Ressourcement and the Renewal of Catholic Liturgy: On Celebrating the New Rite
This chapter presents an overview of the twentieth‐century liturgical movement and the fruit of that movement in the liturgical reforms of the Second Vatican Council (1962‐65). Of particular importance was the nineteenth‐century recovery of the theology of the church as the Mystical Body of Christ which provided the needed theological foundation for liturgical renewal.
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