Tag Archives: Liturgy and Life

The Red Scare and the Liturgy and Life Pamphlet Collection

The odds are high that, at some point, you have noticed the pamphlets that tend to be offered in the vestibules of churches and other houses of worship. Often cheaply designed and produced, usually free to take or sold for … Continue reading

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Reading Room Log: Exploring the World of Late Medieval Liturgy and Music, Part 2

In my previous post I gave an overview of medieval liturgical and musical books. One of these is the antiphonale or antiphoner, which contains the proper antiphons for the Divine Office. The Burns Library owns a beautiful (and now digitized) … Continue reading

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Reading Room Log: Exploring the World of Late Medieval Liturgy and Music

The Burns Library is a great place to explore the history of liturgy and music. One way to begin is to compare the more recent liturgical books with those from previous centuries. Of special note are those books predating the … Continue reading

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