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Re-thinking, Re-making, Re-living Christian Origins

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    0489069 - ÚDU 2019 RIV IT eng M - Část monografie knihy
    Klípa, Jan
    Finding Future in the Past? Liturgical Reform after the Second Vatican Council and Liturgical Space.
    Re-thinking, Re-making, Re-living Christian Origins. Roma: Viella, 2018 - (Foletti, I.; Gianandrea, M.; Romano, S.; Scirocco, E.), s. 365-391. Études lausannoises d'histoire de l'art, 27. ISBN 978-88-6728-913-4
    Institucionální podpora: RVO:68378033
    Klíčová slova: liturgical reform * Second Vatican Council * liturgical space
    Obor OECD: Architectural design

    The Second Vatican Council brought the most significant liturgical reform in the history of Catholic Church, together with a fundamental change in self-understanding of the Church – in other words a fundamental change of the ecclesiology. Since the churches and their forms were throughout the history conformed to the requirements of the liturgy (and liturgy at any time simultaneously reflected the contemporary predominant ecclesiology), reforms and changes of the emphases of the Second Vatican Council inevitably provoked responses in the religious architecture. Within the debate which ran the most heavily in the German-speaking countries but affected also France and Italy, the contents of the basic ground plan forms – longitudinal (i.e. basilical) and central – were thoughtfully studied and ritualists and architects tested the compatibility of these forms with reformed liturgy and the post-conciliar ecclesiological accents. Especially in German-speaking environment one could build on the pioneering debate associated with architects from the circle of the Liturgical Movement at the beginning of the 20th century, and from the interwar period. Gradually, in context of this discussion – running parallel with „building boom“ in the field of church architecture – the concept of bipolar liturgical space crystallized. In this solution there are two tables erected in the focal points of elliptical space. Around this tables – the table of the Word and the table of Eucharist – the community of believers assembles.
    This architectural solution has its historical precursors, which nevertheless have to be looked for at specific building types or peripheral regions. In the family tree of the bipolar arrangement there can be placed basilicas in Syria, canonical or monastic choirs and some younger pilgrimage churches. Also the basic character of the reformed liturgy to which the bipolar solution generates appropriate conditions – dynamics, movement and involvement of the entire assembly – has historical parallels in stationary and processionary worship of Christian antiquity.
    Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0286950

     
     
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