Paperback. 178 pages.
Fr. Dwight Longenecker is author of over twenty books, a blogger, podcaster, and popular speaker nationwide, and serves as pastor of Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Greenville, South Carolina.
“Here we find good advice, good taste, joyful patience, and realistic hope. A powerful little book on a most important subject.”
— DOM XAVIER PERRIN, OSB, Abbot of Quarr Abbey
“With a vitality of style matching his theological ambition to re-enchant Catholic worship, Dwight Longenecker educates, instructs, and inspires.”
— R. R. RENO, Editor, First Things
“Fr. Dwight Longenecker demonstrates a profound grasp of the difficulties often found in contemporary Catholic worship. The writing is a rare and welcome fusion of profound love of the liturgy and deep compassion for the faithful.”
— W. WINSTON ELLIOTT III, Publisher of The Imaginative Conservative
“I highly recommend Letters on Liturgy. Fr. Longenecker charitably corrects modern errors, excesses, and distortions, while offering also practical advice on how to restore greater reverence and recover lost traditions.”
— REV. MSGR CHARLES POPE, Pastor of Holy Comforter St. Cyprian Catholic Church
“Father Longenecker persuasively shows us that to re-enchant the liturgy is to re-enchant the world, and thereby make our ancient Faith new.”
— MAGGIE GALLAGHER, Benedict XVI Institute
“Letters on Liturgy reminds us that beautiful liturgy brings us ever closer to ultimate realities, at the heart of which is the Logos Himself.”
— SAMUEL GREGG, Acton Institute
“As one who loves the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, I welcome the insights of pastors, such as Fr. Longenecker, who celebrate the Ordinary Form with reverence, and with canonical, theological, and aesthetic sensibility.”
— JOSEPH PEARCE, editor of the St. Austin Review