Mar 9, 2018

Letters: Visiting the Imprisoned

Visiting the Imprisoned

During the 20 years I was in prison, Adoremus Society generously donated a subscription to the Adoremus Bulletin. I read each issue with interest and passed it on to others, too. I also was able to share with the wider community, who didn’t read the Bulletin, what I’d learned from it. I do not know if you can really appreciate the benefit that was to me and my fellow inmates. Aside from the opportunity to learn and grow from this, it was a great inspiration to see the corporal and spiritual works of mercy carried out by your company through these donations.

I hope that you will continue to have both the ability and the will to do this sort of thing. Now that I am out of prison, to that end, I would like to make this small donation to help you continue your ministry to prisoners.

May God bless you all.

Yours in Christ,

Jim Blum

Aurora, CO


High Spirits

Dear Adoremus Staff,

We are most grateful for the wonderful article on Romano Guardini’s The Spirit of the Liturgy. May God bless your work and please know it is appreciated. Be assured of a remembrance in our prayers.

Wishing you all a most blessed Holy Lent and a glorious Easter.

Sincerely and gratefully in Jesus, Mary, and Joseph,

The Discalced Carmelite Nuns

Rochester, NY


Sharing the News

Thank you for continuing to send me Adoremus.

I enjoy the paper and pass it on to priests.

Janet Gabonay

Irwin, PA


Love of Learning

We greatly appreciate your love for and teaching of our beloved Catholic liturgy.

Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Flatley

Carlsborg, WA



Thank you for sending us the Adoremus Bulletin. Please continue sending our library this timely newspaper on the Liturgy.

Br. Anthony Kreinus, SVD, Librarian Divine Word College

Epworth, IA


Informed Readers Respond

Thank you for your informative newspaper about what’s happening in Church liturgy.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Booms

Madison Heights, MI

Adoremus Staff