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The Roman Mass


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Introduction; 1. The last supper; 2. The Eucharist in the early church; 3. Development of Eucharistic prayers in the third and fourth century; 4. The formative period of Latin liturgy; 5. Roman stational liturgy; 5. The expansion and adaptation of the Roman liturgy in the Carolingian Age; 7. From the Ottonian Revival to the High Middle Ages; 8. Decline and vitality in the later Middle Ages; 9. The Tridentine Reform; Epilogue.

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A history of the common structure and ritual shape of the Roman Mass from Eucharistic origins to the Tridentine reform.

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Uwe Michael Lang is an adjunct faculty member at the Institute of Theology and Liberal Arts at St. Mary's University, Twickenham and Allen Hall Seminary. A priest of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri in London, he is the author of Turning Towards the Lord: Orientation in Liturgical Prayer and Signs of the Holy One: Liturgy, Ritual and Expression of the Sacred. He is the editor of Antiphon:  A Journal for Liturgical Renewal.

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