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by Jean Corbon

Author: Jean Corbon
Subcategory: Catholicism
Language: English
Publisher: Ignatius Press; 2 edition (July 1, 2005)
Pages: 262 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.4
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I believe that all Christians, but most especially Catholics should put this at the top of their reading list. It will give you a completely new understanding of the liturgy and in many cases will probably change your life. Overall it is one of the best books that I have ever read. 25 people found this helpful.

The Wellspring Of Worship book. In his modern classic workThe Wellspring of Worship, Fr. Jean Corbon explores the meaning of the Liturgy as the "wellspring" or source of the Church's life and worship of God. The Sacred Liturgy, declares Vatican II, is the font from. The Liturgy itself is a sharing in the mystery of the Triune God and in the Incarnation, The Sacred Liturgy, declares Vatican II, is the font from which all the Church's spiritual power flows. In his modern classic work The Wellspring of Worship, Fr. The Liturgy itself is a sharing in the mystery of the Triune God and in the Incarnation, Passi The Sacred Liturgy, declares Vatican II, is the font from which all the Church's spiritual power flows.

Title: The Wellspring of Worship By: Jean Corbon Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 200 Vendor: Ignatius Press Publication Date: 2005. Dimensions: . 8 X . 3 (inches) Weight: 10 ounces ISBN: 1586170228 ISBN-13: 9781586170226 Stock No: WW170226. Publisher's Description. It transcends time and space, re-presenting a sacrifice that happened once, but is seen every day. Fr. Jean Corbon gives a thorough exposition of many aspects of the Catholic Liturgy, ranging from the historical to the transcendant. Divided into three parts-.

This book is absolutely amazing. Corbon provides a masterful contemplative reflection about the mystery of the liturgy and how it needs to be lived

This book is absolutely amazing. Corbon provides a masterful contemplative reflection about the mystery of the liturgy and how it needs to be lived. He brilliantly refocuses the debate that rages in modern circles about rules and rubrics to be about reascending to the source and rediscovering the Trinity as the source and font of the liturgy.

Jean Corbon explores the meaning of the Liturgy as the "wellspring" or source of the Church's life and worship of God. The Liturgy itself is a sharing in the mystery of the Triune God and in the Incarnation, Passion, Death, Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus

Jean Corbon explores the meaning of the Liturgy as the "wellspring" or source of the Church's life and worship of God. The Liturgy itself is a sharing in the mystery of the Triune God and in the Incarnation, Passion, Death, Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus.

The following are my notes from Jean Corbon's Wellspring of Worship .

The following are my notes from Jean Corbon's Wellspring of Worship: Preface. My purpose in this book is to help readers rediscover the unity of liturgy and life in Chris. hrough a prayerful discovery of the wellspring of worship the experience of the Church: an experience that is at once liturgical and spiritual, personal, and communal and is illumined by the Bible and by the Fathers (13). Central Symbol: The river of life (Rev 22:1f) will serve to light the way for our gradual discovery (14).

Jean Corbon explores the meaning of the Liturgy as the "wellspring" or source of the Church's life and worship . I have no doubt that this book will be recognized for centuries as a classic of Catholic liturgical spirituality and theology. Corbon writes that it is "the mystery of the river of life that streams from the Father and the Lamb", into which believers are to be drawn. Author, Looking at the Liturgy. Posted Monday, October 24, 2005.

Jean Corbon explores the meaning of the Liturgy as the wellspring or source of the Church's life and worship of God. In this way, the divine river waters their entire lives, renewing and transforming them

The Wellspring of Worship. Translated by Matthew J. O'Connell. New York: Paulist, 1988.

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The Sacred Liturgy, declares Vatican II, is the font from which all the Church's spiritual power flows. In his modern classic work The Wellspring of Worship, Fr. Jean Corbon explores the meaning of the Liturgy as the "wellspring" or source of the Church's life and worship of God. The Liturgy itself is a sharing in the mystery of the Triune God and in the Incarnation, Passion, Death, Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus. Corbon writes that it is "the mystery of the river of life that streams from the Father and the Lamb", into which believers are to be drawn. In this way, the divine river waters their entire lives, renewing and transforming them.

The Wellspring of Worship is a masterful reflection on the mystery of God's Trinitarian life and how the Church's members participate in that life through the Liturgy.