18043.
Buckley (Ann) (ed.): Music, liturgy, and the veneration of saints of the medieval Irish church in a European context / edited by Ann Buckley.
RITUS, 8. Turnhout: Brepols, 2017. xxxiv + 359 pp. (Ritus et artes, 8).
Rev. by
Thomas O’Loughlin, in CMCS 75 (Summer, 2018), pp. 90-91.
18044.
Picard (Jean-Michel): Omnes sancti chori Hiberniae sanctorum orate pro nobis: manuscript evidence for the cult of Irish saints in medieval Europe.

18045.
Hangartner (Bernhard): The historia of St. Finan of Rheinau.

18046.
Buckley (Ann): From hymn to historia: liturgical veneration of local saints in the medieval Irish church.

18047.
Furlong (Senan): The medieval office of St. Patrick.

18048.
Brannon (Patrick): A divine office celebration for the feast of St. Canice at Kilkenny Cathedral.

18049.
Knott (Betty I.): Possible Irish influences in the office for St. Kentigern, patron saint of Glasgow.

18050.
Hair (Greta-Mary): Why St. Andrew? Why not St. Columba as patron saint of Scotland?

18051.
O’Driscoll (Ciaran): Reconstructing first vespers for the feast of St Brendan, abbot of Clonfert, from the common office of a confessor abbot, according to the Sarum rite.

18052.
Rumsey (Patricia M.): The significance of the Liturgia horarium in the Nauigatio sancti Brendani in its modelling of a sacramental Christian life.

18053.
O’Donoghue (Neil Xavier): The use of the Eucharistic chrismal in pre-Norman Ireland.

18054.
Tracey (Liam): Celtic mists: the search for a Celtic rite.
In Music, liturgy, and the veneration of saints (2017), pp. 291–304.
Discusses the terminology used for the liturgy of early Ireland in liturgical scholarship.