- Le sens des fetes: T. 1. Le cycle fixe. – Paris: Cerf, 1970. 309 p.
- Les Notes apologetiques.
- Le sens des fetes: T. 2. Le cycle pascal. – Lausanne: L'age d'homme, 1985.
- Le sens de la Liturgie: La relation entre Dieu et l'homme. – Paris: Cerf, 1988. 322 p.
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Famous quotes containing the word works:
“Do not worry about the incarnation of ideas. If you are a poet, your works will contain them without your knowledgethey will be both moral and national if you follow your inspiration freely.”
—Vissarion Belinsky (18101848)
“His works are not to be studied, but read with a swift satisfaction. Their flavor and gust is like what poets tell of the froth of wine, which can only be tasted once and hastily.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“There is a great deal of self-denial and manliness in poor and middle-class houses, in town and country, that has not got into literature, and never will, but that keeps the earth sweet; that saves on superfluities, and spends on essentials; that goes rusty, and educates the boy; that sells the horse, but builds the school; works early and late, takes two looms in the factory, three looms, six looms, but pays off the mortgage on the paternal farm, and then goes back cheerfully to work again.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)