel Mitsui, sacred art.

Though Adoremus Bulletin readers are already familiar with their works as published in these pages in the past, the brief biographical notes that follow will be of particular interest. You will be seeing more of their contributions in the coming months.


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Dr. Horst Buchholz

Duncan Stroik

Daniel Mitsui


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