Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal

Uwe Michael Lang, C.O., Editor
Triannual: Spring-Summer-Winter
ISSN: 1543-9925
eISSN: 1543-9933

“For more than twenty years Antiphon ­– the journal of the Society for Catholic Liturgy – has sought to make an intelligent and reasoned contribution to liturgical formation and renewal in our day. Its editors and contributors are to be commended for doing so with a critical fidelity to liturgical tradition and to the authentic renewal of the Church’s liturgical life called for by the Second Vatican Council.” -Robert Cardinal Sarah, Prefect, Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments

Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal is the official journal of the Society for Catholic Liturgy. This multidisciplinary journal publishes articles on a wide range of topics that deal with the liturgy of the church, such as church art, music, and architecture. In addition to material focusing on the modern Catholic liturgy, there are also articles on historical, canonical, or theological aspects of church worship. Each issue features a book review section that reflects the broad interests of readers – whether they be Catholic scholars, teachers, pastors, or professionals such as architects or musicians.

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