St John Chrysostom as Liturgist
January 31, 2008 Length: 49:00A talk given at St. Vladimir's Seminary on January 30th, 2008, the Feast of the Three Hierarchs as part of a Symposium on St John Chrysostom, which wrapped up a year-long commemoration of the 1600th anniversary of the his repose. Igumen Gregory Woolfenden, Ph.D., focused on St John’s liturgical thinking as expressed in his sermons. Fr Gregory is pastor of St Mary’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church in New Britain, Connecticut and serves as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Liturgical Studies at Yale Institute of Sacred Music/Yale Divinity School. He is also author of Daily Liturgical Prayer: Origins and Theology.
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