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Some artistic aspects of Catholic liturgial reform

Michael Edward De Sanctis

Some artistic aspects of Catholic liturgial reform

a comparative study of the influence of Vatican Council II on the music and architecture of the liturgy [microform].

by Michael Edward De Sanctis

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, MI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Liturgy.,
  • Church architecture.,
  • Church music -- Catholic Church.

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    Pagination3 microfiches :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17262832M

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Some artistic aspects of Catholic liturgial reform by Michael Edward De Sanctis Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book Cardinal Ratzinger made famous “Klaus Gamber’s book, The Reform of the Roman Liturgy, was and is a publishing event, one of the most significant in the Catholic world in a generation.”—Thomas E. Woods Jr.,The American Conservative.

Continues Dr. Woods: “It sent shock waves throughout Europe when it first appeared there 16 years ago, and its appearance here during. The Book of Nehemiah records that when the Jews returned from exile in Babylon, they were renewed in their identity as God’s people precisely by the liturgical proclamation and explanation of God’s word: the Levites “read from the book, from the Law of God, clearly, and they gave the sense, so that the people understood the reading.

Aspects of the theology of the Liturgy were taken up again in Lumen Gentium and Dei Verbum, and the area of liturgical theology has been the subject of serious reflection in the last forty years.

The greatest magisterial development of this issue, however, can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

As the wellspring of the Church’s activity, liturgical reform must be taken seriously. All regulation of the liturgy passes through the magisterial authority of the Catholic Church.

“Therefore no other person, not even a priest, may add remove, or change anything in the liturgy on his own authority,” state the Council Fathers (SC art.

22). The Catholic Church has always seen art as an integral part of its liturgical worship and recognized the power of Beauty to evangelize. The visual Some artistic aspects of Catholic liturgial reform book flow from the wellspring of the Sacred Liturgy, and both the Church and her artists flourish when this is understood and : Shawn Tribe.

This book has helped lead me toward a greater understanding of "how we got where we are" and what exists today in regards to the "people behind the liturgy".

Kocik, like myself a "reform of the reform" theologian, presents ALL sides equally and well. I recommend this book for anyone desiring a look into the history and future of Catholic s: 5.

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The "problems and background" of this pernicious liturgical disorder caused by the modern liturgical rite is the thesis of the book, The Reform of.

Shop for liturgical books including lectionaries, missals, mass guides, sacramental resources, booklets for specific rites, rituals, and blessings, and even Liturgy of the Hours. Some.

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As the wellspring of the Church’s activity, liturgical reform must be taken seriously. All regulation of the liturgy passes through the magisterial authority of the Catholic Church.

“Therefore no other person, not even a priest, may add remove, or change anything in the liturgy on his own authority,” state the Council Fathers (SC art. 22). The practical aspects of the directions set forth in the Constitution were carried out in the revision of the various sacramental and non-sacramental rites.

These were published in new Ritual Books, the most significant and far-reaching was the second edition of the Roman Missal.

Promulgated inand revised in part inthis. Catholic Book Publishing Corp. is proud of its unique history and long-standing commitment to the publication of timely and timeless Catholic resources.

Art & Liturgy: the Splendor of Faith In this article, H. Reed Armstrong contends that the role of art in worship ought to be more seriously considered in the ongoing debate surrounding liturgical.

Pope John Paul thus set in motion a plan to get the liturgy back on course a new liturgical reform. The phrase "new liturgical movement" was used by then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger in his memoir, Milestones.

Here is the relevant section, in which we can hear echoes of the criticisms by earlier popes of the failures of the liturgical reform.

The primary reforms that influenced how Liturgy was carried out in Catholic schools included; full, active and conscious participation, inculturation, renewal of Liturgical books, music, art and artefacts of Liturgy, education and acknowledging Liturgy as the “summit and source” of.

Unrecognized in most studies, the Orthodox Churches were also active participants in the liturgical movement that gained momentum through the Catholic and Protestant Churches in the twentieth century.

This study examines Orthodox liturgical reform after Vatican II through the lens of Catholic-Orthodox ecumenical dialogue. The liturgical movement spread beyond the Roman Catholic Church and led to the reform of the books and forms of worship of many churches during the later twentieth century, including the Anglican Communion and the Episcopal Church.

The Anglican Communion began to feel the influence of the liturgical movement in the s and s. The wide-ranging liturgical reform that took place in the Catholic Church predominantly between the years and was, indeed, like Hamlet, a complicated business, involving hundreds of bishops and experts, several popes, an ecumenical council, and countless publications, but at the center of it stood “one plain tragic figure of a man.

An icon of the Presentation of Mary, with St Catherine on the far left.(Greek, 18th century). In the Byzantine Rite, the Entrance of the Virgin in the Temple is one of the twelve Great Feasts, most of which are kept with both a Forefeast and Afterfeast, broadly the equivalent of a vigil and octave in the traditional Roman Rite.

The Liturgical Movement began as a 19th-century movement of scholarship for the reform of worship within the Roman Catholic has developed over the last century and a half and has affected many other Christian churches, including the Church of England and other churches of the Anglican Communion, and some Protestant churches.

