1st Edition

Medieval Liturgy A Book of Essays

Edited By Lizette Larson-Miller Copyright 1997
    332 Pages
    by Routledge

    332 Pages
    by Routledge

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    Originally published in 1997, Medieval Liturgy is a unique and interesting collection of nine essays that explores medieval liturgy from three distinct perspectives: historical, liturgical, and theological. The book includes contributions from eminent scholars of the time and discusses the development of 9th to 11th century ordines, the meaning of the Mass in the 12th and 13th centuries, medieval preaching, ordination practices, popular penance practices, marriage rites, the role of music in Eucharistic liturgy, and the relationship between liturgical architectural space and theology.



    Part I: Eucharistic Liturgy

    1. The Evolution of the Ordo Missae in the Early Middle Ages, Joanne M. Pierce

    2. Commentaries on the Mass During the Early Scholastic Period, Gary Macy

    3. Reading the World in a Eucharistic Context: The Shape and Methods of Early Medieval Exegesis, Marie Anne Mayeski

    Part II: Other Rites

    4. A Skein of Scared Sevens: Hugh of Amiens on Orders and Ordination, Jan Michael Joncas

    5. Penance in Transition: Popular Piety and Practice, Michael S. Driscoll

    6. Rites of Marriage in the Western Middle Ages: John K. Leonard

    Part III: Issues in Liturgy

    7. The Song of the Assembly in Medieval Eucharist, Edward Foley

    8. The Mind’s Eye: Theological Controversy and Religious Architecture in the Reign of Charlemagne, Susan A. Rabe

    9. Sincut Samuhel Unxit David: Early Carolingian Royal Anointings Reconsidered, Paul A. Jacobson



    Lizette Larson-Miller