The Veneration and Administration of the Eucharist. CIEL 1996.

By: Merian, Loic (senior editor)

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8vo - 23 x 14.5 cm.; 255 pp. The proceedings of the second international colloquium of historical, canonical and theological studies on the Roman Catholic liturgy, Notre-Dame-du-Laus, France in October of 1996. Translated and edited by members of the "Centre International d'Etudes Liturgiques". Contents: 1 - "Eucharistic devotion in the teaching of John Paul II" by Bishop Georges Lagrange, 2 - "The Church's theological response to the principle heresies relating to the Eucharist" by Fr. Francois Clement, 3 - "Veneration of the Eucharist in the 16th century Anglican reformation" by Michael Davies, 4 - "The history of the rite of distributing communion" by Fr. Martin Lugmayr, 5 - "Homily delivered at the opening Mass of the Colloquium on 9th October, 1996" by Bishop Georges Lagrange, 6 - "Gestures accompanying the words of the Consecration in the history of the Ordo Missae" by Fr. Cassian Folsom, 7 - "Concerning exposition of the Blessed Sacrament" by Fr. Christian-Philippe Chanut, 8 - "The encyclical Mediator Dei and Eucharistic doctrine" by Wolfgang Graf, 9 - "Theological and pastoral reflections on the history of frequent Communion" by Fr. Bertrand de Margerie, 10 - "Homily delivered at High Mass on 10th October 1996" by Dom Herve Courau. Library stamp on first page, stamp and pocket on inside of the back cover, no other library markings are present and the book appears to have never been used.; Ex-Library

Title: The Veneration and Administration of the Eucharist. CIEL 1996.

Author Name: Merian, Loic (senior editor)

Categories: Catholic - Liturgy,

Publisher: Southampton, UK., Saint Austin Press.: 1997

ISBN Number: 1901157156

ISBN Number 13: 9781901157154

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 20796

Keywords: Catholic; Liturgy; Theology; Eucharist; Pope John Paul II; Georges Lagrange; Heresy; Francois Clement; Anglican; Michael Davies; Communion; Martin Lugmayr; Consecration; Ordo Missae; Cassian Folsom; Exposition; Christian Chanut; Mediator Dei; Wolfgang Graf; Bertrand de Margerie; Herve Courau;