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| || ||Julia A. Upton, RSM, Ph.D.|
St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences,
Worship in Spirit and
Truth: The Life and Legacy of H.A. Reinhold
H. A. Reinhold was a leader in the liturgical movement in America.
When Reinhold died in 1968 Godfrey Diekmann, a liturgical giant in
his own right, referred to him as a “liturgical prophet” and urged
others to follow in Reinhold’s steps and “take up his mantle in the
thorny task” of pastorally implementing the liturgical changes
brought about by the Second Vatican Council. Over 40 years later,
that task remains every bit the challenge it was in Reinhold’s day.
As cries for social justice resound, liturgy more than ever must be
the tie of relevance that binds the church to the world. It is this
essential link between liturgy and social justice that, Worship in
Spirit and Truth retrieves in tracing Reinhold’s life and