This is an interesting collection of essays, ranging over a period of time, that can serve as an introduction to liturgical theology. The readings are well chosen from a variety of authors and cover the ground that is now associated with doing liturgical theology. It is a good introduction to developments in this field, in all their diversity, and may well stimulate readers to read further in some of the writers represented.
David N. Power, O.M.I.
To anyone who is teaching liturgical theology, this anthology is a great gift.
. . . a timely and helpful resource.
In Illo Tempore