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Anglican orders : a way forward ?

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Author
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Publication Date
[1977]
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5178 Y3
Author
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Place
London
Publisher
Catholic Truth Society
Publication Date
[1977]
Physical_Description
16 p.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Includes bibliographical endnotes.
Bibliography: p. 16.
Author is a member of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC I). "Fr. Yarnold's essay (in which he speaks as an individual, not as a spokesman for the Commission) on a possible way forward is an interesting and hopeful contribution to that progress towards unity in truth for which Christ prayed".
Subjects
Anglican orders
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion
Catholic Church. Pope, 1878-1903 (Leo XIII) Apostolicae curae (13 September 1896)
Call Number
BX 5178 Y3
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican orders : a way forward ?

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Author
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Publication Date
[1977]
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5178 Y3 1977
Author
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Place
London
Publisher
Catholic Truth Society
Publication Date
[1977]
Physical_Description
16 p. ; 18.5 x 12 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[B]y Edward Yarnold".
Imprimatur dated Westminster, 5th March 1977. -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliography, p. 16.
"In 1896 Pope Leo XIII in a Bull entitled 'Apostolicae Curae' ... declared that 'ordinations performed according to the Anglican rite have been and are completely null and void' .... Is it possible that Pope Leo was mistaken, so that a later Pope could revoke the Bull ? Or that the situation has changed so much over the last eighty years that the verdict, though correct in 1896, is not longer correct today ? If on the other hand the condemnation must still stand, what hope is there for the future relations between the two Churches ? This pamphlet is one man's attempt not only to explain the past but to explore the future. If the reader wishes to consider other points of view, he will find guidance in the Bibliography". -- p. 3.
Contents divided into sections: Not a new decision -- The origins of Anglican orders -- Leo XIII's judgement -- Defect of form -- Defect of intention -- The underlying reasons -- Forward through reordination ? -- A new assessment ? -- The meaning of 'validity' -- Apostolic succession -- The concept of ministry -- Conclusion -- References -- Bibliography.
Colophon: Printed by Pell (Brighton) Ltd., Hove, Sussex BN3 5JE.
Subjects
Anglican orders
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Catholic Church. Pope, 1878-1903 (Leo XIII) Apostolicae curae (13 September 1896)
Apostolic succession and Christian union
Ministry and Christian union
Call Number
BX 5178 Y3 1977
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican orders : essays on the centenary of Apostolicae Curae 1896-1996

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Publication Date
1996
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BX 5178 A57 F7 1996
Place
Harrisburg PA
Publisher
Morehouse Publishing
Publication Date
1996
Physical_Description
149 p. ; 23.3 x 15.2 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited with an Introduction, by R. William Franklin".
"Foreword by Hugh Montefiore".
"Also published by Anglican Theological Review Vol. LXXVIII. No. 1, Winter 1996".
"First published in 1996 in the UK by Mowbray, a Cassell imprint". First American edition published in 1996 by Morehouse Publishing, P.O. Box 1321, Harrisburg, PA 17105". -- verso of t.-p.
Contents: Foreword / Hugh Montefiore -- Introduction : The Opening of the Vatican Archives and the ARCIC Process / R. William Franklin -- 'Apostolicae Curae' and the Snares of Tradition / George H. Tavard -- "To the Intent that these Orders may be Continued": an Anglican theology of Holy Orders / Stephen Sykes -- A New Context : ARCIC and Afterwards / Edward Yarnold -- The Liturgical Consequences of 'Apostolicae Curae' for Anglican Ordination Rites / Paul F. Bradshaw -- Anglican Orders : An Ecumenical Context / Christopher Hill -- The Ordination of Women : A New Obstacle to the Recognition of Anglican Orders / Sara Butler -- A Response to Papers on 'Apostolicae Curae' / Joanne McWilliam -- The Dimension of Ecumenical Consensus in the Revision of Anglican Ordination Rites : A Response to Professor Bradshaw / J. Robert Wright -- A Roman Catholic Response / Jon Nilson -- Final Commentary / Frank T. Griswold -- English Text of 'Apostolicae Curae' -- English text of 'Saepius Officio'.
Colophon: Printed and bound in Great Britain by Redwood Books Ltd, Trowbridge, Wiltshire.
