Volume 19

Volume 19 (2015)

Numbers One, Two, and Three

Addresses and Essays

Bishop James D. Conley, “Light Shining out of Darkness”

19.1, pp. 3-13

Thomas Lane, “The Jewish Temple is Transfigured in Christ and the Temple Liturgies are Transfigured in the Sacraments”

19.1, pp. 14-28

Uwe Michael Lang, “Augustine’s Conception of Sacrifice in City of God, Book X, and the Eucharistic Sacrifice”

19.1, pp. 29-51

David A. Lopez, “Order of Levitical Blessing: Fruitfully Reclaiming a Patristic, Liturgical Typology of the Diaconate”

19.1, pp. 52-78

Stephen J. Baker, “Between Seen and Unseen: The Transformative Nature of Ornament and Its Role in Creating Transitional Spaces in Catholic Sacred Architecture”

19.1, pp. 79-89

Archbishop Augustine J. Di Noia, O.P., “Divine Worship and the Liturgical Vitality of the Church”

19.2, pp. 109-115

Stephen J. Lopes, “A Missal for the Ordinariates: The Work of the Anglicanae Traditiones Interdicasterial Commission”

19.2, pp. 116-131

Clinton Allen Brand, “Very Members Incorporate: Reflections on the Sacral Language of Divine Worship

19.2, pp. 132-154

Edward Maxfield, “Divine Worship and The Order of Holy Baptism for Infants

19.2, pp. 155-172

John-Bede Pauley, O.S.B., “The Anglican Choral Heritage and Lectio Divina

19.2, pp. 173-215

Andrew Meszaros, “The Mystery of the Ascension and the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar”

19.3, pp. 243-264

Owen Vyner, “The Anthropology of St John Paul II and Authentic Communal Participation in the Sacrament of Penance”

19.3, pp. 265-283

Christopher J. Renz, O.P., “Liturgical Piety, Awe, and Beauty in a New Liturgical Movement”

19.3, pp. 284-309

Matthew J. Albright, “Sacrifice as the Key to Understanding the Difference and Relationship Between the Priesthood of the Baptized and of the Ordained”

19.3, pp. 310-337

Book Reviews

Robert Bartlett, Why Can the Dead Do Such Great Things? Saints and Worshippers from the Martyrs to the Reformation, Reviewed by Leonard J. DeLorenzo

19.1, pp. 90-92

François-Xavier Durrwell, In the Redeeming Christ, Reviewed by Anthony Pagliarini

19.1, pp. 92-94

Andrea Grillo, Beyond Pius V: Conflicting Interpretations of the Liturgical Reform, Reviewed by Michael B. Wurtz, C.S.C.

19.1, pp. 94-96

Hal St John Broadbent, The Call of the Holy: Heidegger, Chauvet, Benedict XVI, Reviewed by Michael Wahl

19.1, pp. 97-99

Johan Van Parys, What’s the Smoke For? And Other Burning Questions about the Liturgy, Reviewed by Kevin Magas

19.1, pp. 100-101

Daniel L. Schwartz, Paideia and Cult: Christian Initiation in Theodore of Mopsuestia, Reviewed by Andrew C. Chronister

19.2, pp. 216-218

Goffredo Boselli, The Spiritual Meaning of the Liturgy: School of Prayer, Source of Life, Reviewed by Brian Dunkle, S.J.

19.2, pp. 219-220

Adam G. Cooper, Holy Eros: A Liturgical Theology of the Body, Reviewed by Adrian J. Reimers

19.2, pp. 221-223

Alexander Golitzin with Bogdan G. Bucur, ed., Mystagogy: A Monastic Reading of Dionysius Areopagita, Reviewed by Robert F. Slesinski

19.2, pp. 223-225

Alcuin Reid, ed., The Sacred Liturgy: The Source and Summit of the Life and Mission of the Church, Reviewed by Michael Wahl

19.2, pp. 226-228

Roger S. Wieck, Illuminating Faith: The Eucharist in Medieval Life and Art, Reviewed by Dianne Phillips

19.2, pp. 228-231

Louis Bouyer, Mémoires, Reviewed by John M. Pepino

19.2, pp. 231-237

James Monti, A Sense of the Sacred: Roman Catholic Worship in the Middle Ages, Reviewed by Kevin Magas

19.3, pp. 338-340

Timothy R. Gabrielli, Confirmation: How a Sacrament of God’s Grace Became All About Us, Reviewed by Timothy O’Malley

19.3, pp. 341-343

Nicholas L. Gregoris, The Faith of the Early Church: An Ancient Apologetic for the New Evangelization, Reviewed by Thomas M. Kocik

19.3, pp. 343-347

Kathleen Harmon, Becoming the Psalms: A Spirituality of Singing and Praying the Psalms, Reviewed by Audrey Seah

19.3, pp. 347-349

Thomas O’Loughlin, The Eucharist: Origins and Contemporary Understandings, Reviewed by Michael Wahl

19.3, pp. 349-352

Mark G. Boyer, The Liturgical Environment: What the Documents Say, 3rd Edition, Reviewed by Duncan G. Stroik

19.3, pp. 352-355

Conference Reports

Christopher Carstens, “SCL 20th Annual Conference Report 2015: The Liturgy: It is Right and Just”

19.3, pp. 356-358