DIVINITY SCHOOL

 

FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT

 

FOR JULY 1, 2004 TO JUNE 30, 2005

 

 

 

 

I.                Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

 

Amos, Katherine E.

 

“What Art tells us about Pentecost” - The Living Pulpit, October, 2005

 

Crainshaw, Jill Y.

 

“A Reflection on the Church’s Doctrine of Humanity,” A Project of the Christian Unity

            Committee of the North Carolina Council of Churches (North Carolina Council of Churches, Fall 2004).

 

“Preaching the Lesson for Sixth Sunday of Easter.”  Lectionary Homiletics, April/May 2004.

 

“Preaching the Lesson for Seventh Sunday of Easter,” Lectionary Homiletics, April/May 2004.

 

“Preaching the Lesson for Day of Pentecost,” Lectionary Homiletics, April/May 2004.

 

“Preaching the Lesson for Trinity Sunday,” Lectionary Homiletics, April/May 2004.

 

“Preaching the Lesson for the Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time,” Lectionary Homiletics, April/May 2004.

 

“ ‘Grammar of Justice, Syntax of Mutual Aid’:  Creating Storytelling Communities of  Worship,” Call To Worship (Spring 2005).

 

Presentation:(with Odom, Dave) “A Narrative theology of Resume Writing.”  Duke University.  Divinity School, September 2004.

 

Liturgist:  Ordination Service for Robyn Byrd Michalove, Dallas, TX.

 

Sermon:  (with Brinson, Ann)  Share the Feast,”  A Dialogue Sermon for Christ Presbyterian Church, High Point, NC, October 2004

 

Ordination Sermon for Peggy Matthews, “And Sarah Eavesdropped,” Parkway United Church of Christ, NC, November 2004.

 

Sermon for Bi-Lingual Worship:  “Second-hand Hands,” Parkway United Church of Christ, NC, November 2004.

 

Sermon:  “This Is My Story; This Is My Song,  Westminster Presbyterian Church, Greensboro, NC, January 2005.

 

Ordination Sermon for Susan Borwick:  “Do You Hear What I Hear:  A Sound Theology of Ministry,” April 2005.

 

Leonard, Bill J.

 

Baptists in America, June 2005, Columbia University Press

 

 “A New  Burned-Over District: Demographics in the Southern Crossroads,” in Religion and Media in America: The Southern Crossroads, November, 2004.

 

 “Changing a Theology: Baptists, Theology and Salvation, Then and Now,” in Distinctively Baptist: Essays on Baptist History, Mercer, 2005.

 

“A Crumbling Empire: Is there a Baptist Future in the South?” in Religion in the Contemporary South, University of Tennessee Press, 2005.

 

Lipsett, Diane Wudel

“The Seduction of Self-Control: Hermas and the Problem of Desire,” Religion and Theology 11 (2004): 39-49.

 

Walls, Neal

 

Syro-Canaanite Prayers, Hymns, Curses and Incantations.”  Religions of the Ancient

World: A Guide, ed. Sarah Iles Johnston.  Boston: Harvard University Press, 2004.

 

“Mythology and Biblical Studies, 1980-1997.”  Pp. 103-106 in Methods of Biblical Interpretation, ed. J. H. Hayes. Nashville: Abingdon, 2004.

 

Anat,” “Baal,” and “El” in Encyclopedia of Religion, 2nd rev. ed., ed. L. Jones.  New York: Macmillan, 2005.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weber, Samuel F.

LITURGICAL  MUSIC  PROJECTS

Commission by various institutions as listed below

 

November 6, 2004

 

1.   CHANTS FOR THE ORDINARY OF THE MASS.  38 pp.  Gregorian notation.  Large type.  8.5 ” x 11” format.  With organ accompaniment.  ICEL translation 1985.  Celebrant’s chants with responses.  Includes Preface for Sundays in Ordinary Time (P 29), EP I and III; chanting the orations; “I confess,” “Orate Fratres” and “This is the Lamb of God” following the patterns given in the latest edition of the Missale Romanum.  Tone I (Tonus Recentior) is used, the tone most commonly in the ear of most celebrants.  When the new translation is available, this project will be updated.  If there is interest, I will prepare a version for Tone II (Tonus Antiquior).  Commissioned by the Diocese of La Cross, WI, U.S.A.

