The Spirit of the Liturgy [Romano Guardini, Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Robert Sarah] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In honor of its. The Spirit of the Liturgy has ratings and 14 reviews. Steve said: Meh. This was a free e-book I found on Amazon. Previously I had read his monumental. Of all that I have to be thankful for at Thanksgiving, my Catholic faith is among those things for which I am most grateful. That is not a pious.
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As this is the book which inspired Pope Benedict to write The Spirit of the LiturgyI thought it would be a good idea to read this book along with the Holy Father’s book, however that did not happen. He briefly worked in a pastoral position before returning to Freiburg to work on his doctorate in Theology under Engelbert Krebs. That liturgy easily holds its own with the Latin Mass. Aron rated it liked it Jan 18, A short volume with countless insights.
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If he hadn’t heard it, he certainly knew of it. The book is even more hampered by the author’s complete misunderstanding of Protestantism, and why and how it operates and exists. The Spirit of the Liturgy.
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Inhe became professor at the University of Munich, where he remained until retiring for health reasons in Jan 01, Fr. Originally written inthis profound reflection on the nature of liturgical worship still stands as a guiding light for spidit renewal of worship and prayer.
I’d say for the average joe the book is a little on the difficult side being written in the early 2oth century, especially as it is a translated work, which I believe adds some slight difficulty.
The fulfillment of all these processes by the set forms of language, gesture, and instruments, their revelation, teaching, accomplishment and acceptance by the faithful, together constitute the liturgy.
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Daniel Button rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Nommangaliso Phalwane rated it really liked it Sep 05, Michel Yousef rated it it was amazing Apr 10, While reading this guareini I was drawn to how pertinent it is in the church today.
Open Preview See a Kiturgy Written early in his ordained ministerial service, Guardini’s chapter on “Playfulness” remains a classic theological reflection on the “purpose” of worship. If going to church is boring, you gotta ask yourself whether you are going to praise and glorify God, or some other reason.
Brian Wirth rated it it was amazing Jan 13, The book is divided up into different aspects of the Liturgy and seems to discuss the Liturgy more philosophically than its gyardini and parts. Maybe I’m nitpicking, but I can’t help but feel that such statements betray an institutional arrogance that even a no-doubt humble and holy man such as Guardini was unaware.
The Fellowship of the Liturgy. While there are some very good chapters and some great lines to meditate on, overall the book has too much theology and philosophy for the ordinary reader. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Originally written inthis profound reflection on the nature of liturgical worship still stands as a guiding Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Parth rated it kf liked it Jul 04, The Symbolism of the Liturgy. Philip Neri in Munich.
The foundation of beauty is truth. In limpid, even poetic terms, it clarifies the underlying lifurgy and existential implications of the belief that when Christians join in the Eucharist and other liturgical celebrations, they do so not as discrete individuals but as interconnected members of the one People of God.
May 15, John Yelverton rated it it was ok. Jul 21, Cameron Murray rated it it was amazing.
The Spirit of the Liturgy
Paperback96 pages. To ask other readers questions about The Spirit of the Liturgyplease sign up. Though this wasn’t as good as anticipated, the essay entitled, “The Playfulness of the Liturgy,” is worth the price of admission.