Bruce Morrill, S.J., holds the Edward A. Malloy Chair of Catholic Studies at Vanderbilt University, where he is professor of Theological Studies in the Divinity School and Graduate Department of Religion. He provides liturgical, pastoral, and educative ministries regularly at two Nashville parishes, as well as at Riverbend Maximum Security Prison. His latest book is The Essential Writings of Bernard Cooke: A Narrative Theology of Church, Sacrament, and Ministry (2016), while earlier monographs include Encountering Christ in the Eucharist (2012), Divine Worship and Human Healing (2009), and Anamnesis as Dangerous Memory (2000).

Latest Issue of Questions Liturgiques, Including Article on Schmemann

Alexander Schmemann published a tight corpus of writings focused on articulating the irreducible, eschatological content of the liturgy as revelatory of divine redemption, while continuously insisting that this fundamental tradition of the church is doubly crippled by ignorance of its eschatological nature and mistaken efforts to draw contemporary social concerns into its practice.

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