Reform of the Reform?: A Liturgical Debate, Reform or Return [NOOK Book]

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Disturbed by the direction in which the post Vatican II liturgical reforms have moved, two fictitious representatives of mutually antagonistic movements debate the remedy for "correct" liturgical reform. This unique work presents a debate between a "traditionalist" who argues for a return to the pre-Vatican II liturgy, and a "reformist" (no liberal himself) who advocates a new liturgical reform more in keeping with what the Council fathers had in mind. They bring to the debate the insights of renowned authorities...
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Reform of the Reform?: A Liturgical Debate, Reform or Return

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Overview

Disturbed by the direction in which the post Vatican II liturgical reforms have moved, two fictitious representatives of mutually antagonistic movements debate the remedy for "correct" liturgical reform. This unique work presents a debate between a "traditionalist" who argues for a return to the pre-Vatican II liturgy, and a "reformist" (no liberal himself) who advocates a new liturgical reform more in keeping with what the Council fathers had in mind. They bring to the debate the insights of renowned authorities on the liturgy, including Cardinal Ratzinger, Msgr. Klaus Gamber, Michael Davies, Fr. Brian Harrison and Fr. Aidan Nichols. This book is written for anyone interested in the Church's liturgy, and the controversies surrounding the liturgical renewal. It is both a primer for those who lack the theological and liturgical expertise to articulate their dissatisfaction with the state of the liturgy, and an excellent resource for those specialists who would appreciate having a single volume for consulting salient points from numerous authorities.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000729687
  • Publisher: Ignatius Press
  • Publication date: 3/28/2003
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,272,217
  • File size: 334 KB

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 9
Abbreviations 11
Introduction 13
I The Traditionalist Position in Brief 19
II The Reformist Position in Brief 23
III Return to the Old Rite, or Fix the New? 25
Conclusion 101
Epilogue 105
App. I Order of Mass, 1962 Missal 113
App. II Order of Mass, 1970 Missal 135
App. III The Postconciliar Eucharistic Liturgy: Planning a "Reform of the Reform" 151
App. IV Salutary Dissatisfaction: An English View of "Reforming the Reform" 195
App. V A Reform of the Reform? 211
App. VI A Question of Ceremonial 257
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