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Online Edition – March 2007

Vol. XIII, No. 1

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Christ Pantocrator from Saint Louis Cathedral Basilica mosaic watercolor by Burke Mees © 2007

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News & Views: In Pursuit of English Scriptureby Helen Hull Hitchcock

"To Give Glory to God", Chicago Children’s Choir & the Question of Catholic Heritageby The Rev. Brother Scott Haynes

The Birth and Death of a National Hymnal 1973-1976, Part Iby Susan Benofy

The Rediscovery of the Liturgy of the Hours: The Mundelein Psalter — A New Resource for the Church’s Ancient Prayer

Uncovering – and Restoring – the Sacred: When two priests set out to find remnants of a mural in their parish church, no one could have imagined the transformation that would resultby Ted Crisman

Revitalizing Liturgical Music — Recovering the Sacred: Church Music Association of America Colloquium 2007: "Six Days of Musical Heaven"

Readers’ Forum: March 2007Cleaning Vessels | Seasonal Decorations | Dismissal of Catechumens | Candles for Exposition | Offertory — When to Stand? | On Polarizing | People Around the Altar | Norms for Altar Boys? | More on Altar Servers | Words Matter | “We wait in hope” | Book of Catholic Worship | Thanks

Jesus Falls from the Weight of the CrossFrom the Stations of the Cross, given at the Colosseum in 2005 by then-Cardinal Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI

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Helen Hull Hitchcock

Helen Hull Hitchcock

Helen Hull Hitchcock (1939-2014) was editor of the Adoremus Bulletin, which she co-founded. She was also the founding director of Women for Faith & Family and editor of its quarterly journal, Voices. She published many articles and essays in a wide range of Catholic journals, and authored and edited The Politics of Prayer: Feminist Language and the Worship of God (Ignatius Press 1992), a collection of essays on issues involved in translation. She contributed essays to several books, including Spiritual Journeys, a book of “conversion stories” (Daughters of St. Paul). Helen lectured in the US and abroad, and appeared frequently on radio and television, representing Catholic teaching on issues affecting Catholic women, families, and Catholic faith and worship.