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The distinctive feature of the review is its scientific method and exposition of the subject matter under consideration. Through such an approach it hopes to contribute, on a scientific level, to contemporary discussions regarding the conciliar and postconciliar liturgical renewal. It is the conviction of the Liturgical Institute that present-day questions of pastoral liturgy and adaptation to various cultures will be answered authoritatively, only on the condition that a firm scientific foundation is laid.
EO 37 Publication Date: Publication Name: Ecclesia orans. View on ecclesiaorans. Save to Library. Norberto Valli, Il giorno ottavo del Natale del Signore nel rito ambrosiano [abstract] more. In the Early Western Medieval liturgical sources, the calends of January appear to be connoted, first of all, by the presence of some anti-idolatric formulae, the traces of which persist even where the themes proper to the Octave of In the Early Western Medieval liturgical sources, the calends of January appear to be connoted, first of all, by the presence of some anti-idolatric formulae, the traces of which persist even where the themes proper to the Octave of Christmas are prevalently stressed.
The mariological character of the first day of the calendar which is typical of the Roman rite, did not find acceptance in the Milanese liturgy, which devotes the sixth Sunday of Advent to the celebration of the Divine Motherhood of the Blessed and always Virgin Mary. This present study analyzes readings, eucologies and chants which are currently in use in the Ambrosian rite, paying attention to their development in the diachronic dimension and to the theological contents which characterize them.
I social media e i riti cristiani [abstract] more. Digital media are not simply neutral instruments: they are operating an anthropological reconfiguration. Social media in particular modify the basic rites of human existence. The liturgical ritual is inflicted and modified. The article The article presents a description of some anthropological reconfigurations made by the media and their liturgical repercussions, proposing some discernment reflections.
This article deals with the topic of order of the sacraments of the Christian Initiation in the eucological texts of the Roman Missal. But, in the first place, the approach of the subject requires a brief historical look about it, the But, in the first place, the approach of the subject requires a brief historical look about it, the contribution of the Magisterium of the Church from the Council until today and a synthetic presentation of the current pastoral practice.
Then he focuses on the analysis of the eucological texts trying to obtain a theology either of the unity or order of the sacraments of the IC. The analysis of the texts is inspired by the tertio editio of the Roman Missal and makes constant reference to the liturgical sources of them.
This article presents an example of liturgical reform or renewal carried out in the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. It involves the Vigils for Sundays of Lent and Easter. Cyril of Jerusalem, a contemporary of Egeria, was surely involved in the creation of this celebration.
The Travels of Egeria, together with the General Instruction of the Liturgy of the Hours, have been as guideline in the liturgical renewal of this nocturnal celebration, which Franciscans have already celebrated since before Office of Readings followed by Lauds. The historical course of this celebration takes into account the Barletta Ritual of the Canons of the Holy Sepulchre from before and the Ceremonial of the Custody of the Holy Land from Second part The second part presents the reform of the Saturday Vigils of Lent in the succession of elements and liturgical moments with their respective texts.
Moreover, the author explains the modifications carried out in the Vigil of Easter Sunday through its current form. The study concludes with an appendix that contains correspondences between the President of the Liturgical Commission of the Custody of the Holy Land and famous, well-known liturgists. Samuel B. Part 1 traces Part 1 traces the history of this theme from its first appearance in the Didache and so-called Apostolic Tradition through its development in several anaphoral descendants.
Publication Date: Publication Name: Eccclesia orans. Markus Tymister, La pandemia. EO 36 Adnotationes: "Ecclesia orans" 36 [IT] more. Adnotationes: "Ecclesia orans" 36 [EN] more. Taft, SJ [abstract] more. Paul F. Partially in response to an article by Henk Jan de Jonge, the evidence for the day of the week when the earliest Christians would have held their eucharistic meals is re-examined.
It is argued that at least Jewish Christians would have It is argued that at least Jewish Christians would have gathered on Saturday evenings, but that other possible indications are ambiguous. The transition to Sunday appears to have begun around the end of the first century in Syria and Asia Minor, but usually to Sunday morning, because of the effect of an imperial edict against evening gatherings.