A similar reform in the Church of England and Anglican. The earliest traces of the liturgical drama are found in manuscripts dating from the 10th century. Its genesis may perhaps be found in the chant “Quem quaeritis” (“Whom do you seek”), a trope to the Introit of the Easter Regularis concordia (midth century), Aethelwold, bishop of Winchester described in some detail the manner in which the “Quem quaeritis” trope was.

On JanuHomiletic & Pastoral Review published an article by Dr. Mary Healy entitled “The Gift of the Liturgical Reform.”The author seems oddly unaware of what is known about the history of the liturgy and its governing principles, the genesis of the Novus Ordo Missae, and the scholarly considerations of those who maintain that it does not effect the reforms requested by.

The liturgical books of the Roman Rite are the official books containing the words to be recited and the actions to be performed in the celebration of Catholic liturgy as done in Roman Rite of the Latin or Western Church of the Catholic Church is the most widely celebrated of the scores of Catholic liturgical titles of some of these books contain the adjective "Roman", e.g.

If liturgical awareness begins about age six, only those of us fifty years and older remember the Latin Mass, which preceded the introduction of the Novus Ordo in November This introduction, over 40 years ago, would seem to be the major change in the celebration of the liturgy in the past one hundred years.

Changes in Liturgical Discipline Read More». Some (including the Society of St Pius X) simply adopted the last set of liturgical books in use before the Council, others used earlier versions before the reforms of Pope Pius XII.

vi THE PROBLEM OF THE LITURGICAL REFORM ABBREVIATIONS USED BAC Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos, Madrid. CCC Catechism of the Catholic Church, (The Wanderer Press, ).

DC La Documentation catholique, journal of a Catholic news service, Bayard Press. DS Denzinger-Schönmetzer, Enchiridion Symbolorum Definitionum et Declarationum de Rebus Fidei et Morum, 36th.

This lesson explores some of the differing beliefs among Protestant and Catholic reformers. The Protestant Reformation The 16th century was a time of major change for the Catholic Church. At the end of the priest’s chant of the Pater noster the choir responds with Sed libera nos a malo.

The sub-deacon chants the Epistle, the deacon the respective responses (Deo Gratias and Laus tibi Christe) are merely to be said by the ministers of the Mass, and are not to be sung or recited by the is clear from the fact that the “Roman Gradual” does not assign any.

St. Paul VI had promulgated the new Roman Missal eight months earlier, but, by the time the First Sunday of Advent came around, the new liturgical books.

For Catholics, the liturgical calendar marks the Church year, a sequence of seasons and feasts celebrated in the liturgy during a year’s time.

The liturgical calendar’s purpose is to celebrate and understand the mystery of Jesus Christ and the expectation of his return in glory. The resultant product (we may even say “products”, for the same reality is more or less true mutatis mutandis of the reform of the other liturgical books) betray a self-conscious desire to.

Many Council fathers hoped for a liturgical reform that would put an end to the pre-conciliar practice of vernacular hymnody dominating the Mass. They wanted to. Liturgical Editions. Catholic Book Publishing is proud to offer the most popular line in liturgical publishing. For decades, liturgical editions from Catholic Book Publishing have been preferred by priests, deacons, and lectors for their beauty, durability, easy-to-read typeface, and user-friendly layout.

The liturgical reform of the Second Vatican Council is very much a live issue. Michael Davies, for whom this issue was a cause, is a straight-shooter.

His numerous works on the liturgical reform that followed it are relentless in their exposition of the nature and causes dissolution that Reviews: Forthcoming titles planned for this series include: the Eucharist, history, art, and philosophy. Book Summary. In Being Catholic: What Every Catholic Should Know, Suzie Andres focuses on Catholic customs, traditions, and practices that are in danger of being forgotten but which have been, for centuries, the joy of Catholics to remember.

Topics. Some have received the new books with a certain indifference, or without trying to understand or help others to understand the reasons for the changes; others, unfortunately, have turned back in a one-sided and exclusive way to the previous liturgical forms which some of them consider to be the sole guarantee of certainty in faith.

LITURGICAL MOVEMENT, I: CATHOLIC Grounded in the theology of the mystical body of christ, the Liturgical Movement aimed at recovering full and active liturgical participation for all members of the Church.

This part treats the Movement's origin, purpose, and history within the Catholic Church. Source for information on Liturgical Movement, I: Catholic: New Catholic Encyclopedia dictionary.

Traditionalist Catholicism is a set of religious beliefs and practices comprising customs, traditions, liturgical forms, public and private, individual and collective devotions, and presentations of Catholic Church teachings that were in vogue in the decades that immediately preceded the Second Vatican Council (–65).

It is associated in particular with attachment to the – form. Christianity - Christianity - The early liturgy, the calendar, and the arts: St. Paul’s letters mention worship on the first day of the week.

In John’s Apocalypse, Sunday is called “the Lord’s day.” The weekly commemoration of the Resurrection replaced for Christians the synagogue meetings on Saturdays; the practice of circumcision was dropped, and initiation was by baptism; and. In addition, a number of other Christian churches produced liturgical books that had a remarkable resemblance to the shape and content of the Roman Catholic reform.

Francis has not been shy in efforts to reform the church and has tread on some of its most delicate subjects, from challenging the Roman bureaucracy that runs the .Catholic World News News Feature Vatican liturgical official makes new plea for 'reform of the reform' Febru A key Vatican official has called for "bold and courageous" decisions to.