Table of Contents
Nov 15, 2010

Table of Contents

Online Edition: November 2010
Vol. XVI, No. 8

Table of Contents

Christ in Majesty – ca 1100, fresco (detail)
Cadreau de Moines, Berzé-la-ville. France

News and ViewsSolesmes Abbey Observes Millennium | A Musical Offering: The Office of Compline | New Music for the New Missal Texts | SCL Conference | Catholics, Orthodox Discuss Future Unity, Date of Easter

Why We Need the New Translation of the Mass — by Bishop Peter Elliott

Saint Cyril of Jerusalem on the Creed

Making the Case for "Consubstantial" — by Russell Shaw

From the Bible to the Lectionary of the Holy Mass: Norms and Principles — by Monsignor Michael K. Magee

Praise to the Holiest in the HeightHymn from The Dream of Gerontius by Cardinal Newman (1865) from The Adoremus Hymnal

Readers’ ForumLiturgy of the Hours | Girl Altar Servers | Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration | Blessings | Sempiternus and Internet Rumors… | More on Recorded Music at Mass | Eucharist Prayers for Masses with Children | Divine Office |Trumpet Voluntary at Papal Mass

Pope Benedict XVI – Angelus Message — The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the King of the Universe

Friends of Adoremus Annual Appeal 2010 Letter (pdf)


If to Christ our Lord is given all power in heaven and on earth; if all men, purchased by His precious blood, are by a new right subjected to His dominion; if this power embraces all men, it must be clear that not one of our faculties is exempt from His empire. He must reign in our minds, which should assent with perfect submission and firm belief to revealed truths and to the doctrines of Christ. He must reign in our wills, which should obey the laws and precepts of God. He must reign in our hearts, which should spurn natural desires and love God above all things, and cleave to Him alone. He must reign in our bodies and in our members, which should serve as instruments for the interior sanctification of our souls, or to use the words of the Apostle Paul, as “instruments of righteousness” unto God [Romans 6:13].

— Pope Pius XI, from Quas Primas 33
On December 11, 1925, Pope Pius, by his first encyclical,
established the Solemnity of Christ the King



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