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Paradigmengebete ostsyrischer Kirchendichtung

Translation and Introduction by Anton Baumstark
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 451
ISBN: 978-1-60724-885-9
Anton Baumstark surveys the possible literary sources for liturtgical hymn prayers of the Eastern Syriac tradition and also provides a Latin translation of nineteen such prayers found in Bedjan’s Chaldean Breviary.

Studien zur äthiopischen Kirchenmusik

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 450
ISBN: 978-1-60724-884-2
Egon Wellesz presents here a thorough study of music in the Ethiopic Christian tradition. Wellesz’s discussion includes a survey of previous literature, a comparison of musical features with other traditions, and examples of Ethiopic musical texts.

Ein frühchristliches Theotokion in mehrsprachiger Überlieferung und verwandte Texte des ambrosianischen Ritus

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 449
ISBN: 978-1-60724-883-5
Anton Baumstark compares the Greek text of a Theotokion preserved in a sixth-century manuscript to comparable texts from the Oriental Christian traditions and the Western Ambrosian Rite.

Denkmäler altarmenischer Meßliturgie

Translation and Introduction by Peter Ferhat & Anton Baumstark
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 448
ISBN: 978-1-60724-882-8
Joseph Catergian’s Die Liturgien bei den Armeniern was significant for liturgical studies in the Armenian tradition, but it lacked translations of the texts. The present publication includes translations by Peter Ferhart, Anton Baumstark, and Adolf Rücker.

Die Kirchenmusik im byzantinischen Reiche und Zur Entzifferung der byzantinischen Notenschrift

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 447
ISBN: 978-1-60724-855-2
Egon Wellesz presents here an in-depth survey of Christian music in the Byzantine tradition. Wellesz discusses the present state of research and the problems inherent in such a survey, and describes the notation and symbols used in the manuscript tradition.

Quadragesima und Karwoche Jerusalems im siebten Jahrhundert und Oster- und Pfingster Jerusalems im siebten Jahrhundert

Translated by Theodor Kluge; Introduction by Anton Baumstark
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 443
ISBN: 978-1-60724-851-4
Theodor Kluge publishes a German translation of two Eastern Christian liturgical texts for use in Holy Week, Easter and Pentecost. Anton Baumstark adds notations to the translation and includes an introduction to each text.

The Ritual Kiss in Early Christian Worship

ISBN: 978-1-60724-387-8
This study collates the scattered evidence in the New Testament patristic literature for its practice, and examines its spiritual and quasi-sacramental significance, including its relation to the role of the Spirit.

The Testamentum Domini

Translated and Annotated by Grant Sperry-White
ISBN: 978-1-60724-373-1
A Text for Students, with Introduction, Translation and Notes.

Calvin and Bullinger on the Lord's Supper

ISBN: 978-1-60724-367-0
An investigation of sixteenth-century Reformed views on the Lord's Supper from two of the leaders of that tradition. The impasse and resolution between John Calvin and Zwingli's successor Heinrich Bullinger provide the background for this discussion.

A Liturgical Glossary

Compiled by Michael Sansom
ISBN: 978-1-60724-351-9
Liturgy is a subject which very quickly throws up a barrage of unfamiliar words to defeat the student, the lay enquirer—and even a good many clergy. The basis of this glossary was a simple word list compiled for students in the Cambridge Federation of Theological Colleges, but it has been expanded and rewritten by students at Ridley Hall.

Celebrating Forgiveness

An original text drafted by Michael Vasey
ISBN: 978-1-60724-348-9
This Liturgical Study is dedicated to the memory of Michael Vasey, liturgy tutor at St John's College, Durham (1975-1998), and a member of the Church of England's Liturgical Commission (1985-1998), who died in June 1998. It reproduces the text which he originally drafted for the Commission in the early 1990s, as amended both by the Commission and by the House of Bishops, on which discussion was effectively suspended in 1995. At that stage the Commission propsed to further the discussion on penitence and reconciliation in the church by publishing its proposed text together with some background essays, but the project, which Michael was to have edited, was halted by his untimely death.

