Beyond the Prosaic: Renewing the Liturgical Movement
T&T Clark, 1998 - Religion - 170 pages
Recent years have seen an unprecedented period of reform in the public worship of the Catholic Church. Controversy over liturgical reform was focused in England by an international conference in 1996, which led to the formation of a Liturgy Forum and the issuing of the Oxford Declaration on Liturgy. This book represents all the key elements from that important conference.
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