Added Entry
Franklin, R. William (Ralph William), 1947-
Montefiore, Hugh William, 1920-2005
Bradshaw, Paul F. (Paul Frederick), 1945-
Butler, Sara, 1938-
Fisher, Geoffrey Francis, 1887-1972
Griswold, Frank T. (Frank Tracy), 1937-
Hill, Christopher (Christopher John), 1945-
Leo XIII, Pope, 1810-1903
Maclagan, William D. (William Dalrymple), 1826-1910
McWilliam, Joanne Elizabeth, 1928-2008
Nilson, Jon, 1943-
Sykes, Stephen W. (Stephen Whitefield), 1939-2014
Tavard, George H. (George Henry), 1922-2007
Wright, J. Robert (John Robert), 1936-2022
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Subjects
Anglican orders
Anglican orders - Congresses
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion
Catholic Church. Pope, 1878-1903 (Leo XIII) Apostolicae curae (13 September 1896)
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC)
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC I)
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC II)
Authority - Religious aspects - Catholic Church
Tradition (Theology) - Catholic Church
Christian union - Catholic Church
Ministry - Anglican Communion
Ministry - Catholic Church
Priesthood - Anglican Communion
Priesthood - Catholic Church
Ministry and Christian union
Ordinals (Liturgical books) - Anglican Communion
Saepius officio (the Reply of the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the letter Apostolicae curae of Pope Leo XIII)
Agreed Statement on Ministry and Ordination. 1973
Apostolic succession - Anglican Communion
Apostolic succession - Catholic Church
Episcopacy - Anglican Communion
Episcopacy - Catholic Church
Episcopacy - Lutheran Church
Porvoo agreement
Ordination of women - Anglican Communion
Ordination of women and Christian union
Ordination - Anglican Communion
Liturgical renewal - Anglican Communion
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
Ordination and Christian union
Ordination - Orthodox Eastern Church
Catholic Church. Pope, 1978-2005 (John Paul II) Ordinatio sacerdotalis (22 May 1994)
Ordination of women - Episcopal Church
Tradition (Theology) - Anglican Communion
ISBN
0-8192-1669-0
Call Number
BX 5178 A57 F7 1996
Location
OTCH
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Anglican orders : the documents in the debate

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Publication Date
1997
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5178 A54 1997
Place
Norwich, Eng.
Publisher
Canterbury Press
Publication Date
1997
Physical_Description
xiv, 355 p. ; 22.3 x 14.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Christopher Hill and Edward Yarnold, SJ".
Includes bibliographical references (p. 341-342) and index.
"In 1995 a conference was held at General Theological Seminary, New York, in preparation for the centenary of 'Apostolicae Curae', Leo XIII's Apostolic Letter of 1896, which declared that Anglican ordinations were invalid' its papers have been published in the USA in 'Anglican Theological Review (LXXVIII/1) Winter 1996), and in England under the title 'Anglican Orders: Essays on the Centenary of Apostolicae Curae 1896-1996, ed. R.W. Franklin, with a Foreword by H. Montefiore (London 1996). The proposal was made at that conference that the centenary would provide a good occasion for publishing a collection of the 1896 documentation in English translation. The present volume is the realisation of this project". -- Preface.
Contents: Foreword by the Co-Chairmen of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission / Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, Roman Catholic Bishop of Arundel and Brighton [and] Mark Santer, Anglican Bishop of Birmingham -- Preface / Christopher Hill [and[ Edward Yarnold -- Introduction / C. Hill and E.J. Yarnold -- The Documents -- Bibliography and Sources -- Index.
Contents of Documents section: Letter of F. Portal to the Editor of the 'Moniteur de Rome' / Trans. E.J. Yarnold -- Votum of P. Gasparri / Trans. G. Earle -- Votum of L. Duchesne / Trans. R.T. Greenacre -- Votum of E. De Augustinis / Trans. C. Gallagher -- Votum of J. Moyes, F.A. Gasquet and D. Fleming / Trans. E.J. Yarnold -- Letter of T. Scannell in 'The Tablet', 1895 -- Summary and Votum of R. Pierotti / Trans. F. Sullivan -- Apostolic Letter 'Apostolicae Curae' of Pope Leo XIII -- Response of the Archbishops of Canterbury and York 'Saepius Officio' -- Extracts from 'A Roman Diary' by T.A. Lacey -- Letter of Lord Halifax to F. Portal.
