Ceremonie pogrzebowe w polskim prawodawstwie synodalnym przełomu XX/XXI wieku
FUNERAL CEREMONIES IN THE POLISH SYNODAL LEGISLATION ON THE TURN OF 20TH CENTURY
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The death of man always raised among people agitation. Christian approach to this breakthrough event in the life of each human being, gave rise to the need to remain in prayer, while addressing bury human remains. Both elements are combined in a ceremonial funeral. It is often, at least in the Polish reality, religious rite. In this rite Catholic Church has many forms. The selection of forms is the tradition of the region, from a religious commitment to the deceased for his age and other factors which are taken into account when determining the funeral order. The various Polish dioceses, synods by the turn of the twentieth and twenty-first century, moved to a greater or lesser extent, issues related to funeral ceremonies. Most space is devoted to comment on tasks such as pastors and families of the deceased. These issues are not recorded in the books of liturgical rite of the funeral, so meeting the practical needs of the synodal legislators. Get all the ceremonies which they pass, the determination of the celebrant and the other person liturgical sets out details of funeral ritual. A very important issue raised in the synodal rights, was to refuse the funeral. In what instances a decision should be made of the strong, though painful for the pastors, the total deprivation of a religious funeral the deceased person, in which case, you can take part in the form of reduced to only one station. It is hoped that the statement of standards of interest to use in the matter, will contribute to a more creative approach to the development of synodal law in the future. It means, in the dioceses where the synods take place or have them scheduled.
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