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Content available remote Prolegomena k reflexi současné praxe svátosti biřmování
The contemporary practice of administering the sacrament of confirmation in the case of baptism of non-adults constitutes a problem from the point of view of theology of liturgy, for the three sacraments of initiation are spread out over a long period of time, and the Eucharist can be received also by those who have not been confirmed so far. This study draws attention to the causes of this situation and offers incentives to the solution by emphasizing the importance of the unity of initiation liturgy.
Content available remote Benedictio nuptialis Slavnostní modlitba nad manžely ve svatebních obřadech
An important element of the rite of marriage is the solemn nuptial blessing over the married couple (benedictio nuptialis). This study brings attention to it and emphasizes its significance. In view of the analysis of the liturgical book 'Ordo celebrandi matrimonium' (1991), the author evaluates the place of this prayer both in the ceremony without Mass and in the ceremony during the Mass, and, on the basis of historical and theological arguments, he proposes an alternative solution.
One part of the liturgical texts for the nuptial mass in the Gregorian-Hadrianic sacramentary (named here Oratio ad sponsas velandas) is also a ceremonial prayer over the bride. For centuries this was the only prayer of the nuptial blessings in the Roman liturgy. During the last reform of the liturgy of nuptial rites (1969, 1991) this part was adapted and changed. This study evaluates this process.
Content available remote Nejstarší římské Ordo defunctorum v pohledu paradigmatu rites de passage
The oldest description of the Roman liturgy can be found in texts which were published in the middle of the twentieth century under the title 'Ordines romani' (ed. by M. Andrieu). These early medieval writings provide data on the course of the ceremonies (rubrics), and sometimes they also give incipits of the liturgical texts. The oldest description of the funeral ceremony in the Roman liturgy is contained in a manuscript from the 7th or 8th century, which was published under the title 'Ordo Romanus XLIX'. Here we can find rites for the time of dying (viaticum, the Passion), for the procession to the church (the singing of Psalms), and for the service in the church (vigil, readings). Because of the fragmentary character of the text, the ceremony in the cemetery is lacking. The rites, which are characterized by ancient Christian simplicity, accompany the human being in the last phase of his or her life journey: from the process of dying to the grave. Since Christian faith understands this situation as a transition from death to life, the ceremonies have a character of transitional rituals (rites de passages). The study is a commentary on the short text of 'Ordo XLIX', just from this perspective.
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