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Notice: ADOREMUS provides below a limited list of links to selected sites with useful web resources on the Catholic Liturgy and related issues; however -- with the exception of the official documents of the Catholic Church approved by the Holy See -- the inclusion of links below should not in any way be construed as an endorsement by ADOREMUS of all the opinions expressed by individuals, organizations, publications on these web sites.


Study/research resources:

Holy See and US Bishops

  • USCCB The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' site -- includes links to Conference Committees, and to diocesan web sites.
    On USCCB web site: General Instruction of the Roman Missal - US Version http://www.usccb.org/liturgy/current/revmissalisromanien.shtml
  • Vatican Official web site of the Holy See, curial offices (dicasteries), etc.; includes papal documents and documents issued by Congregations. (Links to Vatican Information Service below.)

Catholic Online News services

Music resources:

  • Adoremus Hymnal: Sold by Ignatius Press
  • Church Music Association of America Excellent web site with many musical resources, job info, and ‘blog entries. Membership in CMAA includes its quarterly journal, Sacred Music, the oldest continuously published journal of music in North America, and an essential resource for every Church musician, professional or amateur, who is interested in the restoration of the sacred in Catholic liturgical life. (CMAA members aided in editing the Adoremus Hymnal.)
  • CanticaNOVA Publications -- Traditional Music for the Contemporary Church
  • Master of Music - Chant: A new initative by Westminster Cathedral -- Details of the new initiative at Westminster Cathedral to bring good music to parishes of the Diocese and the Nation, for anyone to sing.

Catholic book publishers

Magazines - on-line editions

  • Voices Quarterly magazine published by Women for Faith & Family (All articles online. Archive of past issues.)
  • Touchstone a Christian journal, conservative in doctrine, with editors and readers from each of the three great divisions of Christendom -- Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox. (Most articles online)

Catholic sites and services

  • Women for Faith & Family Adoremus sister organization: Catholic women who uphold Church teachings on women in society and the Church, life and family issues, catechetics, bioethics and Liturgy. Many resources for family celebrations of the liturgical year.
    • Catholic Answers is one of the nation's largest lay-run apostolates of Catholic apologetics and evangelization.
    • EWTN Eternal Word Television Network site. (Church documents and other resources.)
  • Mass Times A free service to traveling Catholics, sponsored by the US bishops' Catholic Communication Campaign and Mass Times Trust.
  • RCIA Resources:


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