 

2.      CHANTS FOR THE ORDINARY OF THE MASS.  Audio tape.  40 min.  Companion to no. 1 above.   Commissioned by the Diocese of La Cross, WI, U.S.A.  

 

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LITURGY OF THE HOURS – ROMAN RITE

Officially approved ICEL Text

 

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Commissioned by St. Patrick’s Church, Columbus, OH.

 

3.      SUNDAY VESPERS:  FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  2 line modal tones for the Psalms.  NT Canticle with “Alleluia” refrain (Mode 5).  Includes Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. 

 

4.          SUNDAY VESPERS: FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT.  22 pp.  Full music edition for Organ and Cantor.  Companion to no. 3 above.

 

5.          SUNDAY VESPERS: SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms.  NT Canticle with “Alleluia” refrain (Mode 5).  Includes Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. 

 

6.          SUNDAY VESPERS: SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT.  22 pp.  Full music edition for Organ and Cantor.  Companion to no. 5 above.

 

7.          SUNDAY VESPERS: THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms.  NT Canticle with “Alleluia” refrain (Mode 5).  Includes Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. 

 

8.          SUNDAY VESPERS: THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT.  22 pp.  Full music edition for Organ and Cantor.  Companion to no. 7 above. 

 

9.          SUNDAY VESPERS: FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms.  NT Canticle with “Alleluia” refrain (Mode 5).  The Hymn proper to the Roman Rite, “Verbum supernum omnium,” is given in a new translation by Rev. Thomas Buffer of the Pontifical Seminary Josephinum, Columbus, OH.  “O” Antiphon for December 19, 2004.  Includes Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. 

 

10.       SUNDAY VESPERS: FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT.  22 pp.  Full music edition for Organ and Cantor.  Companion to no. 9 above.

 

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Commissioned by the Society for Catholic Liturgy, annual meeting, 2004.

 

11.       THURSDAY VESPERS: Week I.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms. 

 

12.       FRIDAY LAUDS: Week I.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms. 

 

13.       FRIDAY VESPERS: Week I.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms. 

 

14.       SATURDAY LAUDS: Week I.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms. 

 

15.       SUNDAY I VESPERS: Week II.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms. 

 

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Commissioned by the Society for Catholic Liturgy, annual meeting, 2004.

 

16.       THURSDAY VESPERS: Week II.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Full chant antiphons.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms. 

 

17.       FRIDAY LAUDS: Week II.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms.  .

 

18.       FRIDAY VESPERS: Week II.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms. 

 

19.       SATURDAY LAUDS: Week II.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms. 

 

20.       SUNDAY I VESPERS: Week III.  16 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Chant notation.  Antiphons set to simple Gregorian Psalm Tones.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms. 

 

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DIVINE OFFICE – MONASTIC RITE

Grail Psalter; other texts translated by editor

Exact translation of the Breviarium Monasticum

On-going project: THE MONASTIC OFFICE OF ST. BERNARD ABBEY, Cullman, AL, U.S.A.

Carried out under the auspices of Right Reverend Cletus Meagher, O.S.B., Abbot

 

21.       ORDER FOR THE SACRED TRIDUUM.  72 pp.  Black covers, spiral bound.  Complete Divine Office (only).  Tenebrae of Holy Saturday (evening of Good Friday).  Congregation book.  Chant notation.  Each antiphon given in both a full chant setting, based on the traditional Latin chant, and a simple Gregorian Psalm Tone setting.  Responsories and Christus factus est in Psalm tone settings.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms.

 

22.       ORDER FOR THE SACRED TRIDUUM.  LECTIONARY.  22 pp.  Booklet for readings.  Lamentations and Little Chapters set to traditional Holy Week tones.  ICEL text of patristic readings (text only, no chant).

