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1 Crichton, J.D. Christian Celebration: The Mass
London Geoffrey Chapman 1975 0225658526 / 9780225658521 Soft Cover Very Good No Jacket 
A Very Good+ unmarked copy which has a name to half title page. viii + 186 pages. In this brilliant work, addressed to the parish priest and the student, J.D. Crichton examines: what liturgy is for; how modern man, with his urban preoccupations and needs, is able to worship; how the liturgy is able to form community and express the Christian gathering's identity; what is meant by celebration, and whether celebration is possible in a 20th century setting; what the symbols of the liturgy are, how they answer to man's need, and how people today can respond to them. Within this framework he discusses in detail the New Order of the Mass, the reform of the Roman Calendar, the style, intentions and content of the new 1970 Roman Missal. 
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2 Crichton, J.D. Christian Celebration: The Prayer of the Church
London Geoffrey Chapman 1976 0225661268 / 9780225661262 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good No Jacket 
A Very Good+ unmarked copy which has a name to half title page. x + 134 pages. In this third volume of his trilogy on Christian Celebration, Fr. Crichton examines the Prayer of the Church today. A long and important chapter places lturgical prayer in its historical perspective. He discusses the liturgical use of the psalms, the scriptural content of liturgical prayer, and the lectionaries, the hymnary, and the intercessions. He examines the very nature of prayer. 
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3 Crichton, J.D. Christian Celebration: The Sacraments
London Geoffrey Chapman 1973 0225659859 / 9780225659856 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good No Jacket 
A Very Good unmarked copy which has a name to half title page and fading to spine. 240 pages. J.D. Crichton examines the new rites for the sacraments in the Catholic Church. He explores the theology of each sacrament as the texts of the rite reveal it; puts its development in the historical perspective; discusses the possibilities for renewed pastoral practice opened up by the new rites. 
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4 Crichton, J.D. Our Lady in the Liturgy
Dublin The Columba Press 1997 1856071944 / 9781856071949 First Edition Soft Cover Fine No Jacket 
A Fine unmarked copy. In the book Monsignor Crichton explores the feasts of the Blessed Virgin and their meaning. The greater feasts of Mary have their roots as far back as the 5th century in the Eastern part of what was still the undivided great Church, and in his commentaries he tries to keep close to the great tradition, that is to the place and role of Mary in the history of salvation, and to the intimate association of the Virgin Mother to her son, Jesus Christ. The book also considers what are called the minor feasts of Mary, many originating from the 12th century. 
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5 Crichton, J.D. The Living Christ - 'In Christ' Through Scripture and Liturgy
London Collins 1988 0005990904 / 9780005990902 Soft Cover Fine No Jacket 
A Fine unmarked copy. 113 pages. 'I live, now not I, but Christ lives in me.' The noted liturgist, pastoral priest and writer has reflected lifelong on what these words mean, and the reflections in this book distil a lifetime's study and meditations on this theme. 
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6 Crichton, J.D. The Ministry of Reconciliation - A Commentary on the Order of Penance 1974
London Geoffrey Chapman 1974 022566075X / 9780225660753 First Edition Soft Cover Fine No Jacket 
A Fine unmarked copy. viii + 167 pages. For many centuries the sacrament of penance has played a very important part in the lives of Catholics. All have used it and would say that they could not have led any sort of Christian life without it. It is significant, however, that one unconsciously uses the past tense. Is this still happening? The answer is, to great extent, yes. But many observers have noted a falling off in its use in recent years though it is not always easy to say why. The author provides his commentary on the new Order of Penance. 
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