Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Antiphon lately

Renewal within tradition. The new English translation of the Mass. The "mystic meaning" of the Roman rite. Kisses sacred and profane. The concept of salus in the Roman Missal. Wedding rites, old and new. Canonical perspectives on Summorum Pontificum. Religious sacrifice turned on its head. When to confirm? Sacred music and the "hermeneutic of continuity." The four processions of the Mass. The role of the ars celebrandi in "reforming the reform." When is a fast not a fast? ---

These are just some of the matters taken up recently in Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal, the thrice-yearly publication of the Society for Catholic Liturgy. Regular visitors to NLM are likely to find much of interest in its pages, so why not consider a subscription? ($20 U.S., $26 Canada, $28 elsewhere.) Antiphon is free to SCL members, by the way. Scholarly contributions and book/music reviews are always welcome. For more information, click here.

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