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6173Re: [liturgy-l] Three year lectionary

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  • D
    Sep 5, 2001
      Please can you give us a quick summary of Jungmann's comments?
      Not all of us can run to a convenient theological library to look
      up a reference (unless 3.5 hours one way is convenient <GRIN>).
      Are his conclusions similar to Norm Bonneau in "The Sunday
      Lectionary - Ritual Word, Paschal Shape" as referenced by James?

      Thanks.

      Doug

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      On 9/5/2001 at 4:21 PM Douglas Cowling wrote:

      >on 9/5/01 3:34 PM, Kenneth Doll at kenneth.doll@... wrote:
      >
      >> Do you have any source for your claim above that the three
      year
      >> lectionary is an ancient use? Every ancient lectionary that I
      >> have seen is a one year lectionary.
      >>
      >> Kenneth Doll
      >
      >Josef Jungmann gives a brief overview of ancient lectionaries in
      "The Mass"
      >an Historical, Theological and Pastoral Survey" (Collegeville:
      The
      >Litrugical Press). The book is a good commentary on the Novus
      Ordo.
      >
      >
      >Doug Cowling
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