Colophon: Printed and bound in Great Britain by Biddles Ltd, Guildford and King's Lynn.
Added Entry
Hill, Christopher (Christopher John), 1945-
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Murphy-O'Connor, Cormac, 1932-2017
Santer, Mark, 1936-
Subjects
Catholic Church. Pope, 1878-1903 (Leo XIII) Apostolicae curae (13 September 1896)
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Anglican orders
ISBN
1-85311-163-5
Call Number
BX 5178 A54 1997
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglicans and Roman Catholics : the search for unity

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Publication Date
[1994]
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BX 5004.2 A55 1994
Place
London
Publisher
SPCK / CTS
Publication Date
[1994]
Physical_Description
vii, 344 p. ; 21.4 x 13.7 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Christopher Hill and E.J. Yarnold, SJ".
At head of cover title: The ARCIC documents and their reception.
"Collection of documents about the work of the first Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) (1969-1981)". -- p. 3.
Includes bibliographical references, pp. 343-344.
"The scope of this books is thus to bring together with the text of the Final Report [of ARCIC I} a significant range of official evaluation, comment and explanation. Official comment is carefully distinguished from commendation by members of ARCIC, and outside 'expert opinion' is a third distinct category." -- Intro., p. 4.
Contents divided into sections: Introduction -- Official Comments -- Comments by Members of ARCIC -- Expert Opinion -- Conclusion -- Sources.
Contents of Introduction section: 1. The Scope of this Book / Christopher Hill -- 2. The History of ARCIC I / Edward Yarnold -- 3. The 'Common Declaration' by Pope Paul VI and the Archbishop of Canterbury (Michael Ramsey) (1966) -- 4. ARCIC I : The Final Report (1982).
Contents of Official Comments section: 5. The Observations of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on the Final Report of ARCIC I (1982) -- 6. Letter by Cardinal J. Ratzinger (Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith) to Bishop Alan Clark (Roman Catholic Co-Chairman of ARCIC I) (1982) -- 7. Response to the Final Report of ARCIC I by the Roman Catholic Bishops; Conference of England and Wales (1985) -- 8. Church of England Faith and Order Advisory Group on the Final Report of ARCIC I (1985) -- 9. The 1988 Lambeth Conference : Resolution 8 and Explanatory Note regarding ARCIC I -- 10. The Official Roman Catholic Response to the Final Report of ARCIC I (1991) -- 11. Roman Catholic Bishops' Response of England and Wales : Statement on the Roman Catholic Official Response (1991) -- 12. Comments of the Archbishop of Canterbury (George Carey) on the Official Roman Catholic Response (1991) -- 13. An Extract from Pope John Paul II's Address to a Group of English Roman Catholic Bishops (1992) -- 14. French Roman Catholic Episcopal Commission for Christian Unity : Concerning the Holy See's Response to the Final Report of ARCIC I (1992) -- 15. An Extract from an Account of a Meeting between Pope John Paul II and the Archbishop of Canterbury (George Carey) (1992) -- 16. Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation in the United States : Agreed Statement on the Lambeth and Vatican Responses to ARCIC I (1992) -- 17. ARCIC II : Requested Clarifications on Eucharist and Ministry (1993) -- 18. Letter by Cardinal E. Cassidy (President of the Pontifical Council for the Unity of Christians) to the Co-Chairmen of ARCIC II (1994).
Contents of Comments by Members of ARCIC section: Unfinished Business (1992) / Henry Chadwick -- The Fundamental Question of Ecumenical Method (1992) / Christopher Hill -- Roman Catholic Responses to ARCIC I and ARCIC II (1993) / Edward Yarnold.
Contents of Expert Opinion section: Anglican-Catholic Dialogue : its Problems and Hopes (1983) / Cardinal Josef Ratzinger -- An Extract from an Open Letter to the Anglican Communion (1988) / Executive Committee of the Evangelical Fellowship of the Anglican Communion (1988) -- The Vatican Response to ARCIC I (1992) / Francis Sullivan -- Ordained Ministry in the Catholic Response to ARCIC (1992) / Jos Vercruysse -- Marginal Notes on the Response to ARCIC I (1992) / John McHugh.
