Adoremus Celebrates a Quarter Century
Adoremus Bulletin celebrates 25 years of liturgical renewal this year—and, as Joseph O’Brien reports, it all began in a conversation with Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger.
The Catholic Church and the College Campus: A Study in Culture
As the Church strives to make the grade on campuses around the U.S., Patrick Callahan says, the liturgy has its own lessons to teach Catholics and non-Catholics alike.
“The Church Stands or Falls with the Liturgy”:
Benedict XVI’s Vision for Church Renewal
When the Liturgy Stands Tall, the Church renews herself and the world, says Father Daniel Cardó, who sees Benedict XVI’s liturgical diagnosis as a timely—and timeless—cure for what ails us all.
Silver and Gold
Also celebrating a milestone is the Novus Ordo—and both an excerpt from Paul VI and Christopher Carstens’s editorial explain why it remains ever ancient, ever new.
Holy See validates new French translation of Roman Missal
A new French translation of the Roman Missal has been approved by the Vatican. According to a November 6 report…
US Bishops Approve Hymn Translations for Liturgy of the Hours
The Latin rite bishops of the United States voted overwhelmingly at their November 2019 meeting to approve the International Commission…
50 Years Ago: On Welcoming with Joy and Partaking with One Heart in the New Liturgical Order
Address to a Wednesday General Audience, November 19, 1969 Beloved Sons and Daughters! We wish to draw your attention…
Why are “extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion” called “extraordinary”?
The precision of many liturgical terms has sharpened over the post-Conciliar years. What was once “one in being” is today…
Statement of Mission, Goals, and Principles
For 25 years, Adoremus has fostered the sound formation of Catholic laity in matters relating to the Church’s worship consistent…
Detroit Priest Sued Over Homily at Suicide Victim’s Funeral
A priest of the Archdiocese of Detroit is facing a lawsuit filed by the parents of a teenager who committed…