In the revised edition of "Roman Catholic Worship," Professor White notes that contrary to often-expressed assumptions that nothing changed in Catholic worship from the Council of Trent to Vatican II, these four centuries witnessed significant change in devotions, church architecture and music, and in other ways than liturgical texts.
|Publisher:||Liturgical Press, The|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.48(d)|
About the Author
James F. White, Ph.D., is the Bard Thompson Professor of Liturgical Studies at Drew University and a visiting professor at Yale University. He has published nineteen books, chapters in forty-six other books, and over a hundred articles. His first edition of Roman Catholic Worship won the 1996 First Place Book Award from The Catholic Press Association.
Nathan D. Mitchell, PhD, is Associate Director for Research at the Center for Pastoral Liturgy, University of Notre Dame. Six times a year, he writes "The Amen Corner" for Worship. In 1998, the North American Academy of Liturgy presented him with its Berakah Award. Other books by Mitchell that have been published by The Liturgical Press include Cult and Controversy, Mission and Ministry, and Rule of Prayer, Rule of Faith. He also contributed to The Collegeville Pastoral Dictionary of Biblical Theology.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||The Legacy of the Council of Trent||1|
|Chapter 2||The Baroque Age||25|
|Chapter 3||The Enlightenment||47|
|Chapter 4||The Romantic Era||71|
|Chapter 5||The Journey to the Second Vatican Council||99|
|Chapter 6||The Legacy of the Second Vatican Council||123|
|Chapter 7||The Journey Beyond the Second Vatican Council||151|
|Chapter 8||The Future of Roman Catholic Worship||169|
|Index of Persons||186|
|Index of Subjects||190|