The Common Worship process is now complete and this second volume covers all the new material which was not covered in the first. The success of the first volume points to the need for a serious and scholarly commentary on the whole range of Common Worship texts. Included is a historical survey of the origins and development of many of the rites from New Testament times, accompanied by detailed commentary on the rite as a whole, and comparisons with the ASB and recommended titles for further reading.
Paul Bradshaw is a professor of Liturgy at the University of Notre Dame, and currently serves as Director of the University's Undergraduate London Programme. He is a member of the Liturgical Commission and author of The Search for the Origins of Christian Worship, Eucharistic Origins and co-author of The Study of Liturgy. Written in clear divided sections: Daily Prayer, The weekday Lectionary, Times and Seasons, New Patterns for Worship, The Additional Collects, Rites on the Way, Wholeness and Healing, Reconciliation and Restoration, Marriage, Funerals, Ordination Services, Public Worship with Communion by Extension.
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