Contents of Conclusion section: Summary / Christopher Hill -- Conclusion : What Next ? / Edward Yarnold.
Added Entry
Hill, Christopher (Christopher John), 1945-
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC)
Catholic Church. Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
Ratzinger, Joseph (Joseph Aloisius), 1927-
Roman Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales
Church of England. Faith and Order Advisory Group
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005
Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation (U.S.A.)
Cassidy, Edward Idris, 1924-2021
Chadwick, Henry, 1920-2008
Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion (EFAC)
Sullivan, Francis A. (Francis Alfred), 1922-2019
Vercruysse, Jos (Joseph), 1931-2017
McHugh, John (John Francis), 1927-2006
ARCIC documents and their reception
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church - History - Sources
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion - History - Sources
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission. Final report
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC I)
Christian union - Anglican Communion
Ecumenical movement - Anglican Communion
ISBN
0-281-04745-6
Call Number
BX 5004.2 A55 1994
Location
OTCH
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In search of unity

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Author
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Publication Date
c1988, 1990
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5004.2 Y37 1990
Author
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Place
Collegeville MN
Publisher
Liturgical Press
Publication Date
c1988, 1990
Physical_Description
101 p. ; 21 x 13.6 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Edward Yarnold".
"In the final chapter I have written, factually I hope, rather than with recrimination or pessimism, that in some ways the gap between Canterbury and Rome is wider now than it was when ARCIC began its work in 1970. In writing this, I have concentrated on the ways in which the Anglican Communion has been moving further away from Rome. Roman Catholics need however to realize that to many Anglicans the reverse is at least equally true. For them, it is Rome that has been moving away from Anglicanism. Whereas the concept of collegiality developed at Vatican II gave many Anglicans hope that they could accept a papacy which functioned within collegial checks and balances, Rome's reassertion of central authority in recent years makes some wonder whether their hopes were illusory". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction dated Campion Hall, Oxford, April 1989 -- The Paradox: One But Divided -- The Spirit of Ecumenism -- Diversity and Uniformity -- Degrees of Communion -- Reunion by Stages -- Remaining Problems -- Prospects
Author is a member of the Society of Jesus and "has been a member of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) since its inception in 1970". -- back cover.
Subjects
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Ecumenical movement - Catholic Church - 20th century
Catholic Church - Doctrines
Anglican Communion - Doctrines
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC I)
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
ISBN
0-8146-1920-7
Call Number
BX 5004.2 Y37 1990
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Living the Mystery: Affirming Catholicism and the future of Anglicanism

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Author
John, Jeffrey (Jeffrey Philip Hywel), 1953-
Reviewer
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Record Type
Book Review
Journal
Tablet
Date
1995 January 14
Author
John, Jeffrey (Jeffrey Philip Hywel), 1953-
Reviewer
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Record Type
Book Review
Journal
Tablet
Date
1995 January 14
Volume
249
Issue
8058
Page
49
Notes
This book is a collection of the papers from the 1993 York conference of Affirming Catholicism. What the movement understands by Catholicism gradually unfolds in the course of the essays.
Subjects
Affirming Catholicism - Book reviews
Anglo-Catholics - Church of England - Book reviews
Anglicanism - Book reviews
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church - Book reviews
Church of England - Relations - Catholic Church - Book reviews
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One Fold, One Shepherd: the challenge to the post-Reformation Church

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Author
Bennet, George Arthur Grey
Reviewer
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Record Type
Book Review
Journal
Tablet
Date
1997 May 17
Author
Bennet, George Arthur Grey
Reviewer
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Record Type
Book Review
Journal
Tablet
Date
1997 May 17
Volume
251
Issue
8180
Page
637
Notes
"The author, who in 1969 took orders in the Church of England after teaching physics for 20 years, two years ago entered the Catholic Church. .... But what makes this case unusual is the fact that Bennet was an evangelical, who concluded that the Catholic Church has since Vatican II embraced the great principles which inspired the Reformation and now to some extent embodies them more fully than do evangelical Anglicans themselves".
