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the study of liturgies


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While not etymologically related, a common modern misconception even among liturgiologists (
While feminist theorists in general, and feminist liturgiologists more specifically, have paid little attention, on the whole, to the role of narrative in women's ritualizing, descriptions and observations of what women actually do in such situations tell another story, so to speak.
Liturgiologists have quic kened the understanding of devotional values, and even the historical soundings of this field have enriched the inner life of contemporary worshippers and believers.
A favourite indoor sport of liturgiologists has been to debate the precise form and origin of lex orandi, lex credendi and to insist on the generative nature of lex orandi.
Liturgiologists should therefore not write this volume off altogether.
Card-carrying liturgiologists will play it after the Dies irae.
One thinks of major contributions in the first half of the 20th century made by theologians who eventually served as periti at the council such as Karl Rahner, Henri de Lubac, Edward Schillebeeckx, Yves Congar, Hans Kung, and John Courtney Murray, and liturgiologists like Odo Casel and Josef Jungmann.
His work deserves careful reading by New Testament scholars, church historians, and liturgiologists interested in the history of early Christian cult.