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Handbook for Liturgical Studies, Volume II

Fundamental Liturgy

Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, Editor

What concepts must one have in order to understand and explain the nature and purpose, the plan and actualization, and the relational character of the liturgy? Volume 2: Fundamental Liturgy addresses this question in three parts—epistemology, celebration, and human sciences—which develop the foundational concepts of the liturgy. It leads the reader to a deeper understanding of the liturgy by examining the basic concepts that belong to its definition. Articles and their contributors are "Theology of the Liturgy," by Alceste Catella; "Liturgical Symbolism," by Crispino Valenziano; "Liturgy and Spirituality," by Jésus Castellano Cervera, OCD; "Pastoral Liturgical Ministry," by Domenico Sartore, CSJ; "Catechesis and Liturgy," by Domenico Sartore, CSJ; "Liturgy and Ecclesiology," by Nathan Mitchell; "The Liturgical Assembly," by Mark Francis, CSV; "Participation in the Liturgy," by Anna Kai-Yung Chan; "Liturgical Ministries," by Thomas A. Krosnicki, SVD; "The Psychosociological Aspect of the Liturgy," by Lucio Maria Pinkus, OSM; "Liturgy and Anthropology: The Meaning and the Method of the Question," by Crispino Valenziano; "The Language of Liturgy," by Silvano Maggiani, OSM; "Liturgy and Aesthetic," by Silvano Maggiani, OSM; "Liturgy and Music," by Jan Michael Joncas; "Liturgy and Iconology," by Crispino Valenziano; and "Liturgy and Inculturation," by Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB and Silvano Maggiani, OSM

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Handbook for Liturgical Studies, Volume IV

Sacraments and Sacramentals

Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, Editor

Volume IV: Sacraments and Sacramentals contributes to a deeper understanding of the nature and purpose of sacraments and sacramentals and leads the reader to a more critical appreciation of Vatican II decrees and what the postconciliar reform has implemented. This fourth volume opens with a review of the basic liturgical notion of sacraments and sacramentals and then examines them according to their earliest known form going back to the first four centuries. After the fourth century the treatment is divided between the East and the West. Where opportune, as in the case of confirmation, questions are raised about pastoral implications of the postconciliar reform. Articles and their contributors are "Christian Initiation During the First Four Centuries," by Adrien Nocent, OSB; "Christian Initiation in the East," by Stefano Parenti; "Christian Initiation in the Roman Church from the Fifth Century Until Vatican II," by Adrien Nocent, OSB; "Reconciliation in the First Four Centuries," by Antonio Santantoni; "Reconciliation in the Eastern Churches," by Nicola Bux; "Reconciliation in Rome and the Non-Roman West," by Antonio Santantoni; "Anointing of the Sick During the First Four Centuries," by Stefano Parenti; "Care and Anointing of the Sick in the East," by Stefano Parenti; "The Anointing of the Sick in the West," by Philippe Rouillard, OSB; "Orders and Ministries in the First Four Centuries," by Antonio Santantoni; "Ordinations in the East," by Stefano Parenti; "Ordination and Ministries in the West," by Antonio Santantoni; "The Christian Rite of Marriage in the East," by Stefano Parenti; "The Christian Rite of Marriage in the West," by Adrien Nocent, OSB; "Monastic Profession in the East," by Manel Nin, OSB; "Rite of Religious Profession in the West," by Matias Augé, CMF; "The Rite of Consecration of Virgins," by Nichola Emsley, OSB; "Funeral Rites in the East," by Elena Velkova Velkovska; "Funeral Rites in Rome and the Non-Roman West," by Vincent Owusu, SVD; "Blessings in the East," by Elena Velkova Velkovska; and "Blessings in Rome and the Non-Roman West," by Renier Kaczynski. Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, is the director of the Paul VI Institute of Liturgy in the Philippines and professor of liturgical inculturation at the Pontifical Liturgical Institute in Rome. Among his publications are Liturgies of the Future: The Process and Methods of Inculturation and Liturgical Inculturation: Sacraments, Religiosity, and Catechesis, published by The Liturgical Press.