Subjects
Converts, Catholic - Book reviews
Evangelicals - Catholic Church - Book reviews
Evangelicals - Church of England - Book reviews
Church of England - Clergy - Book reviews
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The study of liturgy

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Publication Date
1992, 1978
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 176 S78 1992
Edition
New rev. ed.
Place
London and New York NY
Publisher
SPCK and Oxford University Press
Publication Date
1992, 1978
Physical_Description
xxviii, 601 p. : ill. ; 22 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Cheslyn Jones, Geoffrey Wainwright, Edward Yarnold SJ [and] Paul Bradshaw".
Includes contributions by fifteen Anglican authors including R.T. Beckwith, Paul Bradshaw, Alan Dunstan and Geoffrey Wainwright.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Since its first appearance in 1978, 'The Study of Liturgy' has gone through twelve impressions ... The continuing demand for the book twelve years later has now encourage the editors and publishers to produce a new edition, thoroughly revised and completely reset. There are several reasons why we judged such a radical revision opportune. First and foremost, the last two decades have been a period of immense liturgical productivity in most of the Christian churches, which has led to the publication of a spate of new rites and liturgical books. .... Seconds, many advances have been made in liturgical scholarship in the last twelve years. This not only meant that bibliographies needed to be updated; accounts also had to be taken of new interpretations and perspectives, and even whole new chapters added, such as those on rite and the place of the word in worship. The third reason was the desire to make the work equally serviceable on both sides of the Atlantic. .... Paul Bradshaw, already a contributor, has assumed Cheslyn Jones's mantle as editor; being an Anglican, like his predecessor, he maintains the ecumenical balance of the work. The same spread is maintained among the authors, who include fourteen Anglicans, seven Roman Catholics, three Methodists, one Reformed and one Orthodox. .... we have continued the policy of the first edition in limiting our attention to five major elements of Christian liturgy: Initiation, Eucharist, Ordination, Office and Calendar. .... The heart of the book is the historical section entitled 'The Development of the Liturgy'." -- Preface to Revised Edition.
Contents: List of Illustrations -- List of Contributors -- Preface to Revised Edition dated 22 July 1990 / Paul Bradshaw, Geoffrey Wainwright, Edward Yarnold, SJ -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Part One: Theology and Rite -- Part Two: The Development of the Liturgy -- Part Three: Pastoral Orientation -- Index of Subjects -- Index of Names.
Contents of Part One: Theology and Rite: 1. A Theology of Worship / J.D. Crichton -- 2. The Word of God in Worship: Preaching Relationship to Liturgy / Carol M. Noren -- 3. Ritual / Mark Searle.
Contents of Part Two: The Development of the Liturgy: I: GENERAL INTRODUCTION -- 1. The Periods of Liturgical History / Geoffrey Wainwright -- 2. The Jewish Background to Christian Worship / R.T. Beckwith -- 3. The Letter of Pliny / D.H. Tripp -- 4. Gnosticism / D.H. Tripp -- 5. The Mysteries / D.H. Tripp -- 6. The Didache / Frank Hawkins -- 7. The 'Apostolic Tradition' / The Editors -- 8. Church Orders / E.J. Yarnold -- 9. The 'Euchologium' of Sarapion / E.J. Yarnold -- 10. Baptismal Catechesis / E.J. Yarnold -- 11. Egeria's 'Pilgrimage' / E.J. Yarnold -- 12. Liturgical Books / D.M. Hope, G. Woolfenden -- 13. Thomas Cranmer and the Prayer Book / R.T. Beckwith -- 14. The Prayer Book after Cranmer / R.T. Beckwith -- II: INITIATION -- 1. From New Testament