With the exception perhaps of the "Hymn to Ares" (viii), no item in the collection can be regarded as either devotional or liturgical
Thus far these compositions are called Liturgical
Plays, because they formed, in general, a part of the church service (liturgy).
Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Liturgical
In an introductory essay, Berger outlines the structure of the book and sketches the arguments for using the concept of migration as an interpretive lens with which to explore historical and contemporary liturgical
WASHINGTON * For those who think the movement to reform Catholic liturgical
practices started early in the 20th century, Jesuit Fr.
law prescribes that only men can be chosen for that rite.
A context for such a theological language is found in liturgy, where the full content of liturgical
performance is not communicated by words alone, but is both formed and enacted ritually, through physical gesture, vocalization, repetition, and an engaged involvement of the person acting in time.
In the first, Pastor #1, in a short column in The Lutheran, (1) as part of his attempt to give a greater emphasis to Pentecost as one of the three great but neglected festival days on the liturgical
calendar, described his own practice of creating an actual season of preparation for Pentecost in his parish, which he calls "Prepent," This season of prepararion begins on the Sunday before Pentecost ("Prepent Sunday"), i.
Thanks to the ecumenical movement, the liturgical
movement can be described without polemics.
This question mattered to us since we have both been involved in liturgical
dance since childhood.
Her interpretation is based on the assumption that the chapel's program was informed by standard liturgical
texts and themes, particularly those associated with the Lenten season.
From the outset one has the impression that Biliniewicz will be arguing on behalf of the liturgical
positions favored by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI.