Liturgy


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a formal act or set of acts prescribed by ritual

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a rite or body of rites prescribed for public worship

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While the question of organic growth of the liturgy can be (and has been) addressed using the methods of comparative liturgiology and historical-critical approaches, (13) this article uses the tools of analogical theology to explore the process of liturgical change as described analogically in SC no.
Introduction to Christian Liturgy would be very useful as a basic textbook, in an adult forum, or for church musicians, other worship leaders, and lay folk who would like to deepen their understanding of worship.
John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota, the most important aspect of good liturgy is deep spirituality on the part of the people.
This is why the true transfiguration of culture begins with a rebeautification of the Liturgy through an authentic "reform of the reform.
She also knows that when liturgy is done only as rote with no passion, as we often see in Orthodoxy, it can be deadly boring and spiritually vacuous.
Academic theologians and historians, and some pretty high officials of the Catholic Church, discuss changes in the liturgy the new pope has introduced, and trace some elements back to his earlier writing as Joseph Ratzinger.
Yet reflecting on the nature of our liturgy should be more than arguments over mimicry, focusing on which of our practices best conform to, or evolve from, the most correct reading of church history.
The Latin is gone; the sacred liturgy has been transformed; a banal English is the lingua franca of the new American Church; many of the new churches look on the inside like assembly halls, college classrooms, or off-Broadway theaters.
Stein's knowledge of the liturgy and his rhythm impressed Warshaw when the one-time children's album Grammy nominee joined the temple in July 2000.
From this starting point, Bedingfield sets out the three main aspects of Anglo-Saxon liturgy which his study aims to demonstrate: that it promoted identification with biblical figures, highlighted participatory elements, and--especially through preaching in the vernacular--enabled conscious participation by the congregation in the re-enactment of ceremonies and events.
The Women's Liturgy Movement--a Place of Healing Experiences for Women
My treatment, while it is implicitly relevant to the broader linguistic shift, including its manifestation in scriptural translation, focuses on a less well-known but historically crucial instance of change -- the 1549 publication of a mandatory and nationally-uniform English liturgy in the Book of Common Prayer.
Her transcription is meticulously notated, allowing the reader to see countless nuances of tuning, intonation, and ornamentation in the rendering of the liturgy.
The authors we are considering contend that liturgy, as the action of a people, is a powerful source of unity.
During the summer months, the Basilica Collegium Choir, under the direction of Andrew McShane, will provide the summer liturgy music.