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39  Origins 11, no. 41 (25 March 1982): 651–59, here at 653. See also Gerard Austin, “Identity of a Eucharistic Church in an Ecumenical Age,” Worship 72, no. 1 (1998): 26–35. See also my grateful response to him, “A Response to Gerard Austin’s ‘Identity of a Eucharistic Church in an Ecumenical Age,’” Worship 72, no. 1 (1998): 35–43. 40 While not directly related to CSL directly, Vatican II documents like the justly famous Nostra Aetate should be noted in this context. 41 Siobhán Garrigan, “Is Ecumenical Worship a Serious Business? (Two Case Studies and a Funeral),” in The Serious Business of Worship: Essays in Honour of Bryan D. Spinks, ed. Melanie Ross and Simon Jones (London: T and T Clark, 2010), 159–170. 42 Melanie Ross, “Ecumenism after Finney: A Free Church Liturgical Theology,” (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Notre Dame, 2010). 43 J. White, “How Do We Know It Is Us?” in Liturgy and the Moral Self: Humanity at Full Stretch Before God, ed. E. B. Anderson and B. Morrill (Collegeville: Pueblo, 1998), 57–58. 44 Fritz West, Scripture and Memory: The Ecumenical Hermeneutic of the Three-Year Lectionaries (Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 1997), 169. 45 Nathan Mitchell, “The Amen Corner: Being Good and Being Beautiful,” Worship 74, no. 6 (November 2000): 557–558.

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North American Academy of Liturgy Proceedings 2014  

The North American Academy of Liturgy (NAAL) (http://www.naal-liturgy.org/) is an ecumenical and interreligious association of liturgical sc...

North American Academy of Liturgy Proceedings 2014  

The North American Academy of Liturgy (NAAL) (http://www.naal-liturgy.org/) is an ecumenical and interreligious association of liturgical sc...