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…
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…
What do readers like most about the contents of the Adoremus Bulletin?
For the first time in too many years, I spent time this past year calling or emailing Adoremus donors and…
Celebrating the Twelve Days of Christmas, from Crib to Cross
At this most solemn time of year, Holy Mother Church urges us to recall the Nativity of the Lord at “Christ-Mass,” yet immediately thereafter she commemorates the martyrdom of St. Stephen. How come? Furthermore, why follow with the feast of St. John the Apostle, the slaughter of the Holy Innocents, and the domestic bliss of the Holy Family, all while looking to the horizon of the Epiphany and urging that we bear in mind our own Final Hour?
Christian, Remember Your Dignity
Dearly beloved, today our Savior is born; let us rejoice. Sadness should have no place on the birthday of life….
The Preparation of the Gifts and the Altar, Part II
This post continues the examination of the various ways in which the traditional practice of the Roman Rite informs the…
Mass, Markets, and the Economy of Salvation
Each year as Christmas draws near, the markets go one way and the sacred liturgy another. In retail shops everywhere,…
Adoremus Conference Slated for March 14, 2020
Why is it essential to foster in oneself and one’s family and parishioners a vibrant spiritual life—especially in the liturgy—and especially for the high point of the Church’s liturgical season, the Easter Triduum? Next year’s upcoming Adoremus Conference, held during Lent 2020 at the historic Sacred Heart Chapel in Covina, CA, will seek to answer this and other questions related to the spirituality of the Triduum liturgies.
“The Most Joyful and Blessed Ordinance of the Gospel”: Saint John Henry Newman on the Liturgy
One of the Church’s newest declared saints—St. John Henry Newman—had a lot of things to say about a lot of things—including the liturgy, says Father Michael Lang.