Times until St. Cyprian / K.W. Noakes -- 2. The Early Syrian Rites / E.J. Yarnold -- 3. The Fourth and Fifth Centuries / E.J. Yarnold -- 4. The West from about AD 500 to the Reformation / J.D.C. Fisher and E.J. Yarnold -- 5. The Byzantine Rite / W. Jardine Grisbrooke -- 6. Lutheran, Anglican, and Reformed Rites / J.D.C. Fisher -- 7. The Radical Reformation -- 8. The Modern Period / Peter Hinchliff, C. Brock and The Editors -- III: THE EUCHARIST -- 1. The New Testament / C.P.M. Jones, C.J.A. Hickling -- 2. From the Apostolic Fathers to Irenaeus / K.W. Noakes -- 3. The 'Apostolic Tradition' of Hippolytus / Peter G. Cobb -- 4. The Anaphora of Addai and Mari / Peter G. Cobb -- 5. The Liturgy of the Word in the Early Church / Peter G. Cobb -- 6. The Liturgy of the Faithful in the Fourth and Early Fifth Centuries / E.J. Yarnold -- 7. The Patristic Theology of the Eucharist / R.J. Halliburton -- 8. The Byzantine Liturgy from the 'Apostolic Constitutions' to the Present Day / Hugh Wybrew -- 9. The Medieval Western Rites / D.M. Hope, G. Woolfenden -- 10. From Trent to Vatican II / Clifford Howell -- 11. Protestantism and the Eucharist / D.H. Tripp -- 12. The Anglican Eucharist: From the Reformation to the Restoration / R.T. Beckwith -- 13. The Eucharist in Anglicanism after 1662 / Alan Dunstan -- 14. Methodism / D.H. Tripp -- 15. Recent Eucharistic Revision / Geoffrey Wainwright -- IV: ORDINATION -- 1. Orders and Ordination in the New Testament / Frank Hawkins -- 2. The Tradition of Ordination in the Second Century to the Time of Hippolytus / Frank Hawkins -- 3. Theology and Rite, AD 200-400 / Paul F. Bradshaw -- 4. The Early History of the Roman Rites of Ordination / Frank Hawkins -- 5. Eastern Rites of Ordination / Paul F. Bradshaw -- 6. Medieval Ordinations / Paul F. Bradshaw -- 7. Reformation Churches / Paul F. Bradshaw -- 8. Recent Developments / Paul F. Bradshaw -- V: THE DIVINE OFFICE -- 1. The First Three Centuries / Paul F. Bradshaw -- 2. The Formative Period: Cathedral and Monastic Offices / W. Jardine Grisbrooke -- 3. The Office in the West: The Early Middle Ages / J.D. Crichton -- 4. The Office in the West: The Later Middle Ages / J.D. Crichton -- 5. The Office in the West: The Roman Rite from the Sixteenth Century / J.D. Crichton -- 6. The Office in the Anglican Communion - G.J. Cuming -- 7. The Office in the Lutheran, Reformed, and Free Churches / D.H. Tripp -- VI: THE CALENDAR -- 1. The History of the Christian Year / Peter G. Cobb -- 2. The Sanctoral / Kevin Donovan -- VII: THE SETTING OF THE LITURGY -- 1. Ceremonial / Hugh Wybrew -- 2. Music and Singing in the Liturgy / J. Gelineau -- 3. Hymnody in Christian Worship / Alan Dunstan -- 4. The Language of Worship / Geoffrey Wainwright -- 5. The Architectural Setting of the Liturgy / Peter G. Cobb -- 6. Vestments / W. Jardine Grisbrooke -- 7. The Continuing Tradition of the Church / Geoffrey Wainwright.
Contents of Part Three: Pastoral Orientation: 1. Liturgy and Pastoral Service / D.H. Tripp.
OTCH also has 1978 (first) edition.
Added Entry
Jones, Cheslyn Peter Montague, 1918-1987
Wainwright, Geoffrey, 1939-
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Bradshaw, Paul F. (Paul Frederick), 1945-
Beckwith, R.T. (Roger Thomas), 1929-
Brock, Charles
Cobb, Peter G. (Peter George), 1937-
Crichton, James Dunlop, 1907-2001
Cuming, Geoffrey J. (Geoffrey John), 1917-1988
Donovan, Kevin
Dunstan, Alan (Alan Leonard), 1928-2004
Fisher, John Douglas Close, 1909-1996
Gelineau, Joseph, 1920-2008
Grisbrooke, W. Jardine (William Jardine)
Halliburton, John (Robert John), 1935-2004
Hawkins, Frank (Francis John), 1936-
Hickling, Colin John Anderson, 1931-2007
Hinchliff, Peter (Peter Bingham), 1929-1995
Hope, David M. (David Michael), 1940-
Howell, Clifford, 1902-1981
Noakes, Kenneth William, 1943-
Noren, Carol M.