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Handbook For Liturgical Studies, Volume V

Liturgical Time and Space

Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, Editor

The final volume in the Handbook for Liturgical Studies series, Volume V: Liturgical Time and Space contains the concluding material for an integral study of the liturgy. It opens with a preliminary notion of time and space, before discussing in detail three types of liturgical celebrations on which time and space have a direct and particular bearing. The first of these is the Liturgy of the Hours. This topic is developed in the light of the early Christian tradition until the fourth century and its subsequent forms in both East and West. The second is the Liturgical Year, traditionally called the anni circulas. The development of the Liturgical Year during the first four centuries is reviewed. This is followed by a detailed study of the Byzantine, Roman, and non-Roman Western tradition. It concludes with the theology and spirituality of the Liturgical Year wherein the mystery of Christ as a saving event is made present in time, so that the faithful may lay hold of it through the Word and the sacraments. The theology of liturgical space is drawn from the mutual interaction between the assembled community, which gives meaning to the place of assembly, and the place itself, which upholds and signifies community. Articles and their contributors in Part I: Liturgy of the Hours are "Liturgy of the Hours in the First Four Centuries," by Rubén Leikam, OSB; "Liturgy of the Hours in the East," by Robert Taft, SJ; "Liturgy of the Hours in the Roman Rite," by Rubén Leikam, OSB; "Liturgy of the Hours in the Non-Roman West," by Rubén Leikam, OSB; and "Theology of the Liturgy of the Hours," by Robert Taft, SJ Articles and their contributors in Part II: The Liturgical Year are "The Liturgical Year in the East," by Matias Augé, CMF; "The Liturgical Year in the East," by Elena Velkova Velkovska; "The Liturgical Year in the Roman Rite," by Matias Augé, CMF; "The Liturgical Year in the Non-Roman West," by Gabriel Ramis; "The Cult of Mary in East and West," by Ignacio Calabuig, OSM; "The Cult of Saints in East and West," by Philippe Rouillard, OSB; and "Theology of the Liturgical Year," by Matias Augé, CMF Articles and their contributors in Part III: Liturgical Space are "Dedication of the Church in East and West," by Ignacio Calabuig, OSM; "Liturgical Architecture in East and West," by Crispino Valenziano; and "Theology of Liturgical Space," by Cettina Militello. Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, is the director of the Paul VI Institute of Liturgy in the Philippines and professor of liturgical inculturation at the Pontifical Liturgical Institute in Rome. Among his publications are Liturgies of the Future: The Process and Methods of Inculturation and Liturgical Inculturation: Sacraments, Religiosity, and Catechesis, published by The Liturgical Press.

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Handbook for Liturgical Studies, Volume I

Introduction to the Liturgy

Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, Editor

Volume I consists of three parts: "Preliminary Notions," "Historical Overview of the Liturgy," and "Liturgical Sources." Articles and their contributors include "A Definition of Liturgy," by Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB; "Liturgical Families in the East," by Ephrem Carr, OSB; "Liturgical Families in the West," by Gabriel Ramis; "Bible and Liturgy," by Renato De Zan; "Liturgy and the Fathers," by Basil Studer, OSB; "Liturgy and Ecumenism," by Patrick Lyons, OSB; "History of the Liturgy Until the Fourth Century," by Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB; "History of the Eastern Liturgies," by Manel Nin, OSB; "History of the Roman Liturgy Until the Fifteenth Century," by Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB; "History of the Roman Liturgy from the Sixteenth Until the Twentieth Centuries," by Keith F. Pecklers, SJ; "History of the Liturgies in the Non-Roman West," by Jordi Pinell I Pons, OSB; "Liturgical Documents of the First Four Centuries," by Basil Studer, OSB; "Byzantine Liturgical Books," by Elena Velkova Velkovska; "Other Liturgical Books in the East," by Manel Nin, OSB; "Liturgical Books of the Roman Rite," by Cassian Folsom, OSB; "Liturgical Books of the Non-Roman West," by Gabriel Ramis; "Liturgical Textual Criticism," by Renato De Zan; "Criticism and Interpretation of Liturgical Texts," by Renato De Zan; "Translation of Liturgical Texts," by Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB; and "Liturgical Law," by Frederick R. McManus. More than forty authors from Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America, and Eastern and Western Europe have contributed to the Handbook. Many are professors and graduates of the Pontifical Liturgical Institute in Rome. Each author, while drawing material from liturgical tradition and from ancient, medieval, and modern sources, writes also from a particular research and personal interest in a subject. Although diverse in style, the authors collectively express a spirit of fidelity to the Church, to its doctrine and tradition, and to its mission. The result is a cohesive view of the meaning, purpose, and celebration of Christian worship. Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, is the director of the Paul VI Institute of Liturgy in the Philippines and professor of liturgical inculturation at the Pontifical Liturgical Institute in Rome. Among his publications are Liturgies of the Future: The Process and Methods of Inculturation and Liturgical Inculturation: Sacraments, Religiosity, and Catechesis, published by The Liturgical Press.

