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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From a June 2015 international conference of the International Reformed Theology Institute held in New Brunswick, US, 14 papers explore links between liturgy and ethics in terms of liturgy as ethics, liturgy in practices, and liturgy and cultures.
8) Rather than being merely cosmetic, Vatican II's changes to established worship patterns instigated a profound "rethinking of ecclesiology," (9) which has proven problematic to those intent on emphasizing the unchanging nature of the Christian tradition and its liturgy.
A Catholic publisher in France will shoulder the printing of the official liturgy book for the papal visit, with French Catholics paying for the printing through donations.
The book has nine chapters, which address the topics of the history and culture of liturgy, the principal order of service, keeping time and the church year, life passages, the arts in liturgy, and participation in liturgy.
Fifty years after that document was approved on December 4, 1963, parish liturgy in the United States has taken many twists and turns, from rainbow banners to guitar Masses to a swing back to incense, Latin, and chanting.
Languages vary; while the Ruthenian recension's editio typica books are all in Church Slavonic, in Canada the Ukrainian Catholic Divine Liturgy is regularly prayed in Ukrainian, Rusyn, English, and French.
The veritatis splendor, which the liturgy reveals is Jesus Christ himself, who is the living revelation and icon of the Father's love.
Catherine Madsen has brought up important issues regarding a renaissance of Jewish liturgy in liberal Jewish communities of the twenty-first century.
Fota International Liturgy Conference (1st: 2008: Cork, Ireland) Ed.
In your Worship and Liturgy special section (NCR, July 23), Pat Marrin reviewed The Genius of the Roman Rite by Fr.
Yet I was disappointed that Bill Wylie-Kellermann's newly reprinted Seasons of Faith and Conscience: Kairos, Confession, Liturgy was not among the recommendations.
CHAMPAGNE CORKS popped around the Catholic world this summer in celebration of Pope Benedict XVI's liberation of the Church's traditional liturgy, which was all but abandoned in the wake of the "reformed" version that followed Vatican II.
The Anti-Defamation League endorsed a call by 12 Orthodox Church priests to excise anti-Semitic passages from its liturgy.
It is difficult not to compare this new survey with the 1932 Liturgy and Worship (L&W), which served as a basic textbook for generations of theological students.
These questions seem to imply an understanding according to which mission-shaped liturgy is one that is shaped primarily by the context, in other words by the needs and expectations of our contemporaries.