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Eucharistic Prayer and Theology

Convener

Charles Pottie-Pâté, sj
St. Mary’s Cathedral
219 18th Avenue S.W.
Calgary, AB  T2S 0C2
Ph.  (403) 228-4170 - Ext. 232
Fax: (403) 244-1965
[email protected] or [email protected]

Mission Statement

The Eucharistic Prayer and Theology Seminar, a scholarly application of the lex orandi lex credendi axiom, devotes its sessions to the study of both the classical Eucharistic Prayers and to the new Eucharist Prayers of modern or relatively modern national, ethnic, or church groups. The studies, based on papers written by members of the group, or on Eucharistic Prayers written or selected by them, have alternatively a literary and a theological focus, depending on the nature of the particular work being discussed.

2018 Academy Meeting Agenda

Presenters
Precise schedule determined during opening session, Thursday, January 5, 10 am.


Bob Daly: Further reflections on ecological euchology, with his Eucharistic Prayer that we have been discussing in past meetings;

John Rempel asked if we would discuss and send comments on his new eucharistic prayer for the Lord’s Supper.

Brent Peterson: Luther and the notion of sacrifice plus a new eucharistic prayer that he has been working on;

Ecology and Liturgy seminar + Liturgical Language seminar would like to join us on Saturday morning session to discuss together with us Gail Ramshaw’s recent book, Pray, praise, and Give Thanks. A Collection of Litanies, Laments, and Thanksgivings at Font and Table. Augsburg Press 2017. Gail Ramshaw will be with us and we will spend a good amount of time discussing the book.

Finally, Catherine Vincie on the eucharistic prayer that she wrote a few years back and which she put in her book onWorship and the New Cosmology. Liturgical and Theological Challenges. Liturgical Press, 2014, pp. 105-108