September 2020

September 2020

Inside This Issue

Black and White and Read All Over…

We asked—and you responded. As part of our 25th anniversary coverage, Joseph O’Brien reports on what readers have to say about Adoremus Bulletin.

 

The Shock of the Familiar

The French call it jamais vu—seeing the familiar anew—and Christopher Carstens sees COVID as a jump-start for this reverse-déjà vu when it comes to the sacraments.

 

Power to the People!

Denis McNamara writes that the People of God (as the Second Vatican Council envisioned that term) find their surest bearing—en masse—as the Mystical Body.

 

One Church to Another…

According to Richard Budd, the domestic church can teach a thing or two—namely the proper ordering of liturgy and devotional prayer—to the universal Church.

 

It’s Always Personal

Reviewing Dietrich von Hildebrand’s Liturgy and Personality, Father Nick Blaha shows how the liturgy is the focal point of our personal (yet selfless) encounter with God.