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Kiraz Liturgical Studies

This series provides a venue for studies about liturgies as well as books containing various liturgies. Making liturgical studies available to those who wish to learn more about their own worship and practice or about the traditions of other religious groups, this series includes works on service music, the daily offices, services for special occasions, and the sacraments.

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Language, Liturgy and Meaning

ISBN: 978-1-60724-349-6
An intellectual exploration of language and liturgy and how both of them participate in the articulation of meaning.
$110.00 $66.00

Hippolytus: A Text for Students

ISBN: 978-1-60724-350-2
This volume includes an introduction, translation, commentary, and notes.
$138.00 $82.80

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.
$138.00 $82.80

Liturgies of the Spanish and Portuguese Reformed Episcopal Churches

Edited by Colin Buchanan
ISBN: 978-1-60724-352-6
The liturgies of the Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church and the Lusitanian Church are presented here and introduced by a bishop of the Anglican communion.
$138.00 $82.80

Fourth Century Anaphoral Construction Techniques

ISBN: 978-1-60724-353-3
The origins, methodologies, and uses of the Anaphoras of Sts. Basil and James are explored, along with examples.
$138.00 $82.80

The Medieval Development of Liturgical Symbolism

ISBN: 978-1-60724-355-7
Liturgical allegory has often flourished in the history of Christianity, despite persistent pruning by sceptical theologians through the ages. The full fruits of this growth ripened during the Middle Ages, as preserved in the pages of Latin and Byzantine liturgical commentaries.
$138.00 $82.80

The Konat Syriac Orthodox Anaphoras

Edited by Abraham Konat
ISBN: 978-1-60724-849-1
This collection of eighteen Syriac Orthodox Anaphoras is an important source for scholars and clergy. Produced in Kerala by Abraham Konat, the son of the known scholar Matthew Konat, it is still used in the liturgical practices of the Syriac church.
$172.00 $103.20

Die liturgische Gewandung in Occident und Orient

nach Ursprung und Entwickliung, Verwendung und Symbolik
ISBN: 978-1-61719-744-4
This volume, written by a Jesuit, discusses the history and use of liturgical garments.
$284.00 $170.40

The Syrian Churches

Their Early History, Liturgies and Literature
ISBN: 978-1-61143-475-0
History of the Syriac-speaking churches, with comparative liturgies, and the Peshitta of the Gospels, translated into English.
$218.00 $130.80