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Very readable yet profound and engaging.
For one better versed in early writings, the convenience of having these texts on the liturgy in one compact package will be much appreciated.
The book concludes with a fictional reconstruction by Aquilina of what it was probably like to worship in the early Church.
Good description of the early Mass. Gives us incite into the worship practices of the early Christians.Published 11 days ago by Eternal Student
Reluctantly, I must say that this book was somewhat disappointing. On the positive side, it is a convenient reference for the documentation of the origins and development of the... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Piperone
Now I understand why Vatican II made so many changes to the Mass. The Mass we celebrate today is so much closer to the early first centuries celebration of the Eucharist. Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Chaplain
I ordered this book to read for our Catholic book club which is led by a priest at our church. I found it to be quite interesting and informative. I enjoyed it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Granny1
the mass was always in the early church just like it is now and it confirmed my questions about the catholic church. They early church was catholic.Published 3 months ago by joyce washburn
i HAVVE NOT FINISHED IT. BUT I FIND IT LACKING IN SOME OF DATES I WAS INTERESTED CONCERNING THE BIBLE . ASK ME AGAIN NEXT WEEK.Published 3 months ago by William Robinson
Mike Aquilina has collected a number of early (first century C.E. forward) Christian texts demonstrating that the doctrine of Jesus Christ's real presence in the Eucharist was... Read morePublished 3 months ago by James E. Scanlon
This book isn't very large, but it does give you valuable information on the early Church and the Mass and how it developed.Published 4 months ago by Orthodoxy