Katalikų Bažnyčios kalendorinių švenčių įkultūrinimo Lietuvoje klausimu

Direct Link:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Katalikų Bažnyčios kalendorinių švenčių įkultūrinimo Lietuvoje klausimu
Alternative Title:
Catholic Church calendar festivals in Lithuania: question of embodiment
In the Journal:
Tradicija ir dabartis. 2011, 6, p. 46-58
Įkultūrinimas; Katalikai. Katalikų bažnyčia / Catholics. Catholic Church.
Summary / Abstract:

LTŠiandien Lietuva religijos išpažinimo kontekste didesniąją dalimi yra katalikiškas kraštas, tačiau diskutuojama Katalikų Bažnyčios kalendorinių švenčių įkultūrinimo Lietuvoje klausimu. Atsakymas į klausimą būtų toks - Lietuvoje Katalikų Bažnyčios ir ikikrikščioniškose kalendorinėse šventėse, turinčiose sąlyčių, krikščioniško tikėjimo turinio išraiška atsiskleidžia vietinėmis etninėmis formomis, arba įkultūrinimu. [Iš leidinio]

ENToday Lithuania is a major part of the faithful Catholic country; it occasionally goes back to the debate on the Pre-Christian and Catholic holiday's junction: what should be celebrated, and what are their priorities? The Catholic Church's faith in the light of truth and we will try to briefly explore the issue. The Catholic Church's calendar holiday concept lies in the content of the liturgy, where it is called the liturgical year. Liturgical Year - a celebration of Jesus Christ, salvation by works mention church calendar year. In addition, it referred to Mary's life and the Mysteries of the martyrs and saints, the birth date of heaven (the holy natalitia). During the liturgical celebrations the church teaches its members to repentance and mercy. Among these days justifies the angels and All Souls' Day celebrations. Beginning of the liturgical year is taken to follow the old world and the Hebrew model, hut it introduces a Christian church requires an understanding of the amendment: the liturgical year begins at the beginning of the winter celebration of redemption waiting - the night before the first Sunday of Advent, which is between 27 November and 3 December. Lithuania has been studied and celebrated in Catholic pre-Christian celebrations, with possible link-ups. It is time for Christmas, Easter, Pentecost, St. John (Dew), Blessed Virgin Mary of the Assumption (Assumption), and All Souls' Day (longing).The research showed that results. The Christian worldview Christmas Eve is the Son of God as a person coming into the earth waiting time does not have anything to do with the pre-Christian nature worship. Christmas Eve with the ancient Christian faith can only relative share prayers for the dead and the ritual meal eating. The Christmas holidays and the Romans, and white is unbeaten in the Sun and solstice embodiment consequence. Pre-Christian worship of the natural wake-term synonymous with God's Son Jesus Christ, the Resurrection, not as a human. These are two different worldviews festival celebrated at the same time. The day of Pentecost the Church does not exclude the birch symbol of the church altar is decorated with branches of the churchyard gate, but the holiday has nothing to do pre-Christian worldview Birch worship, besides the dates match. It is celebrated simultaneously in two different worldviews holidays. St. John the Baptist's birthday celebrations coincided with the date simply Dew holiday times and the exchange turned into a Feast of St. John. The two celebrations are linked or just symbolism of water, St. M. Mary's Assumption into heaven is a joint celebration of Eastern and Western Churches, along with general and pre-Christian holiday called "grass". This embodiment has the consequence. All Souls' Day - christianized pre-Christian celebrations relic. Looking to the substance can be seen that mentioned in the Catholic Church in calendar and pre-Christian celebrations in Lithuania, each with a contact, the content of the expression of the Christian faith revealed in the local forms of ethnic or embodiment. [From the publication]

Related Publications:
2018-12-17 13:07:00
Views: 21    Downloads: 7