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May 23, 2011

Vol.204 / No.17

May 23, 2011

Michael N. KaneMay 23, 2011

As a Byzantine Catholic priest, I have read with interest the many articles on the new translation of the missal for the Roman liturgy. The liturgy of the Byzantine-Ruthanian Catholic Church is of course different than the Roman Church, but we also recently implemented a new translation. A brief

Roger M. MahonyMay 23, 2011

Welcoming the New Roman Missal

We asked two experts, one an architect and the other a sacred space planner, a series of questions about church design today. In the May 23 issue, Roberto Chiotti and Richard S. Vosko suggest three things that

Of Many Things

Catholic attachment to Holy Land differences from that of the Jews, but it is a special place all the same.

Letters
May 23, 2011

‘Small’ Sacrifices Count Too I thank America for its reflection on the homely (as the Irish mean it) spirituality of fatherhood depicted in Of Many Things (5/2), in which Kevin Clarke writes about his choice between a nice car and a larger family. These reflections on the father’s

Editorials
The EditorsMay 23, 2011

Once critical of extrajudicial killings, Americans have lost their inhibitions when it comes to Islamic terrorists.