Table of Contents
Jul 15, 2007

Table of Contents

Online Edition: July – August 2007
Vol. XIII, No. 5

Table of Contents

News & Views — Jesus of Nazareth Transmits a Lifetime of Learning | Bishop’s “Fiery Language” Makes National News | Adding Saints to the Universal Calendar | Philadelphia Schola Seeks Singers

The Sound of a Catholic Communion: CMAA’s New Release: Communio: Communion Antiphon with Psalms — interview with Jeffrey Tucker

Pope Benedict XVI/Cardinal Ratzinger on The Meaning of "Our Daily Bread"

Give us This Day Our Daily "Supersubstantial" Bread — by Father Benjamin Reese

Bishop Laments Loss of Sacred: Accurate translations "will not disturb our faith. They will build it up". (Bishop Arthur Serratelli’s columns) by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Pope Extends Use of the "1962 Missal" — What Does This Mean? — by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Readers Forum — July-August 2007 — Posture During the “Our Father” | Evangelium Vitae Translation | More on Limbo | Vessels for Mass | Results! | Observance of Rubrics at Mass | Benediction | St. Michael Hymnal | Digital Organ? | Was the Deacon Concelebrating?


Cover: Saint Augustine in his study, Feast of Saint Augustine – August 28 – by Sandro Boticelli (fresco – 1480) Chiesa di Ognissanti, Florence

Saint Augustine (354-430) Confessions – Book I, Chapter I

Great art Thou, O Lord, and greatly to be praised; great is Thy power, and of Thy wisdom there is no end. And man, being a part of Thy creation, desires to praise Thee, man, who bears about with him his mortality, the witness of his sin, even the witness that Thou “resistest the proud”— yet man, this part of Thy creation, desires to praise Thee.

Thou movest us to delight in praising Thee; for Thou hast formed us for Thyself, and our hearts are restless till they find rest in Thee!

Lord, teach me to know and understand which of these should be first, to call on Thee, or to praise Thee; and likewise to know Thee, or to call upon Thee. But who is there that calls upon Thee without knowing Thee? For he that knows Thee not may call upon Thee as other than Thou art. Or perhaps we call on Thee that we may know Thee. “But how shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? or how shall they believe without a preacher?” And those who seek the Lord shall praise Him. For those who seek shall find Him, and those who find Him shall praise Him.

Let me seek Thee, Lord, in calling on Thee, and call on Thee in believing in Thee; for Thou hast been preached unto us. O Lord, my faith calls on Thee — that faith which Thou hast imparted to me, which Thou hast breathed into me through the incarnation of Thy Son, through the ministry of Thy preacher.



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