Also included are three (3) versions of the Stations of the Cross, by Fulton J. Sheen, Cardinal Ratzinger, and Alphonsus Liguori.
Reform of the Reform
Is backroom bowdlerization of Sacred Scripture truly irreversible?
We should evaluate things based on their merit.
A new Adoremus article explores how best to overthrow the tyranny of “alius cantus congruus.”
Preliminary Speaker List and Background Information
Announcing the first issue of a brand new publication focusing on liturgy and sacred music.
This article includes live recordings from a conference (“Society for Catholic Liturgy”) in Los Angeles.
Vatican II spoke of “useless repetitions” in the liturgy, and said these should be examined…
Sacred Music Helped to Transform Tauron Arena Kraków into a House of Prayer
The Bishop of Little Rock has sent a letter (14 July 2016) forbidding his priests to celebrate Mass “ad orientem.”
Introducing a Five-Year Plan for the Future of Sacred Music in the Diocese of Marquette
A Literary Approach in an Adoremus Bulletin Article
Allowing Adolescents to Choose Their Faith & the Wide-Open Permissions of the GIRM
An International Conference on Liturgical Formation in Light of the New Evangelization
Featuring Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, Dr. William Mahrt, and Fr. Uwe Michael Lang
“We strongly resent the implication that we and our children are not sufficiently intelligent to understand the simple Latin of the Mass…” —Manifesto of the Catholic Laity (1943)
“Women forced to sell their bodies in desperation and fear” —From a 2013 GIA hymnal
Is the “Reform of the Reform” dead? Bishop Serratelli and many others disagree!
“To refer to the priest as ‘presider’ surely does damage to his priestly identity.” — Rev. Richard Cipolla
Fourteen (14) practical ideas for how a priest might transform his celebration of the Ordinary Form