Table of Contents
Jun 15, 2008

Table of Contents

Online Edition: June 2008

Vol. XIV, No. 4

Table of Contents

News & Views — Ireland: International Liturgy Conference | Canberra Prelate: Liturgy Entering “New Phase” | Quebec: International Eucharistic Congress | CDF on Ordination: What Part of No…? | Conversion of Saint Paul to Be Observed on a Sunday in 2009

Synod on the Word of God: Lineamenta offers preview of synod’s studiesby Helen Hull Hitchcock

Synod on the Word of God: Lineamenta’s Introduction and Chapter 1

Review Essay: Challenging … Challenges — by The Rev. Neil J. Roy

Rethinking the Responsorial Psalm – Has it become a "Bull in a China Shop"? — by Lucy Carroll

Readers Forum — Marian Music at Confirmation | Papal Mass Music | Responding to Russell Shaw | Chain of Command | Transporting the Eucharist | Questions about Adoration | Teachers for New Academy

The Year of Saint Paul – The Church Today Requires "Total Dedication to Christ"


When I came to you, brethren, I did not come proclaiming to you the testimony of God in lofty words or wisdom. For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified. And I was with you in weakness and in much fear and trembling; and my speech and my message were not in plausible words of wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and power, that your faith might not rest in the wisdom of men but in the power of God.

First Letter of Saint Paul to the Corinthians 2:1-5



Helen Hull Hitchcock

Helen Hull Hitchcock (1939-2014) was editor of the <em>Adoremus Bulletin</em>, 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 <em>The Politics of Prayer: Feminist Language and the Worship of God</em> (Ignatius Press 1992), a collection of essays on issues involved in translation. She contributed essays to several books, including <em>Spiritual Journeys</em>, 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.