by. Bouyer, Louis, 1913-2004.
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Published 1978 by Sheed and Ward in London.
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Life and Liturgy book. Father Louis Bouyer (of the Oratory) is a brilliant thinker. I first read this book when I was Notre Dame doing the MA in liturgical studies. Guillermo García-pimentel ruiz rated it really liked it Jan 28, 2015. Weill rated it it was amazing Dec 16, 2013. Harold Campos rated it it was amazing Oct 22, 2013. John rated it really liked it Dec 10, 2016.
With this viewpoint, Louis Bouyer is able to introduce the spiritual life in a. .
With this viewpoint, Louis Bouyer is able to introduce the spiritual life in a way that concerns us all. Most spirituality is presented as possessing all the sturdiness of an octopus; what Bouyer presents here is vertebrate spirituality. Raised in a Protestant family, Louis Bouyer entered the Lutheran ministry in 1936, but by the end of 1939 he had entered the Catholic Church, and in 1944 was ordained a priest of the Congregation of the Oratory. He wrote broadly in the areas of Scripture, liturgy, and the life of faith, and is perhaps best known for his multi-volume History of Christian Spirituality (1963–1969), still an authoritative source and guide.
Shipping & Handling by region. Synopsis: This work examines the thought of Louis-Marie Chauvet, who provides an outstanding articulation of the relationship between sacramental worship and ethical practice outside of formal worship. It is widely observed that believers experience a disconnect between their lives of prayer and worship on the one hand and their work-a-day lives on the other.
Liturgy and Architecture by Louis Bouyer. Heaven and Earth in Little Space by Fr. Andrew Burnham. This latter date coincided with the introduction circa 1967 of three new Eucharistic Prayers to the Roman Rite. Since then, others have been added to the Roman Missal and one would give much to read Fr. Bouyer’s (1913-2004) critique and analysis of their form. In any case, the work here presented is a must read for any liturgical student.
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In this book, Bouyer examines several aspects of the spiritual life including Tradition, Scripture, Prayer, Sacraments, and even Asceticism. To give you an idea of what this books discusses and the detail that it goes into, the chapter on prayer is broken down into many subsections. He even goes so far as to discuss the Ignatian Method of Prayer and the Sulpician Method of Prayer.
Louis Bouyer, undertakes the very difficult but very necessary task of showing us what that prayer life, especially .
Louis Bouyer, undertakes the very difficult but very necessary task of showing us what that prayer life, especially as centered in the Mass itself, essentially is. Of necessity, therefore, he strives to disengage the essential nature of the liturgy from not only the forms it took when misunderstood or neglected, but also from those forms it might be given in various unconsciously mistaken attempts at restoration. The positive value of this book, however, is that of showing how liturgy, as the prayer life of the Church, is primarily concerned with the mysteries of our Redemption, in both their.