Publications

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A list of my publications includes the following. For an itemised  listing of my publications in The Tablet of London, go to this page.

G. Publications

G.38.    – “Listen to the Word” Commentaries on the prefaces of selected Sundays and feasts”, The Tablet (20 November 2010 – present). Read more here.

G.37.    Leachman, J.G. – D.P. McCarthy, “The contribution of the proposed Institutum Liturgicum in England and Wales”, Liturgy Studies and Teaching, a dedicated number of Benedictine Culture 4 (2010).

G.36.    Leachman, J.G. – D.P. McCarthy, “The contribution of the project Appreciating the Liturgy to the research Institutum Liturgicum”,Liturgy Studies and Teaching, a dedicated number of Benedictine Culutre 4 (2010).

G.35.    Liturgy Studies and Teaching, ed. D. McCarthy, a dedicated number of Benedictine Culture 4 (2010).

G.34.    – “The Forthcoming Translation of the Missale Romanum (1)”, Benedictine Culture 3 (Spring 2010) 15-20.

G.33.    – “Listen to the Word” Commentaries on the propers of selected Sundays and feasts”, The Tablet (28 November 2009 – 13 November 2010).

G.32.    – J.G. Leachman, Listen to the Word: Commentaries on Selected Opening Prayers of Sundays and Feasts with Sample Homilies,Revised from articles that appeared in The Tablet (18 March 2006 – 15 September 2007), augmented with five Homilies (Documenta Rerum Ecclesiasticarum Instaurata, Varia), The Tablet, London 2009.

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G.31.    – “Listen to the Word: Commentaries on Selected Prayers After Communion of Sundays and Feasts”, The Tablet (weekly from 29 November 2008 – 28 November 2009).

G.30.    – Praesidendi coetui sedes ad munus orationemque dirigendi: Quatuor rationes prospectusque solus, Pontificio Istituto Liturgico thesis ad lauream published in extract, Roma 2008.

G.29.    – “Listen to the Word: Commentaries on Selected Prayers Over the Gifts of Sundays and Feasts”, The Tablet (weekly from 1 December 2007 – 22 November 2008).

G.28.    Appreciating the Collect. An Irenic Methodology Euchology (Documenta Rerum Ecclesiasticarum Instaurata. Liturgiam aestimare :Appreciating the Liturgy 1), , ed. J.G. Leachman – D.P. McCarthy, St. Michael’s Abbey Press, Farnborough, England 2008. G.24.

G.27.   – “A Grateful Response: Liturgy and the life of the Church”, Kansas Monks, published three times annually, from Fall 2008 – present

G.26.    Reginaldus Thomas Foster with Daniel P. McCarthy, “Collectarum Latinitas”, in Appreciating the Collect. An Irenic MethodologyEuchology (Documenta Rerum Ecclesiasticarum Instaurata. Liturgiam aestimare : Appreciating the Liturgy 1), ed. J.G. Leachman – D.P. McCarthy, St. Michael’s Abbey Press, Farnborough, England 2008, 27-56.

G.25.    – “Between Memories and Hopes: Anamnesis and Eschatology in Selected Collects”, in Appreciating the Collect. An Irenic Methodology Euchology (Documenta Rerum Ecclesiasticarum Instaurata. Liturgiam aestimare : Appreciating the Liturgy 1), ed. J.G. Leachman – D.P. McCarthy, St. Michael’s Abbey Press, Farnborough, England 2008, 197-221.

G.24.    – James G. Leachman, “Preparation for the Piazza: The Preface of the Second Scrutiny (the Fourth Sunday in Lent): the Mystagogical Formation of the Neophytes and the Assembly” Studia Liturgica 38.1 (2008) 114-133.

G.23.    – James G. Leachman, “The Formation of the Ecclesial Person through Baptismal Preparation and the Celebrations of RCIA: The Collects for the Scrutinies” The Liturgical Subject: Subject, subjectivity and the human Person in Contemporary Liturgical Discussion and Critique, ed. J.G. Leachman, SCM – University of Notre Dame Press, London – Notre Dame, IL, 2008, 172-200.

G.22.    “Liturgy – Our Offering” Monastic Liturgy Forum Newsletter 19: 3 (Spring 2008) 1-4.

G.21.    Book review: P. Turner, Let us Pray: A Guide to the Rubrics of Sunday Mass (A Pueblo Book), The Liturgical Press, Collegeville, MN 2006, in Ecclesia Orans 34 (2007) …

G.20.     – Listen to the Word: Commentaries on Selected Opening Prayers of Sundays and Feasts, as they appeared in The Tablet, 18 March 2007 – 19 May 2007, published privately, Rome.

G.19.    – “Listen to the Word: Commentaries on Selected Opening Prayers of Sundays and Feasts”, The Tablet (weekly from 18 March 2006 – 4 March 2007, thereafter occasionally).

G.18.    – Praesidendi coetui sedes ad munus orationemque dirigendi. unde sit profecta et quomodo progessa, unpublished elaboration prepared in preparation for the lectio coram, Pontificio Istituto Liturgico, Sant’Anselmo, Rome, 2 May 2006.

G.17.    – “Rousing Dormant Memories”, America, 191:8 (27 September 2004) 22-23. Re-edited and re-published as “Rousing Dormant Memories; Tradition, our sustenance in difficulty” Kansas Monks 33:1 (2005) 14-15.

G.16.    – Circum praesidentis celebrata liturgia sedem. The Liturgy Celebrated around the President’s Chair: Its Recent Development and Historical Sources, unpublished license thesis magna cum laude, Pontifical Institute of Liturgy, Sant’Anselmo, Rome, 21 June 2005.

G.15.    – “No need for the Astroturf”, The Tablet, 259:8592 (11 June 2005) 22.

G.14.    – “One Body, Many Ministries: The Presidential Chair in the Liturgical Assembly”, Environment and Art Letter, 17 (2004) 20-24.

G.13.    – “Rediscovering Evening Prayer”, The Tablet, 258:8504 (5 June 2004) 16. Re-edited and re-published as “In Worship Clear Thought Should Move One’s Devotion”, Kansas Monks, 6:23 (October 2004), 4-5.

G.12.    – “Archbishop Gennaro Verolino”, Voices from the Council, ed. M. Prendergast and M.D. Ridge, Pastoral Press, Portland, Oregon 2004, 123-125.

G.11.    – “‘Ordering’ and ‘Closing’ In an Austrian Monastery”, Kansas Monks, 6:17 (2003) 1-2.

G.10.    – “A ‘Monument’ from Which to Proclaim Resurrection”, Kansas Monks, 6:8 (2003) 4-5.

G.9.    – “Expectant Longing”, The Catechist’s Connection, 18:4 (2002) 6

G.8.    – “Easter Vigil: Funeral Vigil: Holding the wake service in church makes vital connections”, Celebration, 30,2 (2001) 81, 88.

G.7.    – “A Rural Parish Sings Psalms to the Most High”, Liturgy. Journal of The Liturgical Conference, 17:2 (2001) 41-48.

G.6.    – “Resurrection, Baptism Linked”, Kansas Monks, 5,35 (2000) 6.

G.5.    – Evening Prayer for the Dead With Reception of the Body, leaders edition and participants’ edition, Celebration, Kansas City 1998.

G.4.    – “Evening Prayer for the Dead: Parishes Can Reclaim Key Faith Moments from Conventional Wake Services”, Celebration, 27:1 (November, 1998) 486.

G.3.    – “Blessing of Parish Council, Officers of Women’s Council, Finance Board, and Cemetery Board—St. Benedict’s Church, Bendena, Kansas”, Monastic Liturgy Forum Newsletter 6:1 (1994) 10-12.

G.2.    – “Rite for Reception of Oblate Candidates”, Monastic Liturgy Forum Newsletter 5:3 (1994) 10-11.

G.1.    – “Blessing of a Memorial Marker at St. Benedict’s Abbey, Atchison, Kansas”, Monastic Liturgy Forum Newsletter, 5:2 (1993) 10-12.

 

Translations of my publications

“Amerikaanse benedictijn en liturgist Daniel McCarthy, ‘Je moet de traditie kennen om creatief te zijn’”, Tertio Millennio 345 (20 September 2006) 10. (an interview given in English and published in Flemish).