The Savoy Conference Revisited

The proceedings taken from the Grand Debate of 1661 and the works of Richard Baxter
Edited with an Introduction by Colin Buchanan
ISBN: 978-1-60724-403-5
The records of the Savoy Conference come from seventeenth century sources, and they were edited and reproduced in two nineteenth century volumes: E.Cardwell's A History of Conferences and Other Proceedings connected with the Revision of The Book of Common Prayer; from the year 1558 to the year 1690 (1841, and 2nd ed. 1849) and G.Gould, Documents relating to the Settlement of the Church of England by the Act of Uniformity of 1662 (London, 1862). Both present the Presbyterians' 'Exceptions' tabled at the Savoy Conference in 1661, and the Bishops' (somewhat unyielding) Answers to the Exceptions - but neither editor brings the texts together. This Joint Study presents the General Exceptions in parallel column with their respective Answers.

Church and Worship in Fifth-Century Rome

The Letter of Innocent 1 to Decentius of Gubbio
ISBN: 978-1-60724-401-1
The letter comes from the fourth century and is therefore very significant for studies of early Roman liturgical history - and is frequently quoted. Here the series provides the full text with translation and notes.

Early Jewish Liturgy

A Sourcebook for use by students of Early Christian Liturgy
ISBN: 978-1-60724-400-4
Whereas many studies suggest or presuppose some link between Christian liturgical origins and the practices of Judaism the Jewish sources are hard to find and understand for Christian students without any background in early Judaism and its literature. This book presents some of the relevant sources in clear English, with accompanying material which sets the sources in their context and introduces the student to the debate about the relationship between Jewish and early Christian liturgy.

Anglican Missals and their Canons

1549, Interim Rite and Roman
ISBN: 978-1-60724-392-2
With the 1552 prayer book the weaponry of the earlier liturgical works changed. This booklet discusses the missals and canons up to the modern period.

The Liturgy of St James as presently used

Edited with an Introduction by Phillip Tovey
ISBN: 978-1-60724-391-5
The Liturgy of St James is used by a number of churches. This gives the Greek, Syriac and Reformed (Mar Thoma Syrian Church) texts in parallel columns for comparison.

Anglican Orders and Ordinations

Edited by David Holeton
ISBN: 978-1-60724-390-8
Essays and Reports from the Interim Conference at Jarvenpaa, Finland, of the International Anglican Liturgical Consultation, 4-9 August 1997.

Anglican Liturgical Inculturation in Africa

The Kanamai Statement 'African Culture and Anglican Liturgy'
Edited by David Gitari
ISBN: 978-1-60724-380-9
With Introduction, Papers read at Kanamai, and a first Response.

The Sacramentary of Sarapion of Thmuis

Translated and Annotated by R. J. S. Barrett-Lennard
ISBN: 978-1-60724-377-9
A text for Students, with an introduction, translation and commentary.

The Anglican Eucharist in New Zealand 1814-1989

ISBN: 978-1-60724-374-8
The background, beginnings, and controversies of the Eucharistic developments in New Zealand are presented. The twenieth century is divded into four periods to facilitate the exploration.

Cremation Today and Tomorrow

ISBN: 978-1-60724-370-0
This booklet considers the implications of cremation, both theological and pastoral aspects. Clerical and lay points of view are presented.

The Liturgical Portions of the Apostolic Constitutions

Edited and Translated by W. Jardine Grisbrooke
ISBN: 978-1-60724-368-7
A text for students, with translation, introduction and annotations.

Adult Initiation

Edited by Donald Withey
ISBN: 978-1-60724-365-6
Papers delivered at the Conference of the Society for Liturgical Study 1988 by David M Thompson, Colin Buchanan, Christopher J Walsh and Peter W Ball.

Essays in Early Eastern Initiation

Edited by Paul Bradshaw
ISBN: 978-1-60724-363-2
Paul Bradshaw, Maxwell Johnson, and Ruth Meyers write on baptismal practice in the Alexandrian tradition, reconciling Cyril and Egeria on the catechetical process, and the structure of the Syrian baptismal rite.

Inculturation: The Eucharist in Africa

ISBN: 978-1-60724-362-5
An introduction to the issues surrounding inculturation, with particular reference to the Eucharist in the African context. Discussion is held of a variety of denominations and the text of the Eucharistic prayer for the new Kenyan service is included.