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Liturgical Sense

Author: Louis Weil
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1596272449
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Louis Weil looks back on his work shaping the liturgical life of the Episcopal Church through his involvement with the development of The 1979 Book of Common Prayer— and looks forward to the future of the church and its liturgical life. Through stories and first-person anecdotes, Weil does “narrative theology” as only he can. Although most points of reference are to the 1979 BCP, the book is aiming at a more fundamental level—not just Episcopal or even Anglican liturgy, but liturgical rites as such: how do they “do what they do”?—or NOT do when they are done badly! “Liturgical Sense” is two dimensional: both the “common sense” of liturgical rites and also their “aesthetic sense.” It is Dr. Weil’s contention that in American culture we have an inherent inability to “think symbolically.” Dr. Weil seeks to encourage a return to “liturgical sense” across the church.

Liturgical Spirituality

Author: Stephen Burns
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1596272546
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• Of interest to scholars and practitioners across the Anglican Communion• Breadth of scholars represented• Second edition in the Weil Series in LiturgiesLiturgical Spirituality is a collection of Anglican reflections on the spirituality of the liturgy, inviting readers into the Church’s patterns of prayer, seasons of the year, and sacramental action. Written from the north Atlantic and Australia, the collection animates contemporary Anglican spirituality.

Reformation And Modern Rituals And Theologies Of Baptism

Author: Bryan D. Spinks
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754656975
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This second of two volumes, surveying the historical underpinnings of baptismal liturgies and theologies, traces developments through the Reformation, liturgies in the 18th and 19th centuries, and explores important new ecumenical perspectives on developments of 20th Century sacramental discussion. Present practices of Baptists, Amish, as well as Methodist, Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Reformed and Anglican denominations are also examined.

Lent Holy Week Easter And The Great Fifty Days

Author: Leonel L. Mitchell
Publisher: Cowley Publications
ISBN: 146162407X
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This long-awaited companion volume to Howard E. Galley's classic The Ceremonies of the Eucharist provides clergy, liturgical assistants, and altar guild members with clear, step-by-step guidance for the liturgies of Lent and Easter. In addition to background material for the traditions and theology of each season, Mitchell includes specific preparations and instructions for each liturgy of the paschal cycle—Ash Wednesday through Pentecost—as well as Tenebrae, the Way of the Cross, the Vigil of Pentecost, the liturgies of the catechumenate, and the chrism mass. He also provides helpful ideas for how the often complex liturgies of these seasons can be done simply and well by small congregations. Based on the liturgies of The Book of Common Prayer and the latest edition of The Book of Occasional Services, this ceremonial guide also draws on the paschal liturgies of other Anglican traditions, including those in Canada's Book of Alternative Services.

Creating Uncommon Worship

Author: Richard Giles
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780814615188
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Offering helpful suggestions on how to avoid the common problem of restricting liturgy to words being spoken in the front of the church, "Creating Uncommon Worship" is filled with ideas on how to enrich the liturgy by creating a context of action, movement, and symbolic expression involving the whole assembly.

The Liturgy Explained

Author: Katherine L. Howard
Publisher: Morehouse Publishing
ISBN: 9780819212856
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A concise and clear introduction to the various parts of the Episcopal Communion liturgy.

Celebrating The Rites Of Initiation

Author: James Fielding Turrell
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 0898698758
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Celebrating Series Celebrating the Rites of Initiation continues the standard of scholarship set by Patrick Malloy's Celebrating the Eucharist, and offers similar aids around issues of baptism and confirmation. It is an ideal book for students and practicing clergy who seek to strengthen their knowledge--and parochial practice--of baptismal theology.

Elements Of Rite

Author: Aidan Kavanaugh
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 0814663265
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Keeping in mind two pastoral considerations - the liturgy itself and the assembly that worships - Father Kavanagh looks not beyond rubrics but deep into their historical and pastoral existence in order to develop rules of style which articulate this existence in current Roman liturgical usage. From this research has come a pastoral manual for clergy who preside at liturgical celebrations.

Drenched In Grace

Author: Lizette Larson-Miller
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1621897532
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The importance of baptism within Christian history, theology, and practice is of the first order. Rooted in Christian Scripture, baptism is initiation into Jesus Christ and the sacramental beginning of engagement with the church, the body of Christ. In recent decades, the relationship between baptismal theology and ecclesiology has changed. Rather than focusing solely on the implications of baptism for individuals, the center of theological conversation has moved increasingly to the nature of baptism as formative of the church. One of the pioneers in exploring this theological issue in the United States has been the Rev. Dr. Louis Weil, who, from the time he helped author the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, has advocated for an approach called "baptismal ecclesiology." In a number of essays since the 1980s, Dr. Weil has encouraged an increasingly ecumenical conversation around this particular approach to ecclesiology. This ecumenical collection of essays by a distinguished and international group of sixteen scholars continues the conversation on liturgy and ecclesiology begun by Fr. Weil.

Liturgy And Theology

Author: Nathan G. Jennings
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 149822931X
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What is the relationship of liturgy to theology? The author describes the economic nature of liturgy in order to reimagine cosmology, sacrifice, the figural reading of Scripture, and metaphysical realism where liturgy itself enacts an apocalypse of transcendent realities.