Aidan Kavanagh, OSB is an influential liturgist of the post-conciliar period.
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This book celebrates the extraordinary life, ministry, scholarship, and teaching of Aidan Kavanagh, perhaps the .
This book celebrates the extraordinary life, ministry, scholarship, and teaching of Aidan Kavanagh, perhaps the single most significant figure in American catholic liturgiology in the last fifty years. What this essay contributes is far more important! John Baldovin-s essay is concerned with the manual acts of the priest (bishop or presbyter) at the time of the institution narrative in the eucharistic prayer.
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John F. Baldovin is Professor of Historical and Liturgical Theology at the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. Rule of Prayer, Rule of Faith: Essays in Honor of Aidan Kavanagh, . by Nathan Mitchell, John Francis Baldovin. For 2013-2014 he holds the Loyola Chair in Theology at Fordham University. He is a priest of the New York Province of the Society of Jesus. He received his BA from the College of the Holy Cross, an MDiv. from Weston School of Theology, an MA, MPhil and PhD from Yale University. He currently holds the Loyola Chair at Fordham University (2013-2014).
The rule of faith (Latin: regula fidei) is the name given to the ultimate authority or standard in religious belief. It was used by Early Christian writers such as Tertullian. The phrase is sometimes used for early creeds. As a standard for adherence to orthodoxy, rule of faith originally referred to the Old Roman Symbol, which was an earlier and shorter version of the Apostles' Creed and other later statements of faith.
Paul Bradshaw, " Redating the Apostolic Tradition: Some Preliminary Steps, " in Rule of Prayer, Rule of Faith: Essays in Honour of Aidan Kavanagh, . B, ed. A. Kavanagh, N. Mitchell, and J. F. Baldovin (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1996), 3–17; idem, " An Ecumenical Ordination Prayer? " Studia Liturgica 26 (1996): L'origine des Canons d'Hippolyte.
Passion," in Rule of Prayer, Rule of Faith: Essays in Honor of Aidan Kavanagh, . ed. n. mitchell and j. baldovin (Collegeville, Minn. c. rush, "The Eucharist: The Sacrament of the Dying in Christian Antiquity," The Jurist 34 (1974): 10:35. d. sicard, La Liturgie de la mort dans l'église latine des origines à la réforme carolingienne (liche Quellen und Forschungen, vol. 63; Münster 1978). Viaticum (La. ‘provision for a journey’). Holy communion given to those close to death, to give them strength and grace for the next stage of their history. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of World Religions JOHN BOWKER.
26 See further Bradshaw, Paul . ‘Rcdating the Apostolic Tradition: some preliminary steps’, in Baldovin, John and Mitchell, Nathan, eds, Rule of Prayer, Rule of Faith: Essays in Honor of Aidan Kavanagh, O. S. B (Collcgcville, MN, 1996), pp. 3–17. 27 See further Bradshaw, Paul . ‘The homogenization of Christian liturgy - ancient and modern’, Studia Liturgica, 26 (1996), pp. 1–15.