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Toward a trinitarian theology of liturgical participation / R. Gabriel Pivarnik, OP ; foreword by Rev. Msgr. Kevin W. Irwin.

By: Pivarnik, R. Gabriel.
Contributor(s): Irwin, Kevin W.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Collegeville, Minnesota : A Pueblo Book/Liturgical Press, [2012]Description: xxiii, 259 pages ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0814662854 (paperback); 9780814662854 (paperback).Subject(s): Kilmartin, Edward J | Vagaggini, Cipriano, 1909- | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- History -- 20th century | Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Theology | Public worship -- Catholic Church | Trinity -- History of doctrines -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 264/.0208
Contents:
The search for meaning within liturgical participation -- The unfolding of a trinitarian narrative in the concept of liturgical participation -- Attempts at creating a trinitarian approach to participation I: Cipriano Vagaggini -- Attempts at creating a trinitarian approach to participation II: Edward Kilmartin -- Later attempts to articulate a trinitarian theology of participation -- Toward a trinitarian theology of liturgical participation -- The emergence of a trinitarian language of liturgical participation.
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"A Pueblo Book."

Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-253) and index.

The search for meaning within liturgical participation -- The unfolding of a trinitarian narrative in the concept of liturgical participation -- Attempts at creating a trinitarian approach to participation I: Cipriano Vagaggini -- Attempts at creating a trinitarian approach to participation II: Edward Kilmartin -- Later attempts to articulate a trinitarian theology of participation -- Toward a trinitarian theology of liturgical participation -- The emergence of a trinitarian language of liturgical participation.

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