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May 15, 2010

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Online Edition: May 2010
Vol. XVI, No. 3

When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place. And suddenly a sound came from heaven like the rush of a mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting.

And there appeared to them tongues as of fire, distributed and resting on each one of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance.

— Acts 2:1-3

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Pentecost – Juan de Flandes (ca 1465? – 1519) Oil on panel. Museo del Prado, Madrid

News & Views — Vatican Approves English Missal Translation | Vox Clara Presents — DVD on New Roman Missal | ICEL Chants for Mass | Archbishop Aymond on Liturgy Changes | Bishops Give Directives on Tabernacle Placement | Gestures & Postures at Mass

What Vatican II Really Said about Renewal — Book Review — Vatican II:Renewal within Tradition — reviewed by Helen Hull Hitchcock

Pope Benedict Thanks Vox Clara For Work on Missal Translation

Vatican Approves New Psalter for Liturgy: Conception Abbey Revised Grail Psalter Receives Recognitio — by Jarrod Thome

Gradual Progress in Recovery of Sacred Music — The Saint Louis Gradual — English Chants for the Roman Missal by Helen Hull Hitchcock

The Once and Future Preface: Preface of the Most Holy Trinity in English — 1957- 2009

What is Communion? — by Father Theodore Book

Eucharistic Adoration and Liturgy of the Hours — Survey Results

Readers’ Forum — When the Mass Changed | Litany of the Saints | Altar Rails — and Sacred Music | The Dismissal at the End of Mass | Altar Girls? | Liturgy Questions | Authorship in Question? | Teens Blessing Throats, Distributing Ashes

Bishop Slattery Celebrates Pontifical High Mass at the National Shrine – by Helen Hull Hitchcock



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.