 

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CHANTS FOR MASS – Advent

 

23.       A STILL, SMALL VOICE: ADVENT.  THE PROPER OF THE MASS IN ENGLISH.  36 pp.  Congregation booklet.  Text is ICEL version, 1985 Sacramentary.  When the accent patterns of the English text allow, traditional Gregorian Psalm Tones are used.  For the rest, new tones in the modal style.  “Alleluias” in simple settings borrowed from the Antiphonale.  Text for the Offertories from the 1964 Roman Missal.  Commissioned by the Carmelite Nuns, Greenbay, WI.

 

24.       A STILL, SMALL VOICE: ADVENT.  THE PROPER OF THE MASS IN ENGLISH.  66 pp.  Cantor book for no. 29 above.  Complete text for all Responsorial Psalms and Alleluia Verses.  Two line modal tones for the Psalms.

 

25.       THE “PROPER” OF THE MASS  FOR THE SUNDAYS OF ADVENT.  26 pp.  Organ accompaniment to no. 29 above, the Sundays.  Commissioned by The Liturgical Institute, University of Saint Mary of the Lake, Mundelein, IL.

 

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CHANTS FOR MASS – Lent

 

26.    “PROPER” OF THE MASS FOR THE SECOND SUNDAY “PER ANNUM” AND THE SUNDAYS OF LENT.  Set to Plainchant Melodies with organ accompaniment.  A “Sampler.”  In addition, includes polyphonic settings (mixed and equal voices) for chanting appointed Psalms.  Settings of the “Propers” are given in full chant as well as psalm tone versions.  Designed to offer a number of options for choirs and scholas “large and small.”  115 pp.  Commissioned by St. Patrick’s Parish, Columbus, OH.

 

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27.    SUNDAY II VESPERS FOR LENT AND PASCHALTIDE.   Antiphons and Psalms in simple psalm tone settings.  Each Sunday in a separate booklet for people’s part and organ accompaniment.  Organ accompaniment given in low, medium and high keys for the needs of different congregations.  Commissioned by Ave Maria College, Ypsilant, MI.

 

28.    SAINT JOSEPH, March 19.  “Proper” of the Mass.  Full chant and psalm tone settings.  Texts of the Missale Romanum (ICEL), the Graduale Romanum, and the Graduale Simplex.  Congregation booklet.  Organ accompaniment.  Separate booklets.  Commissioned by Ave Maria College, Ypsilant, MI.

 

29.    ANNUNCIATION OF THE LORD, March 25.  “Proper” of the Mass.  Full chant and psalm tone settings.  Texts of the Missale Romanum (ICEL), the Graduale Romanum, and the Graduale Simplex.  Congregation booklet.  Organ accompaniment.  Separate booklets.  Commissioned by Ave Maria College, Ypsilanti, MI.

 

30.    THE PASSION OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST ACCORDING TO JOHN.  A setting following traditional themes (5th mode).  “Lamentation” (conclusion beginning “After this, Joseph of Arimathea”) from monastic sources (1st mode).  ICEL text (2002).  Organ accompaniment.  With Turba Choruses for Unison Choir and Mixed Voices.  Commissioned by Saint Mary Church, Greenville, SC.

 

31.    “PROPER OF THE MASS” for Sundays 12 and 13 Per Annum (Ordinary Time).  Psalm tone settings with organ accompaniment.  Responsorial Psalms and Gospel Acclamation Verses for Years A, B and C.  Offertory Verse included, text as given in the Graduale Romanum.  Separate booklet for each Sunday.  Congregation part and organ accompaniment complete in each booklet.  Commissioned by Prince of Peace Church, Taylors, SC.

 

32.    PALM SUNDAY AND HOLY WEEK: VESPERS.  Traditional themes.  Organ accompaniment.  Commissioned by Ave Maria College, Ypsilanti, MI.

 

33.    FRIDAY AT VESPERS: Week II of the Psalter.  Commissioned for Gregorian Chant Workshop, June 10-11, 2005 by St. Patrick Church, Columbus, OH.

 

34.    FEAST OF SAINT BARNABAS, APOSTLE.  At the Day Hours.  Commissioned for Gregorian Chant Workshop, June 10-11, 2005 by St. Patrick Church, Columbus, OH.

 

35.    THE BEAUTY OF CREATION REVEALS THE MAJESTY OF THE CREATOR.  A resource for the study of Gregorian Chant in Latin and English, with bibliography.  Commissioned for Gregorian Chant Workshop, June 10-11, 2005 by St. Patrick Church, Columbus, OH.

