Table of contents for The people's work : a social history of the liturgy / by Frank C. Senn.

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Introduction: What is a Social History of the Liturgy?
Chapter 1: Sociologically speaking, What Kind of Group was the Christian Assembly?
Chapter 2: Sacraments and Cult
Chapter 3: Apocalypse and Christian Liturgy
Chapter 4: Times, Occasions, and the Communion of Saints
Chapter 5: Sacred Places and Liturgical Art in Late Antique Culture
Chapter 6: People and Places for Different Liturgies
Chapter 7: Church Music through the Carolingian Renaissance
Chapter 8: Vernacular Elements in the Medieval Latin Mass
Chapter 9: The Medieval Liturgical Calendar
Chapter 10: The Eucharistic Body and the Social Body in the Middle Ages
Chapter 11: The Dissolution of the Social Body in the Reformation Communion
Chapter 12: Death Here and Life Hereafter in the Middle Ages and Reformation
Chapter 13: The Ecclesiastical Captivity of Marriage
Chapter 14: Liturgy and Confessional Identity
Chapter 15: Popular Devotions, Pious Communities, Holy Communion
Chapter 16: Worship Awakening
Chapter 17: Liturgical Restoration
Chapter 18: Liturgical Renewal
Epilogue: Postmodern Liturgical Retrieval

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Liturgics -- History.
Social history.