The Rite Questions: Liturgical Significance of One’s Offering
While there is certainly a practical reason for the details of the preparatory rites—bread and wine, vessels and cloths need to be arranged—there is also a spiritual, yet no less real, meaning to the preparation of the altar and gifts.
Vatican Grants SSPX Permission to Celebrate Marriage Rite
Relations between the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) and the Vatican have moved one step closer to normal as…
Letters to Editor
Gratias! Thank you for continuing to publish Adoremus! Miriam Dapra, Hartville, NY Good Answer(s)! Thank you—I miss the instructive Question-and-Answer…
Liturgical Conference to be Held in Southern Oregon
For three days in July, Cantus Angelorum, an Oregon-based women’s Latin schola, and Sacred Heart Parish in Medford, Oregon, are…
Mutual Enrichment: Extraordinary Form Celebrates Fatima Centenary
According to an April 6 report at Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN), an extraordinary celebration of the extraordinary form of the Mass took place on May 13, the centenary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima.
Musicam Sacram: Parts II – VII
Editor’s Note: We continue in this Bulletin a reprint of excerpts from Musicam Sacram, the Holy See’s 1967 Instruction on…
Fatima Children Named Church’s Newest—and Youngest—Saints
On May 13, the 100th anniversary of the first apparition of Our Lady of Fatima, Pope Francis will canonize St. Francisco and St. Jacinta in Fatima, Portugal.
2017 Sacred Liturgy Conference to highlight the Liturgy as the “Voice of the Bridegroom”
Registration is now open for the 5th annual Sacred Liturgy Conference scheduled for July 12-15, 2017 in Medford, OR.
Join Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke, Archbishop Alexander K. Sample and Bishop Robert F. Vasa in Southern Oregon for a three-day immersion in the Church’s sacred liturgy and its living musical heritage. The theme of this 5th annual conference is “The Voice of the Bridegroom” and will focus on sacred liturgy, Church history and the role of Gregorian chant.
Musicam Sacram: Preface and Part I
It’s one thing to have an opinion about liturgical music; in fact, it is difficult not to have an opinion. But having an informed opinion—one shaped by the Magisterium, the Church’s tradition, and sound pastoral practice—is quite another.
Letters to the Editor
Searching for the Truth Dear friends at Adoremus, I am an Australian brother in an Austrian religious order, where we…