 

 

 

 

II.             Papers and Presentations

 

Amos, Katherine

Association of Theological Schools Annual Meeting of the Academic Deans, March 31-April 2, 2005, Savannah, Georgia

Session I - Administering a Self-study (1 ½  hour workshop)

Session II – Distance Education

 

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina 12th Annual General Assembly, Greenville, NC, March 18-19, 2005

Ministry Workshop – Session III – Saturday, 9:00am – 10:00; Using Art for Spiritual Growth,

Presented with Margaret Deans and Karen Dresser (Divinity School Students)

 

Council on the Parliament of World Religions International Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, 

July 6-13, 2004

Pathways to Peace:  Using Artistic Metaphors for Dialogue and Collaboration” presented with

Dr. Susan Borwick, Faculty, Music Department, Wake Forest University

 

Shepherd’s Center Fall Spirituality and the Arts Series, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Session I – September 30, 2004, 9:30am – 10:30 am; Pathways to Peace, presented with Dr. Susan Borwick, Faculty, Music Department, Wake Forest University

Session II – October 7, 2005, 9:30am – 10:30 am; Spirituality and the Icon

 

Knollwood Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, NC, January 12, 19, and 26, 2005, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Pathways to Peace, Presented with Dr. Susan Borwick, Faculty Member, Music Department, Wake Forest University

 

Bailey, Douglass M.

 

Keynote Speaker at National Urban Ministry Conference: “The City of God for American Cities,  Washington, D.C.  (June ‘05)

 

Producer and principal Keynote speaker for three-day conference sponsored by West Ohio Conference, United Methodist Church and United TheologIcal Seminary, Dayton , Ohio , November, 2004.

 

Leonard, Bill J.

Samford University, London, UK, August 2004.

Southern Association for Institutional Research, Biloxi, MS, October 2004

American Academy of Religion, San Antonio, TX, November 2004

Baylor University, Waco, TX, Keynote Speaker, April 2005

 

 

Walls, Neal

 

Chair of two sessions at the Society of Biblical Literature’s Annual Meeting (Nov 20-23)

 

 

III.           Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Bailey, Douglass M.

Workshop and Preaching; St. Paul Community Baptist Church, Brooklyn, NY

Workshop and Preaching; Winston-Salem Ministers Conference

Workshop and Preaching; St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, Dallas, TX

Workshop and Preaching; St. James AME Church, Winston-Salem, NC

Workshop and Preaching; United Methodist Theological Seminary, Dayton, OH

Workshop and Preaching; The Riverside Church, New York City, NY

 

 

Crainshaw, Jill Y.

Delegate for Seminars, North American Academy of Liturgy

Duke Divinity School, ½ day

 

 

Leonard, Bill J.

Editorial Board, Journal of Religion, Disability, and Health

Advisory Board, Rural Life and the Media Committee, University of Kentucky

 

Walls, Neal

Chair of the “Israelite Religion in its West Asian Environment Section” Steering Committee

 

Weber, Samuel F.

 Antiphon.  The Publication of the Society for Catholic Liturgy.  Editorial Board     member.

 

Consultant for Liturgical Music and Practice, Prince of Peace Church, Taylors, SC (3 weekend visits with meetings)

 

Consultant to the Bishop, Catholic Diocese of Charleston, SC for the Liturgy, Spiritual Formation and Pastoral Practice (2 days of meetings; available for on-going consultation on an ad hoc basis)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV.           External Grants Received

 

 

Bailey, Douglass, M.

$10,000  Multicultural Immersion Course and Wake Forest University Divinity School,

Tudor-Jones

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Leonard, Bill J.

 

$10,000           “Fierce Landscapes”, Appalachian Ministries Resource Center

 

Lipsett, Diane Wudel

 

$500 (semi-finalist award)     Faith as a Way of Life, Yale Center for Faith and Culture

 

Walls, Neal

 

$5000              Reading Gilgamesh, The American Academic Institute in Iraq

 

 

           

V.              Awards for Distinguished Teaching, Research, or Professional Activities

 

(None)