Introduction to liturgy WT-DTE-LF
The essential content: 1. Hebraic liturgy and relation to christian liturgy. 2. Church's early tradition of liturgy. 3. Families of eastern liturgies. 4. Western rituals. 5. History of liturgy to XVIII century. 6. Liturgical movement. 7. The history of liturgy in Poland. 8. Liturgy in"Mediator Dei". 9. Liturgy according Vaticanum II and "The Catechism of Catholic Church". 10. Liturgy as paschal mystery. 11. Liturgy as Church's worship. 12. Ways of Christ's presence in liturgy. 13. Triple norm of liturgy. 14. Liturgical forms and forms beyond liturgy. 15. Ordinals.
(in Polish) E-Learning
(in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych
Learning outcome code/codes
Type of subject
EK1 - student systematise its theological knowledge in liturgical aspect (TMA_W07);
EK2 - student is able to find and evaluate liturgical sources and verify theological locations (TMA_U01); student is able to analyze the liturgical text, its biblical, historical and cultural dimensions (TMA_U02); student can independently acquire knowledge and broaden research skills as a theologian (TMA_U05)
EK3 - student sees the need for personal development and evaluates the offered by the liturgy possibilities (TMA_K02)
(2) lack of basic theological knowledge of the liturgy
(3) knowledge of the basic ideas of the liturgy
(4) the student has a good theological orientation in terms of liturgy
(5) the student accurately describes the main ideas of the liturgy including its theological sources and places
- there is a possibility of a written exam
B. Nadolski, Wprowadzenie do liturgii, Kraków 2004.
M. Kunzler, Liturgia Kościoła, Poznań 1999.
J. Kopoeć, H. Sobeczko (red.), Misterium liturgii w Katechizmie Kościoła Katolockiego, Opole 1995.
Pius XII, Mediator Dei et hominum
Konstytucja o liturgii świętej "Sacrosanctum concilium", w: Sobór Watykański II. Konstytucje - Dekrety - Deklaracje, Poznań 2002.
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