Searle, Mark
Tripp, David H., 1940-
Woolfenden, Graham
Wybrew, Hugh (Hugh Malcolm), 1934-
Subjects
Liturgics
Worship
Liturgics - History
Church of England. Book of Common Prayer
Christian initiation
Confirmation
Lord's Supper
Lord's Supper (Liturgy) - Anglican Communion
Ordination
Divine office
Divine office - Anglican Communion
Church year
Church calendar
Hymns, English
Language - Religious aspects - Christianity
Liturgical language
Liturgical architecture
Church architecture
ISBN
0-19-520922-2 (pbk)
Call Number
BV 176 S78 1992
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The study of liturgy

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8310
Publication Date
1978
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 176 S78 1978
Place
London
Publisher
SPCK
Publication Date
1978
Physical_Description
xxvii, 547 p. : ill. ; 22.2 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Cheslyn Jones, Geoffrey Wainwright [and] Edward Yarnold, SJ".
"First published 1978. Second impression 1978". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references and index..
"This book on the Study of Liturgy has a two-fold parentage. On one side it is a successor to 'Liturgy and Worship', produced by SPCK in 1932, in the aftermath of the 1927/28 projected revision of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer .... On the other side, the present work owes its origin to a group of members of the Oxford Theology Faculty, who were at first gathered together by Dr. G.D. Kilpatrick ... for the study of the history and theology of liturgies (in fact, of the Eucharist) .... The child does not exactly take after either parent. .... We have tried as far as possible to produce an introduction to the study of liturgy for students in all our churches throughout the English-speaking world. .... So we have limited ourselves to Initiation, Eucharist, Ordination, Office and Calendar." -- Preface.
Contents: List of Illustrations -- List of Contributors -- Preface dated December 1977 / Cheslyn Jones, Geoffrey Wainwright, Edward Yarnold, Editors -- A Theology of Worship -- Part Two: The Development of the Liturgy -- Part Three: Pastoral Orientation -- Index of Subjects -- Index of Names.
Contents of Part One: A Theology of Worship / J.D. Crichton.
Contents of Part Two: The Development of the Liturgy: I: GENERAL INTRODUCTION -- 1. The Periods of Liturgical History / Geoffrey Wainwright -- 2. The Jewish Background to Christian Worship / R.T. Beckwith -- 3. The Letter of Pliny / D.H. Tripp -- 4. Gnosticism / D.H. Tripp -- 5. The Mysteries / D.H. Tripp -- 6. The Didache / Frank Hawkins -- 7. The 'Apostolic Tradition' / The Editors -- 8. Church Orders / E.J. Yarnold -- 9. The 'Euchologium' of Sarapion / E.J. Yarnold -- 10. Baptismal Catechesis / E.J. Yarnold -- 11. Egeria's 'Pilgrimage' / E.J. Yarnold -- 12. Liturgical Books / D.M. Hope -- 13. Thomas Cranmer and the Prayer Book / R.T. Beckwith -- 14. The Prayer Book after Cranmer / R.T. Beckwith -- II: INITIATION -- 1. From New Testament Times until St. Cyprian / K.W. Noakes -- 2. The Fourth and Fifth Centuries / E.J. Yarnold -- 3. The West from about AD 500 to the Reformation / J.D.C. Fisher and E.J. Yarnold -- 4. The Byzantine Rite / W. Jardine Grisbrooke --5. Lutheran, Anglican, and Reformed Rites / J.D.C. Fisher -- 6. The Radical Reformation -- 7. The Modern Period / Peter Hinchliff -- III: THE EUCHARIST -- 1. The New Testament / C.P.M. Jones -- 2. From the Apostolic Fathers to Irenaeus / K.W. Noakes -- 3. The 'Apostolic Tradition' of Hippolytus / Peter G. Cobb -- 4. The Anaphora of Addai and Mari / Peter G. Cobb -- 5. The Liturgy of the Word in the Early Church / Peter G. Cobb -- 6. The Liturgy of the Faithful in the Fourth and Early Fifth Centuries / E.J. Yarnold -- 7. The Patristic Theology of the Eucharist / R.J. Halliburton -- 8. The Byzantine Liturgy from the 'Apostolic Constitutions' to the Present Day / Hugh Wybrew -- 9. The Medieval Western Rites / D.M. Hope -- 10. From Trent to Vatican II / Clifford Howell -- 11. Protestantism and the Eucharist / D.H. Tripp -- 12. The Anglican Eucharist: From the Reformation to the Restoration / R.T. Beckwith -- 13. The Eucharist in Anglicanism after 1662 / Alan Dunstan -- 14. Methodism / D.H. Tripp -- 15. Recent Eucharistic Revision / Geoffrey Wainwright -- IV: ORDINATION -- 1. Orders and Ordination in the New Testament / Frank Hawkins -- 2. The Tradition of Ordination in the Second Century to the Time of Hippolytus / Frank Hawkins -- 3. Theology and Rite, A.D. 200-400 / J.H. Crehan -- 4. The Early History of the Roman Rites of Ordination / Frank Hawkins -- 5. Eastern Rites of Ordination / R.J. Halliburton -- 6. Medieval Ordinations / J.H. Crehan -- 7. Reformation Churches / Paul F. Bradshaw -- 8. Recent Developments / Paul F. Bradshaw -- V: THE DIVINE OFFICE -- 1. The First Three Centuries / G.J. Cuming -- 2. The Formative Period: Cathedral and Monastic Offices / W. Jardine Grisbrooke -- 3. The Office in the West: The Early Middle Ages / J.D. Crichton -- 4. The Office in the West: The Later Middle Ages / J.D. Crichton -- 5. The Office in the West: The Roman Rite from the Sixteenth Century / J.D. Crichton -- 6. The Office in the Anglican Communion - G.J. Cuming -- 7. The Office in the Lutheran, Reformed, and Free Churches / D.H. Tripp -- VI: THE CALENDAR -- 1. The History of the Christian Year / Peter G. Cobb -- 2. The Sanctoral / Kevin Donovan -- VII: THE SETTING OF THE LITURGY -- 1. Ceremonial / Hugh Wybrew -- 2. Music and Singing in the Liturgy / J. Gelineau -- 3. Hymnody in Christian Worship / Alan Dunstan -- 4. The Language of Worship / Geoffrey Wainwright -- 5. The Architectural Setting of the Liturgy / Peter G. Cobb -- 6. Vestments / W. Jardine Grisbrooke.
Contents of Part Three: Pastoral Orientation: I. The Understanding of Liturgy in the Light of Its History / Geoffrey Wainwright -- II. Worship and the Pastoral Office / D.H. Tripp.
OTCH also has 1992 revised edition.
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Jones, Cheslyn Peter Montague, 1918-1987
Wainwright, Geoffrey, 1939-
Yarnold, Edward, 1926-2002
Beckwith, R.T. (Roger Thomas), 1929-
Bradshaw, Paul F. (Paul Frederick), 1945-
Brock, Charles
Cobb, Peter G. (Peter George), 1937-
Crehan, Joseph Hugh, 1906-
Crichton, James Dunlop, 1907-
Cuming, Geoffrey J. (Geoffrey John), 1917-1988
Donovan, Kevin
Dunstan, Alan (Alan Leonard), 1928-2004
Fisher, John Douglas Close, 1909-1996
Gelineau, Joseph, 1920-2008
Grisbrooke, W. Jardine (William Jardine)
Halliburton, John (Robert John), 1935-2004
Hawkins, Frank (Francis John), 1936-
Hinchliff, Peter (Peter Bingham), 1929-1995
Hope, David M. (David Michael), 1940-
Howell, Clifford, 1902-1981
Noakes, Kenneth William, 1943-
Tripp, David H., 1940-
Wybrew, Hugh (Hugh Malcolm), 1934-
Subjects
Liturgics
Worship
Liturgics - History
Church of England. Book of Common Prayer
Christian initiation
Confirmation
Lord's Supper
Lord's Supper (Liturgy) - Anglican Communion
Ordination
Divine office
Divine office - Anglican Communion
Church year
Church calendar
Hymns, English
Language - Religious aspects - Christianity
Liturgical language
Liturgical architecture
Church architecture
ISBN
0-281-03578-4 (paper)
Call Number
BV 176 S78 1978
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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