Something on Fr. Jean and his contribution to the Catechism of the Catholic Church: The Holy Spirit and the Church in the Liturgy by Cassian Folsom
I wonder though, if Fr. Bouyer would agree with this, or Fr. Corbon; or is Fr. Cassian makes this assertion because of a commitment to the scholastic doctrine of appropriations?
Each person of the Most Holy Trinity pours himself out upon the Church in a kenosis of self-giving. The Church, in her celebration of the liturgy, responds in kind; by blessing the Father, by clinging to Christ as the Bride clings to her Bridegroom and as the Body is joined to its Head, and by cooperating with the Holy Spirit in a joint activity of preparation, remembrance, transfiguration and communion. Because we are flesh and blood, God in his mercy has so ordered the economy of our salvation that this divine communion with him should take place not in the realm of subjective fancy, but in the objective celebration of the divine mysteries. In the liturgy, the "Yes" of God to man encounters the "Yes" of man to God: the divine initiative meets Marian consent.
From what I've read of Fr. Bouyer's trinitarian theology, I don't think he would agree.