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torn tunic: letter of a Catholic on the liturgical reform.
First published in Italian under title: La tunica stracciata.
|Statement||Foreword by Antonio Cardinal Bacci [translated, rev., from the Italian]|
|LC Classifications||BX1970 .C335|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, x, 112 p.|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||73163697|
It turns out that the ceremony has nothing to do with left and right.  According to the rubrics, the priest reads the Gospel toward the fact, what we usually see at a Low Mass or High Mass is a compressed version of the full ceremony of a Solemn Mass, where the subdeacon chants the Epistle on the right side and the deacon, after a procession with candles, chants the Gospel on the. It brought back to mind in a powerful way the difference between our situation then and our situation now. In , one could really believe (with a tinge of youthful optimism) that the combination of a pope of restorative liturgical vision and a sympathetic prefect of the CDWDS could give traction to a long-overdue "Reform of the Reform.".
The Catholic liturgical forms, missal, breviary, pontifical, were in possession and had been in actual use for centuries. In making a liturgical reform, it was by the necessity of the case impossible that the changes made should not have reference to them, standing as they did, in the relation of terminus a quo to a terminus ad quem of reformation. Article 21 sets down the precondition for any liturgical reform-that there is in the liturgy an unchanging part, because decreed by God, and parts which can be changed, namely those which in the course of time have intruded in an improper way or have proven less appropriate. , every Roman Catholic liturgical reform should rather increase.
By Randy Engel. Introduction. February 23 rd on the traditional Roman Catholic calendar is the feast day of one of the greatest saints in the Church, Saint Peter Damian ( – ), an Italian Benedictine monk and hermit, Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia, a precursor of the Hildebrandine reform in the Church, a key figure in the moral and spiritual reformation of the lax and incontinent clergy of. Liturgical reform and renewal. The first requirement of every Eastern liturgical renewal, as is also the case for liturgical reform in the West, is that of rediscovering full fidelity to their own liturgical traditions, benefiting from their riches and eliminating that which has altered their authenticity.
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The torn tunic: Letter of a Catholic on the liturgical reformAuthor: Tito Casini. The torn tunic: letter of a Catholic on the "liturgical reform" by Tito Casini,Britons edition, in EnglishPages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published in Italian under title: La tunica stracciata.
Description: , x, pages 22 cm. [La tunica stracciata.] The torn tunic. Letter of a Catholic on the "liturgical reform", etc. [Translated by R. Anderson.]. Torn Tunic by Tito Casini,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Author of The torn tunic: letter of a Catholic on the "liturgical reform", Ricorso a Maria, Sant'Andrea Corsini, Nel fumo di Satana, Nel nostro piccolo paese, The last mass of.
I believe Tito Casini () had few books translated into English: "The Torn Tunic" is probably the one which became better known in English-speaking countries. The text itself was translated by me from his book "Nel fumo di Satana" ("In the smoke of Satan"), published exactly 30 years ago, and which caused great commotion in Italy and in.
Seamless Tunic. In John’s passion narrative, he goes beyond just mentioning the soldiers dividing Jesus’ garments among themselves, and mentions a seamless tunic that was not torn in verse This tunic was recognized as being valuable by the soldiers.
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In Italy the hard-hitting criticism The Torn Tunic (), by the high-profile lay writer Tito Casini, with a prologue by Cardinal Bacci, made a sensation. Slowly more and more growing lay groups, to which many intellectuals of high standing belonged, organized themselves into national movements, above all in Europe and North America, and were.
The Torn Tunic by Tito Casini, with a foreword by Antonio Cardinal Bacci. A book / letter written in response to liturgical reform. Published by Fidelity Books, The prominent Italian Catholic literary figure Tito Casini went further inpublishing the provocative tract La tunica stracciata (“The Torn Tunic”), with a preface by a curial cardinal.
He virulently took to task the cardinal charged with implementing the reform, Giacomo Lercaro, for. The Book of Nehemiah records that when the Jews returned from exile in Babylon, they were renewed in their identity as God’s people precisely by the liturgical proclamation and explanation of God’s word: the Levites “read from the book, from the Law of God, clearly, and they gave the sense, so that the people understood the reading.
While the eighth plenary was meeting a book was published entitiled La tunica stracciata: Lettera di un cattolico sulla ‘Riforma liturgica’ (“The Shredded Tunic: A Letter from a Catholic on the Liturgical Reform”). The volume, written by Tito Casino was a harsh attack on the work of the Consilium and especially on Cardinal Lercaro, to.
When we look back a half-century later at this monstrous masterpiece of liturgical reform—and, He still seems to be smarting under the lash of Tito Casini’s book The Torn Tunic, in which that popular Italian author attacked the introduction of the In his book The Two Catholic Churches: A Study in Oppression (SCM.
The archbishop's work on liturgical reform, however, brought controversy on him through the publication in February of The Torn Tunic, Letter from a Catholic on the 'Liturgical Reform' by Tito Casini, an angry conservative.
Wrote Inés San Martin in Crux Now, “By ‘liturgical reform,’ Pope Francis meant the changes in Catholic rituals and modes of worship which followed from Vatican II, the most immediately visible elements of which included Mass facing the congregation, the use of vernacular languages, and a stronger emphasis on the ‘full, conscious and.
The Objectivity of Catholic Liturgical Tradition As the decades have rolled on the statistics have increasingly confirmed that the motivations for a liturgical reform could write a book .Preparing for a Shift in the Liturgical Year. Originally written forupdated for The Church is nearing the end of the Easter season.The Catholic liturgical forms, missal, breviary, pontifical, were in possession and had been in actual use for centuries.
In making a liturgical reform, it was by the necessity of the case impossible that the changes made should not have reference to them, standing, as they did, in the relation of a terminus a quo to a terminus ad quem of.