Volume 17

Volume 17 (2013)

Numbers One, Two, and Three


Uwe Michael Lang, “From the Editor”

17.1, p. 2

Addresses and Essays

Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke, “Sacred Liturgy and Asceticism: Respect for the Ius Divinum

17.1, pp. 3-30

Hans-Jürgen Feulner, “‘Anglican Use of the Roman Rite’? The Unity of the Liturgy in the Diversity of Its Rites and Forms”

17.1, pp. 31-72

Daria Spezzano, “Conjoined to Christ’s Passion: The Deifying Asceticism of the Sacraments according to Thomas Aquinas”

17.1, pp. 73-86

Ole Martin Stamnestrø, “The Germanic Liturgical Movement: Maria Laach and Klosterneuburg”

17.1, pp. 87-102

William H. Johnston, “Pope Benedict XVI on the Postconciliar Liturgical Reform: An Essay in Interpretation”

17.2, pp. 118-138

Alcuin Reid, “From Rubrics to Ars Celebrandi—Liturgical Law in the 21st Century”

17.2, pp. 139-167

Roland Millare, “The Nominalist Justification for Luther’s Sacramental Theology”

17.2, pp. 168-190

Paul Jerome Keller, O.P., “How ‘Catholic’ is the Sacred Liturgy? Or: A Mass for the Masses”

17.3, pp. 212-224

Madeleine Grace, C.V.I., “Eucharistic Fasting: A Review of Its Practice and Evaluation of Its Benefit”

17.3, pp. 225-246

Michael F. Brummond, “The Thomistic Notion of the Non-Local Presence of Christ in the Eucharist: Its Meaning and Place in Catholic Tradition”

17.3, pp. 247-275

Book Reviews

Robert J. Hater, Gateways to God: Celebrating the Sacraments, Reviewed by James K. Lee

17.1, pp. 103-105

Robert L. Tuzik, ed., Lift Up Your Hearts: A Pastoral, Theological, and Historical Survey of the Third Typical Edition of The Roman MissalReviewed by David Pitt

17.1, pp. 105-107

Milton Walsh, In Miory of Me: A Meditation on the Roman Canon, Reviewed by Michael B. Wurtz, C.S.C.

17.1, pp. 108-109

Bruce T. Morrill, S.J. Encountering Christ in the Eucharist: The Paschal Mystery in People, Word, and Sacrament, Reviewed by Timothy P. O’Malley

17.1, pp. 110-112

Massimo Faggioli, True Reform: Liturgy and Ecclesiology in Sacrosanctum Concilium, Reviewed by Andrew C. Chronister

17.1, pp. 112-114

Stratford Caldecott, All Things Made New: The Mysteries of the World in Christ, Reviewed by Albertus Horting

17.2, pp. 191-193

Charlotte Kroeker, The Sounds of Our Offerings: Achieving Excellence in Church MusicReviewed by David Pitt

17.2, pp. 193-195

Joseph P. Swain, Sacred Treasure: Understanding Catholic Liturgical MusicReviewed by Brian W. MacMichael

17.2, pp. 195-198

Anthony Esolen, The Beauty of the Word: A Running Commentary on the Roman MissalReviewed by David W. Fagerberg

17.2, pp. 198-200

Robin M. Jensen, Baptismal Imagery in Early Christianity: Ritual, Visual, and Theological DimensionsReviewed by Dianne Philips

17.2, pp. 200-203

John H. McKenna, Become What You Receive: A Systiatic Study of the Eucharist, Reviewed by James K. Lee

17.2, pp. 203-205

Michon M. Matthiesen, Sacrifice As Gift: Eucharist, Grace, and Contiplative Prayer in Maurice de la TailleReviewed by David W. Fagerberg

17.2, pp. 205-208

Kimberly Hope Belcher, Efficacious Engagient: Sacramental Participation in the Trinitarian MysteryReviewed by Shawn Colberg

17.3, pp. 276-280

Edith M. Humphrey, Grand Entrance: Worship on Earth as in Heaven, Reviewed by Andrew C. Chronister

17.3, pp. 280-282

Paul Turner, Glory in the Cross: Holy Week in the Third Edition of The Roman MissalReviewed by Jacob Runyon

17.3, pp. 283-285

Duncan G. Stroik, The Church Building as a Sacred Place: Beauty, Transcendence, and the Eternal, Reviewed by Uwe Michael Lang

17.3, pp. 285-287

N.T. Wright, The Case for the Psalms: Why They are Essential Reviewed by Anthony Pagliarini

17.3, pp. 287-289

David W. Fagerberg, On Liturgical Asceticism, Reviewed by Robert F. Slesinski

17.3, pp. 289-291