Volume 9

Volume 9 (2005)

Numbers One, Two, and Three

Transitions in the Society for Catholic Liturgy and in the editorship of Antiphon required the conflation of material from 2003 and 2004 into a single volume, Volume Eight. The current volume, Volume Nine, continues without interruption the numbering of the series. Thus Volume Nine bears the date 2005, rather than 2004, 2004/2005, or any other combination. This decision should cause the least amount of inconvenience to librarians, cataloguers, and private collectors.

Antiphon 9:1, p. 4.

Editorials

Neil J. Roy, “Changes at Antiphon

Neil J. Roy, “Habemus Papam! The Inauguration of a Pontificate”

Neil J. Roy, “‘Sacraments of Initiation’: SCL Conference Report 2005”

Guidelines

Editors, “Guidelines for Contributions to Antiphon

Addresses

Cardinal Francis Arinze, “Active Participation in the Sacred Liturgy”

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

Thomas Gordon Smith, “Architecture and Active Participation”

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

Pastoralia

Peter J. Elliott, “My Body, Given Up for You”

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

Essays

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

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

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

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

Robert Fastiggi, “The Sacraments, Obedience, and Ecclesial Communion”

Translation

Michael Heintz, “Gregory of Elvira On Noah’s Ark

Commentary

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

Book and Music Reviews

Sister Mary Judith, Square Notes: A Workbook in Gregorian Chant, revised edition and A Benedictine Monk, The Beginner’s Book of Chant Reviewed by Samuel F. Weber, O.S.B.

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.

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

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

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

Miscellania Liturgica Catalana XII  Reviewed by Michael Carlin

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

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

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

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

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

Joseph Jennings, director, Mysteria: Gregorian Chants Reviewed by Samuel F. Weber, O.S.B.

Augustine Thompson, Cities of God: The Religion of the Italian Communes, 1125-1325 Reviewed by Michael Carlin

Uwe Michael Lang, Turning Towards the Lord: Orientation in Liturgical Prayer Reviewed by Brian Van Hove, S.J.

Mark and Louise Zwick, The Catholic Worker Movement: Intellectual and Spiritual Origins Reviewed by John E. McCormick

Laszlo Dobszay, The Bugnini-Liturgy and the Reform of the Reform Reviewed by John E. McCormick