Gabriel Hebert

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Arthur Gabriel Hebert SSM (1886–1963) was a monk of Kelham, Nottinghamshire, (more strictly a member of the Society of the Sacred Mission) and a proponent within Anglicanism of the ideas of the Liturgical Movement. As such he was in familiar contact with Benedictine monasteries in Austria and Germany. Hebert also had contacts with artists and with Protestant circles in Switzerland and with Lutheran High Church movement in Sweden. He was very much aware of the social implications of liturgical renewal in Continental Europe.

Hebert was in some respects a disciple of Dom Gregory Dix.

Works[edit]

  • Apostle and Bishop: a study of the Gospel, the ministry, and the Church-community, London: Faber and Faber, 1963
  • The Authority of the Old Testament, London: Faber and Faber, 1947
  • The Christ of Faith and the Jesus of History, London: SCM Press, 1962
  • Fundamentalism and the Church of God, Philadelphia: Westminster, 1957
  • Liturgy and Society, London: Faber and Faber, 1935
  • The Old Testament from Within, London: Oxford, 1962
  • The Parish Eucharist, 1936
  • contributor to Catholicity: a study in he conflict of Christian traditions in the west / being a report presented to...the Archbishop of Canterbury, Westminster: Dacre Press, 1947
  • contributor to True Worship, ed. Lancelot Sheppard, Baltimore : London: Helicon Press; Darton, Longman & Todd, 1963
  • Articles in The Expository Times

References[edit]

  • Irvine, Christopher (1993). Worship, church and society : an exposition of the work of Arthur Gabriel Hebert. Canterbury Press. ISBN 1-85311-074-4. 

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