Holy Preaching, The

Holy Preaching, The

by Paul Janowiak
     
 

ISBN-10: 0814661807

ISBN-13: 9780814661802

Pub. Date: 01/01/2000

Publisher: Liturgical Press, The

In acknowledging a fourfold presence of Christ in the liturgy, Vatican II reappropriated the sacramental and liturgical foundations of worship. The Holy Preaching explores the theological and pastoral underpinnings of this shift in ritual imagination and applies them to the dynamic nature of liturgical proclamation and preaching.

Overview

In acknowledging a fourfold presence of Christ in the liturgy, Vatican II reappropriated the sacramental and liturgical foundations of worship. The Holy Preaching explores the theological and pastoral underpinnings of this shift in ritual imagination and applies them to the dynamic nature of liturgical proclamation and preaching.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780814661802
Publisher:
Liturgical Press, The
Publication date:
01/01/2000
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

Table of Contents

Forewordix
Prologuexiii
Part I
Chapter 1Worship and the Mystery of God's Action in the World3
From Liturgical Movement to Liturgical Reform: 1909-19696
Theological Issues and Liturgical Renewal in the Mid-Twentieth Century11
Chapter 2The Church as Totus Christus: A Renewal of Sacramentality and Proclamation19
Semmelroth: Word and Sacrament as Indispensable Expressions of the Nature of the Church20
Rahner: The Church as the Abiding Presence of Christ, the Primal Sacramental Word of God27
Schillebeeckx: Sacramentality as a Human, Personal Encounter with the Risen Christ44
Part II
Chapter 3The Dynamism of the Liturgy of the Word as a Sacramental Event: Insights from New Historicism on the Text and Its Context67
Liturgical Proclamation as a Complex Interchange of Grace67
New Historicism: The Event as a Social Text and the Literary Text as a Social Event71
Chapter 4Reader-Response Criticism and the Liturgical Assembly as Communitas Verbi129
The Shift from a Dynamic Text to the Reading Process as a Way of Understanding the Sacramental Characteristics of Proclamation129
The Reader "Reading" as the Chosen Focus in the Interrelationship between Text, Reader, and Context132
Chapter 5The Holy Preaching: A Sacramentality of the Word as "Fulfilled in Our Hearing"161
The Possibility of a Next Step: Taking Luther and Calvin as a Primary Source for a Richer Understanding of the Sacramentality of Proclamation in the Roman Catholic Liturgical Tradition178
"The Holy Preaching": The Sacramentality of the Word and the Mission of the Church183
Bibliography189
Index199

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