The Organic Development of the Liturgy: The Principles of Liturgical Reform and Their Relation to the Twentieth-century Liturgical Movement Prior to the Second Vatican Council
Ignatius Press, 1 gen 2005 - 374 pagine
"How has the liturgy of the Roman rite developed and changed in history before and after the Council of Trent? What principles have determined the boundaries of legitimate liturgical reform over the centuries? What was the Liturgical Movement? Did Gueranger, Beauduin, Guardini, Parsch, Casel, Bugnini, Jungmann, Bouyer and the Movement's other leaders know and respect these principles? And what is to be said of the not insignificant liturgical reforms carried out by Pope Saint Pius X, Blessed Pope Pius IX, Pope Pius XII, and Blessed Pope John XXIII in the course of the twentieth century?" "In The Organic Development of the Liturgy, Dom Alcuin Reid examines these questions systematically, incisively and in depth, identifying both the content and context of the principle of "organic development" - a fundamental principle of liturgical reform of the Second Vatican Council's Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy Concilium - making a significant contribution to the understanding of the nature of the Liturgical Movement and to the ongoing re-assessment of the reforms enacted following the Council."--BOOK JACKET.
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As a straight record of the documented changes to the Roman Liturgy this is a valuable work. However, the author's thesis - which has been woven in amid the documentation - that (1) only very moderate ... Leggi recensione completa
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