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Historical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspectives on Catholic Liturgy

Uwe Michael Lang has produced a tightly edited version of the proceedings of the eleventh International Colloquium of the Centre International d'Études Liturgiques (the International Center for Liturgical Studies), held in Merton College, Oxford. Well-known international scholars like Uwe Michael Lang, Eamon Duffy, Gabriel Díaz, Lázló Dobszay, Nicola Bux, Cristina Dondi, Lauren Pristas, Claude Barthe Alcuin Reid, Sheridan Gilley, and Laurence Paul Hemming are contributors who will immediately establish this book's authority and importance in contemporary liturgical study. The Genius of the Roman Rite: Historical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspectives on Catholic Liturgy will certainly be an essential resource for professors and students of the liturgy.

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    Book Details

    • Product Code: HGRR 
    • ISBN: 978-1-59525-031-5
    • Pages: 268 
    • Edited by Uwe Michael Lang
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Binding: Paperback 
    • Language: English 
    • Copyright Year: 0

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