Dr Robin Gibbons

Department for Continuing Education
Phone: 01865 280890
Email: robin.gibbons@regents.ox.ac.uk

Research Interests:

Liturgy especially Liturgical Theology; Church Art and Architecture, The Liturgical Environment (particular 20/21 century). Liturgical Theologians; Alexander Schmemann, Romano Guardini, Ecclesiology, Eastern Christianity (in partular the Eastern Catholic Churches). Pastoral Theology, Monasticism, Spirituality.

Publications:

Gibbons, R ' Ongoing Dialogue for the Good of our Civilisation: The Legitimate Role of Religion in Public Life', The  Runcie Lecture for 2011 published in 'The Runcie Lectures 2000-2012'.Graduate Theological Foundation, Mishawaka, Indiana. pp 191-205 

Gibbons,R (ed)2012 The Weekday Missal: The order of Mass for Weekdays.Harper Collins,London

Gibbons,R (ed) 2011 The Sunday Missal: The Order of Mass for Sundays. Harper Collins, London.

Gibbons,R. Essay For The Life of the World in Paul J.Kirbas (Ed)2012 This Sacred Earth.Wyndham Hall Press, Ohio ( Teacher’s Edition with DVD)

Gibbons,R 2011 Essay, Ongoing Dialogue For The Good of Our Civilisation’The Runcie lecture 2011. In John H Morgan (ed) Foundation Theology 2011: Student essays For Ministry Professionals. Graduate Theological Foundation. Mishawaka, Indiana.

Article, ‘Communion and Witness’Renewed Liturgy and the Catholic Eastern Churches:A Vision For the Future. One In Christ (Nov 2010)

Gibbons,R., The Melkite Contribution from a Diaspora Point of View, in O Mahony, A and John Flannery (eds) The Catholic Church in the Contemporary Middle East.2010 Book of Submissions for the Synod of Catholic Bishops on Christianity in the Middle East .Melisende, London.  

The Eastern Church. CTS, London 2006

House of God:House of God's People. SPCK, London 2006

Contributor: Consecrated For Worship. Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales. CTS London 2006

Contributor:Celebrating Sunday Evening Prayer.Canterbury Press, Norwich 2006


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