Volume Nine

Numbers One, Two, and Three

2005

 

Editorials

 

 

Neil J. Roy, "Changes at Antiphon"

9.1, pp. 2-5

Neil J. Roy, "'Habemus Papam!' The Inauguration of a Pontificate"

9.2, pp. 114-19

Neil J. Roy, "'Sacraments of Initiation': SCL Conference Report 2005"

9.3, pp. 226-29

 

Guidelines

 

 

Editors, "Guidelines for Contributions to Antiphon"

9.1, pp. 93-111

 

Addresses

 

 

Cardinal Francis Arinze, "Active Participation in the Sacred Liturgy"

9.1, pp. 6-15

Bruce E. Harbert, "The Roman Rite and the English Language"

9.1, pp. 16-29

Thomas Gordon Smith, "Architecture and Active Participation"

9.2, pp. 121-32

Robert F. Slesinski, "Christian Initiation According to Nicholas Kabisilas: An Eastern Perspective on the Holy Mysteries of Baptism, Chrismation, and the Eucharist"

9.3, pp. 230-44

 

Pastoralia

 

 

Peter J. Elliott, "My Body, Given Up for You"

9.2, pp. 133-40

Stella Maria Jeffrey, "Christian Initiation: A Pastoral Perspective on Restored Order "

9.3, pp. 245-52

 

Essays

 

 

Michael P. Foley, "The Sacramental Topography of the Confessions"

9.1, pp. 30-64

John Joy, "The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal: Theological Interpretation of the Experience"

9.2, pp. 141-56

Daniel G. Van Slyke, "Sacramentum in Ancient Non-Christian Authors"

9.2, pp. 167-206

Liam G. Walsh, O.P., "The Holy Spirit in the Sacraments of Initiation"

9.3, pp. 253-89

Robert Fastiggi, "The Sacraments, Obedience, and Ecclesial Communion"

9.3, pp. 290-300

 

Translation

 

 

Michael Heintz, "Gregory of Elvira On Noah's Ark"

9.1, pp. 65-76

 

Commentary

 

 

Timothy V. Vaverek, "The Future of the Society for Catholic Liturgy: Observations on Associate Membership and the Revised Statement of Principles"

9.3, pp. 311-23

 

Book and Music Reviews

 

 

Sister Mary Judith, Square Notes: A Workbook in Gregorian Chant, revised edition
A Benedictine Monk, The Beginner's Book of Chant

Reviewed by Samuel F. Weber, O.S.B.

9.1, pp. 77-78

Richard Proulx, conductor, Sublime Chant: the Art of Gregorian, Ambrosian and Gallican Chant
Dean Applegate, director, O lux beatissima

Bernard Lorber, director, The Liturgical Year in Gregorian Chant, 8 vols.

Reviewed by Samuel F. Weber, O.S.B.

9.1, pp. 79-81

Alcuin Reid, The Organic Development of the Liturgy
Reviewed by Samuel F. Weber, O.S.B.

9.1, pp. 81-83

Attila Mikloshazy, Benedicamus Domino! The Theological Foundations of the Liturgical Renewal
Reviewed by Edward Peters 

9.1, pp. 83-87

Michael R. Prendergast, editor, Full, Conscious and Active Participation: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Today's Liturgy
Reviewed by Lauren Pristas 

9.1, pp. 87-89

Miscel.lania Liturgica Catalana XII
Reviewed by Michael Carlin 

9.1, pp. 89-92

William E. Phipps, Clerical Celibacy: The Heritage
Reviewed by Peter M. J. Stravinskas 

9.2, pp. 207-10

Martin Klockener and Benedikt Kranemann, editors, Liturgiereformen. Historische Studien zu einem bleibenden Grundzug des christlichen Gottesdienstes
Reviewed by Alcuin Volker Schachenmayr, O.Cist.

9.2, pp. 210-13

E. C. Whitaker, editor, Documents of the Baptismal Liturgy
Reviewed by Michael Heintz

9.2, pp. 213-15

David Torevell, Losing the Sacred: Ritual, Modernity and Liturgical Reform
Reviewed by Edward Peters

9.2, pp. 215-18

Ruth Rees, The Rosary in Space and Time
Reviewed by Giles R. Dimock, O.P.

9.2, pp. 218-19

Joseph Jennings, director, Mysteria: Gregorian Chants

Reviewed by Samuel F. Weber, O.S.B.

9.2, pp. 219-20

Augustine Thompson, Cities of God: The Religion of the Italian Communes, 1125-1325

Reviewed by Michael Carlin 

9.3, pp. 301-4

Uwe Michael Lang, Turning Towards the Lord: Orientation in Liturgical Prayer

Reviewed by Brian Van Hove, S.J.

9.3, pp. 305-7

Mark and Louise Zwick, The Catholic Worker Movement: Intellectual and Spiritual Origins

Reviewed by John E. McCormick

9.3, pp. 307-8

Laszlo Dobszay, The Bugnini-Liturgy and the Reform of the Reform

Reviewed by John E. McCormick

9.3, pp. 309-10

 


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