Later evidence from North Africa suggests that evening meals there continued down to the third century, and that the eventual choice of Sunday morning was influenced by the tradition of distributing gifts to the needy at that time. Pino Di Luccio, Liberaci dal male: il significato alla luce della letteratura biblica e intertestamentaria [abstract] more. La contestualizzazione della petizione del Padre Nostro per la liberazione dal male tra le preghiere del secondo Tempio indica che il male come la tentazione possono avere avuto originariamente connotazioni che riguardano la fede.
Le ultime richieste del Padre Nostro attualizzano preghiere tradizionali per la liberazione, e attualizzano quelle preghiere che menzionando esperienze di prova della fede profetizzano un nuovo tempio — come il Sal Il male si concretizza in situazioni che sono una prova per la fede. Liturgy , Bibbia , Liturgia , Preghiera , and Liturgia catolica. Se trata de las Vigilias de los domingos de Cuaresma y Pascua. El elemento central de las mismas es Dominik Jurczak, La Liturgia forma alla Liturgia.
Alcune riflessioni sulla formazione liturgica postconciliare [abstract] more. The present article is focused on liturgical formation in the light of the fifty-five years since the promulgation of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy Sacrosanctum Concilium. It starts by placing this problem in the context of the It starts by placing this problem in the context of the Second Vatican Council itself, to better understand the idea and the desire of the council fathers.
We do not focus on the critics of some praxis, but we pay attention to the constraints to which the liturgy itself is subjected, so that the idea of formation becomes clearer and more evident. Nicolas D. The works of Cardinal Humbert of Silva Candida, the leader of the Latin legation to Constantinople in , have been widely regarded as untrustworthy when describing elements of the liturgical rite of Constantinople in the mid-eleventh The works of Cardinal Humbert of Silva Candida, the leader of the Latin legation to Constantinople in , have been widely regarded as untrustworthy when describing elements of the liturgical rite of Constantinople in the mid-eleventh century.
Stefano Parenti, Robert F. Taft SJ in memoriam [abstract] more. Nathan P. Pilgrimage accounts provide an important witness to the intersection of time, space, and ritual within the Christian tradition. This interaction can best be seen in the accounts of pilgrims to the Holy Land. This paper looks at how time This paper looks at how time and space are ritually constructed in the Holy Land, by tracing the origins and development of the votive Masses used by Western pilgrims at the shrines.
It is argued that the rise of the votive Masses in the Holy Land is the result of the prioritization of space over time in the pilgrimage experience. More broadly, this study points to the way that shrines and other material objects that occupy space create a more maximalist ritual experience that enhances the performative nature of the liturgy, diminishing the amount of work required of the ritual.
Daniel P. We received the body of the deceased into church during a candle-lit service of Evening Prayer for the Dead, while the author served as pastor of three rural parishes in Kansas. Integrating the reception of the body into evening prayer Integrating the reception of the body into evening prayer celebrated according to the parish tradition resulted in a funeral rite whose very structure expressed a ritual fulfilment of Christian initiation and of the Easter vigil and of living the Christian vocation.
Further reflection on this rite reveals its anamnetic character, epicletic character, eschatological character and highlights theosis, which impinge on liturgy which persons actively celebrate in a particular moment and place. Celebrating liturgy with the bereaved in their vulnerability, tested whether we were celebrating liturgy personally with mourners actively engaged here and now.
Thus, this reflection concerns the relationship between liturgy and the culture in which it is celebrated. Liturgy , Liturgia , Funerals , and Liturgia catolica. Book Reviews Recensioni: "Ecclesia orans" 36 more. Liturgy and Liturgia. Studi e Ricerche. Studi e Ricerche 3. Liturgia e cultura more. Studi e Ricerche 2. EO 35 Index Indice: "Ecclesia orans" 35 more. Adnotationes: "Ecclesia orans" 35 more.
This article pursues three objectives: firstly, to analyze the Ordo ad unguendum This article pursues three objectives: firstly, to analyze the Ordo ad unguendum fratrem of this Codex, which represents an interesting example of medieval monastic practice; secondly, to offer the edition of the text as a source for further investigations; finally, to draw attention to the valuable manuscript from the beginning of the 12th century, discovered in , that has gone virtually unnoticed to liturgists and paleographers.
The study compared to other contemporary sources of the monastic field also allows establishing novel liturgical links, especially with the tradition of Figeac-Moissac. James M.