“Tussen doopvont, ambo en altaar: Hoe architectuur, kunst en rituelen zin en betekenis verlenen aan de liturgie”, ed., tr. Dirk Hanssens De Kovel – Monastiek Tijdschrift voor Vlaanderen en Nederland, 28 (2013) 78-87. (a recombination and translation of four of my articles on church architecture for a fuller ritual celebraiton of the liturgy as appeared on the Parish Practice page of The TabletDe Kovel home page here.

 

H. Publications in the Press

H.2.    – “Nota: Lauren Pristas, Collects of the Roman Missal: A Study of Liturgical Reform”, Ecclesia Orans 26 (2009).

H.1.    Book review of Richard S. Vosko, God’s House is Our House: Re-imagining the Environment for Worship. Liturgical Press, Collegeville, MN 2006, xxx-253 pp., ISBN-13: 978-0-8146-3014-3 (pbk.), $19.95, in Ecclesia Orans 26 (2009).

 

I. Publications in preparation

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J. Others’ Comments on my writing

J.15.    Kevin McGinnell, “Book review”, Anaphora 4 (2010) 71-73.

J.14.    Paul Turner, “Book review”, Pastoral Liturgy 41:5 (September – October 2010) 18.

J.13.    Guerric De Bona, “Book review”, American Benedictine Review 61:2 (June 2010) 210-212.

J.12.    William C. Graham, Celebration: A Comprehensive Worship Resource 38:8 (August 2009) 5.

J.11.    The European Society for Catholic Theology, ET Newsletter (13 July 2009).

J.10.    Ashley Beck, “Book review”, New Diaconal Review 2 (May 2009) 48.

J.9.    Association for Latin Liturgy, Newsletter, 134 (Lent 2009) 21.

J.8.    Philip Gleeson, “Reviews”, New Blackfriars 90 (2009) 618-19.

J.7.    The European Society for Catholic Theology, ET Newsletter (26 February 2009

J.6.    DTC [Dom Thomas], “Book Reviews”, Pluscarden Benedictines 147 (2009) 21-23.

J.5.    Cuthbert Brogan, “Appreciating the Liturgy”, Pluscarden Review (Summer 2008) 23-27.

J.4.    Liturgy Newsletter, A Quarterly Newsletter Prepared by the Liturgy Office of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales 8:3 (May 2008) 2.

J.3.    Dan Madden, Fr. Daniel earns doctorate – Monk defends dissertation at prestigious P.I.L., Kansas Monks 3:3 (2008) 4, 35.

J.2.    Peter Doll, “Whose Temple”, Art and Christianity, 52 (2008).

J.1.    Christopher Howse, “Sacred Mysteries”, London Telegraph, 2 February, 2007.

 

P. Photos published

P.1.    St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome: interior detail of ceiling of baldachin and dome in D. McCarthy, “Sacred Exchanges”, The Tablet261:8722 (22/29 December 2007) 28.

P.2.    Duomo, Trapani, Sicily: interior detail of altar, ciborium and apse, in D. McCarthy, “Sacred Exchanges”, The Tablet 261:8722 (22/29 December 2007) 28.

 

T. Translations of others’ works

P.2.    Ilyés, Z., “The Human Person at Play: A Model for Contemporary Liturgical Understanding”, The Liturgical Subject: Subject, Subjectivity and the Human Person in Contemporary Liturgical Discussion and Critique, SCM—Notre Dame, London—South Bend, Indiana 2008, 132-153.

P.1.    Mazza, E., “The influence of Anthropology on the development of Baptismal Rites: up to and Including the Mystagogical Catechists of the Fourth Century”, The Liturgical Subject: Subject, Subjectivity and the Human Person in Contemporary Liturgical Discussion and Critique, SCM—Notre Dame, London—South Bend, Indiana 2008, 201-200.

 

I. Interviews given

I.1.    “Amerikaanse benedictijn en liturgist Daniel McCarthy, ‘Je moet de traditie kennen om creatief te zijn’”, Tertio Millennio, 345 (20 September 2006) 10.