"Anglican Use of the Roman Rite"? The Unity of the Liturgy in the Diversity of Its Rites and Forms

Feulner, Hans-Jürgen
March 2013
Antiphon (Society for Catholic Liturgy);2013, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p31
An essay on the use of the Roman Rite in the Anglican Church is presented. The ecumenical dimension of the liturgy under the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy has been outlined by German liturgist Balthasar Fischer. Issues concerning the unity of the liturgy following the developments of rites within the Roman Catholic are highlighted.


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