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TITLE The Liturgical Assembly

LEVEL 03 - Years 2, 3, 4 in Modular Undergraduate Course


DEPARTMENT Pastoral Theology, Liturgy and Canon Law

DESCRIPTION This study-unit is an introduction to the study of the liturgy and the liturgical life of the Church and will include such themes as the different liturgical rites and the significance of the assembly in the life of the church.

Reading List:

- CHUPUNGCO A.J., Handbook for Liturgical Studies, VoLD : Fundamental Liturgy, Collegeville 1997.
- LUPI G.; Liturgija, I/X'inhi I-Liturgija, Malta 1982.
- MARTIMORT A. G., The Church at Prayer, I/General Principles of the Liturgy, Collegville/MN 1986.
- VAGAGGINI C., The Theological Dimensions of the Liturgy, Collegeville/MN 1976.


Assessment Component/s Resit Availability Weighting
Examination (2 Hours) Yes 100%

LECTURER/S Jesmond Manicaro

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