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 Jesus 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,
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