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Handbook for Liturgical Studies Set

Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, Editor

The Handbook for Liturgical Studies provides a course of liturgical studies in five volumes. It is offered as a model, source, and reference for students of liturgy and liturgical ministry.The Handbook differentiates from its predecessor Anamnesis, published by the Pontifical Liturgical Institute. First, the subjects in the liturgical ordo, history, and tradition are examined as components of the theology of liturgy. Next, the Handbook pays significant attention to the role played by the human sciences in the liturgy (psycho-sociology, anthropology, linguistics, and the arts.) Pastoral and spiritual considerations receive appropriate treatment in light of liturgical principles, and general models based on the meaning and purpose of the liturgy are suggested. The materials of the East and the non-Roman West are integrated with the Roman, providing a comprehensive vision of Christian worship.More than forty authors from Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America, and Europe have contributed to the Handbook. Many are professors of the Pontifical Liturgical Institute in Rome. Each author, while drawing material from liturgical tradition and from ancient, medieval, and modern sources, writes also from a particular research and personal interest in a subject. Although diverse in style, the authors collectively express a spirit of fidelity to the Church, to its doctrine and tradition, and to its mission. The result is a cohesive view of the meaning, purpose, and celebration of Christian worship.The editor's goal in these volumes is for students to learn the methodology, historical setting, theological and spiritual doctrines, and the pastoral concerns of the liturgy. Through these volumes, readers are led not only to a scientific understanding of the liturgy but also to an active and spiritually fruitful participation in the ecclesial celebration of Christ's mystery desired by the Second Vatican Council.

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Handbook for Liturgical Studies, Volume III

The Eucharist

Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, Editor

Volume III: The Eucharist contributes to the reflection on the meaning and purpose of the eucharistic celebration. It also offers to teachers and students of liturgy a handbook for studying this subject according to a system based on historical development, theology and doctrine, liturgical texts and traditions in both East and West, and pastoral considerations. Articles and their contributors are "A Eucharistic Lexicon," by Marcel Metzger; "The Eucharist in the First Four Centuries," by Enrico Mazza; "The Various Orders of Celebration," by Stefano Parenti; "The Oriental Anaphorae," by Enzo Lodi; "The History of the Roman Eucharistic Liturgy in Rome," by Marcel Metzger; "The Sacramentary of Paul VI," by Michael Witczak; "The Roman Lectionary for Mass," by Adrien Nocent, OSB; "The Homily," by Domenico Sartore, CSJ; "Musical Elements in the Ordo Missae of Paul VI," by Jan Michael Joncas; "The Eucharistic Celebration in the Non-Roman West," by Gabriel Ramis; "Worship of the Eucharist Outside Mass," by Nathan Mitchell; "The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts," by Nicola Bux; "The Viaticum," by Philippe Rouillard, OSB; "Questions about Specific Points," by Adrien Nocent, OSB; "Theology of Eucharistic Celebration," by David N. Power, OMI Anscar J. Chupungco, OSB, is the director of the Paul VI Institute of Liturgy in the Philippines and professor of liturgical inculturation at the Pontifical Liturgical Institute in Rome. He is the author of Liturgies of the Future: The Process and Methods of Inculturation, and Liturgical Inculturation: Sacraments, Religiosity, and Catechesis, published by The Liturgical Press.

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