The Germanic Liturgical Movement: Maria Laach and Klosterneuburg

Stamnestrø, Ole Martin
March 2013
Antiphon (Society for Catholic Liturgy);2013, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p87
An essay on the Liturgical Movement in Germany and Austria is presented. It outlines the distinction of the Liturgical Movement in two monasteries of Maria Laach in the Rhineland and Klosterneuburg, Austria. It examines the application of the principles of Catholic Priest Pius Parsch in understanding the Liturgical Movement.


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