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Discusses distinctive practices of prayer, music, and preaching among black Catholics.
Explores the new expressions of Catholic worship shaped by African-American religious culture.
A welcome overview and analysis of the 'emergence of African American Worship' in the last 40 years. The foundational role of Fr. Clarence Rivers is explored at length. Authors McGann, Lumas, and Harbor are well-suited for the task from their association and collaboration with Fr. Rivers. Pastoral leaders in the African American community as well as liturgical scholars will find abundant instpiration in these informative pages. -Giles Pater