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Author(s): Peter McGrail, Martin Foster
Written by liturgists - pastoral and academic - who make up the Liturgical Formation Sub-Committee of the Department for Christian Life and Worship of the Roman Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales, this studyguide offers an introduction to Catholic Liturgy.
Covering the history, content and debates around the use of liturgy in the Catholic church, each chapter includes points for reflection, end of chapter questions, and an indication of further reading. A book-wide glossary is also provided.
Peter McGrail is Head of the Department of Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies at Liverpool Hope University and Chair of the Liturgical Formation Sub-Committee of the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales Department for Christian Life and Worship. Martin Foster is Assistant Secretary of the Department for Christian Life and Worship, Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales.
“A remarkable and much-needed book. It starts with the basics, and goes on to explore the profound depths of the Church’ s Liturgy – as described in theology and expressed in celebration. Beginners in either liturgical ministry or academic study will find they are well supported here. Those who are already old-hands will find a refresher that will encourage them to ‘up their game’! Pope Francis has recently urged the Church to return to the work of liturgical renewal. This book is a great resource for any community or individual ready to rise to the challenge and enrich their participation in the Liturgy and their ministry of the Gospel.” -- Fr Allen Morris, Chair of the Westminster Liturgy Commission