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The private eucharistic prayers in post-conciliar liturgical renewal. Theological and liturgical study

Maciej Przybylak

Abstract

The analysis of the anaphoras of the Eastern Church traditions as well as the canons of Western Church rites has constantly been a subject of liturgical research. Liturgical renewal initiated by II Vatican Council was another impulsion to undertake this kind of investigation due to the fact that some stipulated to introduce adapted anaphoras derived from Eastern Churches as well as new texts, which were a sign of the particular Churches creativity, to the renewed liturgy. Under such circumstances, private, unauthorized Eucharistic prayers were created and became a liturgical phenomenon in many countries, especially in western Europe. Due to the general unfamiliarity of such kind of liturgical texts in Poland, the thesis presents the analysis of private origin canons, in order to show the important period of post-conciliar liturgical renewal of local Churches, particularly in western Europe and also to indirectly underline the harmfulness of falsely understood liturgical creativity. The phenomenon of private origin anaphoras started after the II Vatican Council. The first publication of unauthorized canon took place in the Netherlands as early as in 1966. The aim of the thesis was to present the phenomenon of private Eucharistic prayers created mainly in western countries, through showing the origin and the history of the liturgical phenomenon as well as the analysis aiming to show numerous positive and negative aspects of the euchologic texts.
Record ID
UAM2b05d12dce744ab3b7850e68d3eb33ac
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Maciej Przybylak Maciej Przybylak,, Undefined Affiliation
Title in Polish
Prywatne modlitwy eucharystyczne w posoborowej odnowie liturgicznej. Studium teologicznoliturgiczne
Title in English
The private eucharistic prayers in post-conciliar liturgical renewal. Theological and liturgical study
Language
pol (pl) Polish
Certifying Unit
Faculty of Theology (SNH/WyT/FoT) [Not active]
Discipline
theology / (humanities)
Status
Finished
Year of creation
2015
Start date
28-12-2015
Defense Date
28-12-2015
Title date
28-12-2015
Supervisor
Kazimierz Lijka Kazimierz Lijka,, Wydział Teologiczny [nowa struktura organizacyjna] (SNH/WyT)Szkoła Nauk Humanistycznych [nowa struktura organizacyjna] (SNH)
URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10593/14101 Opening in a new tab
Keywords in English
Eucharistic prayer; anaphora Oosterhuis; liturgical creativity
Abstract in English
The analysis of the anaphoras of the Eastern Church traditions as well as the canons of Western Church rites has constantly been a subject of liturgical research. Liturgical renewal initiated by II Vatican Council was another impulsion to undertake this kind of investigation due to the fact that some stipulated to introduce adapted anaphoras derived from Eastern Churches as well as new texts, which were a sign of the particular Churches creativity, to the renewed liturgy. Under such circumstances, private, unauthorized Eucharistic prayers were created and became a liturgical phenomenon in many countries, especially in western Europe. Due to the general unfamiliarity of such kind of liturgical texts in Poland, the thesis presents the analysis of private origin canons, in order to show the important period of post-conciliar liturgical renewal of local Churches, particularly in western Europe and also to indirectly underline the harmfulness of falsely understood liturgical creativity. The phenomenon of private origin anaphoras started after the II Vatican Council. The first publication of unauthorized canon took place in the Netherlands as early as in 1966. The aim of the thesis was to present the phenomenon of private Eucharistic prayers created mainly in western countries, through showing the origin and the history of the liturgical phenomenon as well as the analysis aiming to show numerous positive and negative aspects of the euchologic texts.

Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/phd/UAM2b05d12dce744ab3b7850e68d3eb33ac/
URN
urn:amu-prod:UAM2b05d12dce744ab3b7850e68d3eb33ac

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