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Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
The fundamental reason why this topic was chosen is a rather deep rooted curiosity possessed by the majority of Lutheran liturgiologists as to Rome's views and reactions to the Lutheran Liturgical Movement. This 1iturgical curiosity is whetted and agitated by the present liturgical movement being carried on in the Roman Church under the influence of the German Benedictines and the Austrian Augustinians. Such names as Ellard, Reinhold, and Hellriegel immediately bring to mind the vast task of restoring meaning to the liturgy for the Roman laity which these men are undertaking in this country.
Arkin, Irvin, "Contemporary Roman Catholic Reactions to the Lutheran Liturgical Movement" (1951). Bachelor of Divinity. 339.
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