Liturgical Renewal as a Way to Christian Unity

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Liturgical Press, 2005 - 232 sayfa
Since Vatican II, the Catholic Church and Christian churches overall have undergone a liturgical renewal. In Liturgical Renewal as a Way to Christian Unity, Fr. James F. Puglisi explores the questions of whether these renewals have anything in common, and whether they bring the different churches and ecclesial communions into contact. A compilation of essays from experts within their own traditions, Liturgical Renewal as a Way to Christian Unity not only explores these questions but also brings to light the great strides Christian churches have made toward the unity of the church. The authors share the knowledge, experience, and pain they encountered as they led their own traditions to a renewed liturgical experience and a closer unity. Discussing worship and ecumenism, two aspects of church life not often articulated together, Liturgical Renewal as a Way to Christian Unity is a unique and insightful resource for anyone interested in their practical interaction.
 

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Praying Together
21
The Ecumenical Scope of Methodist Liturgical Revision
35
Unity at the Table
61
Liturgical Renewal Separated Sisters and Christian Unity
71
Principles in Lutheran Liturgical Renewal
87
Christian Unity and Christian Diversity Lessons from Liturgical
101
Protestant LiturgiesA Building Site
127
The Ecumenical Liturgies Celebrated by the Holy Father in Rome
147
Mass Without the Consecration? The Historic Agreement on
199
Appendix
225
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