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Gestures of Worship -- Relearning our Ritual Language -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock, Vol. XV, No. 10, February 2010
Gestures and Postures of the Congregation at Mass -- A list of Gestures and Postures to accompany the article “Gestures for Worship Relearning Our Ritual Language”, in this issue., Vol. XV, No. 10, February 2010
GIRM 21: An American Adaptation, Staff, Vol. 1, 4, February 1996
Give us This Day Our Daily "Supersubstantial" Bread -- by Father Benjamin Reese, Vol. XIII, No. 5, July-August 2007
Glad Tidings: Chicago’s Liturgical Institute Celebrates Tenth Anniversary -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock, September 2010, Vol. XVI, No. 6
Glorify God by Your Life, Evangelization and the Renewal of the Liturgy -- by Archbishop Charles Chaput, September 2010, Vol. XVI, No. 6
Going to Church: Catholic Custom "Plucks Us By the Sleeve" -- by Thomas Howard, Vol. 1, 1, November 1995
Goodbye, Father Joe and Father Mikey and Father Bob... by Karen Csengeri -- Are we too chummy with our priests? What does this say about our - or his - view of the priesthood?, Vol. X, No. 1, March 2004
Gradual Progress in Recovery of Sacred Music -- The Saint Louis Gradual -- English Chants for the Roman Missal -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock, Vol. XVI, No.3, May 2010
Gregorian Chant -- The Possibilities and Conditions for a Revival -- by Monsignor Valentino Miserachs Grau, Vol. XI, No. 9, December 2005-January 2006
Have We Become Liturgical Slobs -- by George Weigel, Vol. 3, 2, April 1997
He Did Become Man -- by Patrick Henry Reardon, Vol. 3, 2, April 1997
Here Comes the Bride and There She Goes Music for Catholic Wedding Masses -- by Lucy Carroll -- Vol. XI, No. 8, November 2005
Heritage of Catholic Music restored to Catholic Worship The Twin Cities Catholic Chorale -- "The fact is that there is a demand among Catholics, and especially young people, for beautiful ceremonies and worthy sacred music". -- by Richard M. Hogan -- Vol. IX, No. 4, June 2003
Hermeneutics in Everyday Life: Perspicacious Perspectives on the Problems of Interpretation, Internet Posting -- Vol. 3, 5, July / August 1997
Highlights of the Liturgical Renewal -- Cardinal Arinze's Address to FDLC --
The keynote address at the national convention of the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions (FDLC) was given October 8 by the prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacrament, Cardinal Francis Arinze., by Francis Cardinal Arinze, Vol. IX, No 8, November 2003
History, Harmony, Beauty Blend in Recovery of Sacred Heritage: The Renovation of Saint Joseph Cathedral -- by Erik Bootsma, Vol XVII, No 6 September 2011
Hobgoblins Ambush ICEL, Liturgy- "Conservative groups" pilloried liturgists, and American prelates used "backroom tactics" to derail liturgical reform, say former ICEL head and "progressive" weeklies -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock, Vol. VIII, 6, September 2002
Holy Architect -- Antoni Gaudi, the Spanish architect best known for designing the as yet unfinished Church of Sagrada Familia (Holy Family) in Barcelona, has recently had his "cause" for beatification accepted by the Vatican., Vol. X, No 7, October 2004
The Holy Eucharist Unites Heaven and Earth -- Address at Eucharistic Congress in the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., on September, 25 2004 -- by Francis Cardinal Arinze, Vol X, No 8, November 2004
Holy Father Receives New Roman Missal - Revised rules for Mass now official; await adaptation, translation. *Summary of USCCB's proposals for American adaptations to the Institutio Generalis Missalis Romani. -- By Helen Hull Hitchcock, Vol. VIII, 2, April 2002
Holy See Approves First New Texts for Order of Mass for the US -- Accuracy assured; Bishops' Committee on Divine Worship launches "formation" resource on web -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock, Vol. XIV, No. 6, September 2008
Holy See issues Notification on women as ordained deacons -- from Vatican Information Service, Vol. VII, 7, October 2001
Holy See: People May Kneel After They Receive Holy Communion: GIRM rules on posture of the faithful should not be"regulated so rigidly", Vol. IX, No. 5, July-August 2003
Holy See Sends Message on ICEL - "Sacramentary" project deemed a dud - ends decade of debate / Attached is a copy of Cardinal Medina Estévez's letter to Bishop Gregory -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock, Vol.VIII, No.4, June 2002
Holy Smoke -- The Use of Incense in the Catholic Church -- by Matthew D. Herrera, Vol. XVII, No. 10, February 2012
Holy Week at Monreale -- Foundation for Liturgical Piety -- by Fr. Romano Guardini, Vol. XII, No. 3, May 2006
Homily at the Mass for the Election of the Roman Pontiff -- St. Peter's Basilica - April 18, 2005 -- Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, Vol. XI, No. 3, May 2005
How can we restore Gregorian Chant to "pride of place" -- "Chant is eminently suitable for the sacred Liturgy because it is sacred in nature." -- by Lucy Carroll, Vol. X, No. 6, September 2004
"How Great Thou Aren't"? A lament on new church buildings --by Helen Hull Hitchcock, Vol. XI, No. 1, March 2005
How should we proclaim the Good News to those who cannot hear? -- by Joseph Tevington, Vol. 6, 1, March 2000
How to Form a Choir: In Ten Easy and Not-so-easy Lessons -- by Lucy Carroll, Vol. XI, No. 10, February 2006
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