Gabriel Radle

Rank

Visiting Assistant Professor

Education

Ph.D. (S.E.O.D.), Pontifical Oriental Institute
S.E.O.Lic., Pontifical Oriental Institute
B.A., Gregorian University
B.Ph., Pontifical University of St Thomas Aquinas ("Angelicum")

Research and Teaching Interests

Liturgy, Late Antique and Medieval Christianity, Eastern Christianity, Liturgical Theology, the History of Sacraments, Liturgy and Monasticism in the Holy Land

Recent Publications

Books:

Rites and Rituals of the Christian East: Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the Society of Oriental Liturgy, Lebanon, July 10-15, 2012, eds. D. Galadza, N. Glibetic, B. Groen, G. Radle (Eastern Christian Studies 22, Leuven 2014).

Tοξότης. Studies for Stefano Parenti, eds. D. Galadza, N. Glibetic, G. Radle (Ἀνάλεκτα Κρυπτοφέρρης 9, Rome 2010).

Articles/Chapters:

"Embodied Eschatology: The Council of Nicaea's Regulation of Kneeling and Its Reception across Liturgical Traditions: Part I" in Worship 90 (2016) 345-371.

Embodied Eschatology: The Council of Nicaea's Regulation of Kneeling and Its Reception across Liturgical Traditions, Part II" in Worship 90 (2016) 433-461.

“When Infants Begin to Toddle: A Liturgical Rite of Passage in the Greco-Arabic Manuscript Sinai NF/ MG53” in Bollettino della Badia Greca di Grottaferrata s. III 9 (2014/2015), 159-168.

“The Nuptial Rites in Two Rediscovered Sinai First-Millennium Euchologies” in B. Groen, D. Galadza, N. Glibetic and G. Radle (eds.), Rituals & Rites of the Christian East: Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the Society of Oriental Liturgy, Lebanon, July 10-15, 2012 (Leuven 2014) 303-315.

“The Liturgical Ties Between Egypt and Southern Italy: A Preliminary Investigation” in Diliana Atanassova and Tinatin Chronz (eds.), ΣΥΝΑΞΗΣ ΚΑΘΟΛΙΚΗ. Beiträge zu Gottesdienst und Geschichte der fünf altkirchlichen Patriarchate für Heinzgerd Brakmann zum 70. Geburtstag (Münster 2014) 617-632.

“The Rite of Marriage in the Archimedes Euchology & Sinai Gr. 973 (a. 1152/3)” in Scripta & e-Scripta 12 (2013), 187-199.

“The Byzantine Tradition of Marriage in Calabria: Vatican reginae svecorum gr. 75 (a. 982/3)” in Bollettino della Badia Greca di Grottaferrata s. III 9 (2012) 221-245.

“The Development of Byzantine Marriage Rites as Evidenced by Sinai Gr. 957,” in Orientalia Christiana Periodica 78 (2012) 133-148.

“Sinai NF/ MG 22: Late-ninth/early-tenth century testimony of the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom and the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts in the Byzantine Tradition” in Bollettino della Badia Greca di Grottaferrata s. III 8 (2011) 169-221.

“Uncovering the Alexandrian Greek Rite of Marriage: The Liturgical Evidence of Sinai NF/ MG 67” in Ecclesia Orans 28 (2011) 49-73.

“The Anamnesis of the Sistine Chapel? The Relationship Between Church Art and Liturgical Anamnesis,” in A. Lossky & M. Sordi (eds.), "Faire Memoire". L'anamnèse dans la liturgie (Vatican City 2011) 219-227.

Biography

Raised in the Guadalupe community of San Antonio, Texas, Gabriel Radle moved to Rome at eighteen to pursue an education in philosophy and theology. The tangibility of history in that city's monuments persuaded him toward specialized work on Church history, and Christian art and architecture, subjects he also taught at the American University of Rome. Ultimately, his interests in the history of lived theology and the sacred arts intersected through a doctorate in comparative liturgical studies completed in 2013. Since then, Radle has held fellowships at Yale University's Institute of Sacred Music, Harvard University's Dumbarton Oaks Research Library, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Princeton University.

Radle has published widely on the history of liturgy in both West and East. His publications include studies on Christian rites of passage, early Byzantine eucharistic texts, Mt Sinai liturgy, Hellenophone Christian migrations to Italy during the Arab conquest, liturgical posture in the medieval West, and monastic scribal trends in the late Middle Ages. He has also co-edited three volumes on liturgical studies.

Website

https://nd.academia.edu/GabrielRadle

Contact

gradle@nd.edu