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Teologia niedzieli w ujęciu Johannesa Pinska na tle listu apostolskiego Dies Domini Jana Pawła II


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Theology of Johannes Pinsk and sunday apostolic letter Dies Domini bl. John Paul lI

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In the implementation of the liturgical renewal more often we turn to the prereflection on the liturgy in an effort to show the continuation of thinking about the renewal of the liturgy before and after Vatican II. For the pre-theologians, the idea ahead of its time, and their thoughts and proposals found in the subsequent magisterium is priest. prof. Johannes Pinsk (1891–1957) was born in Szczecin, a prominent representative of the German liturgist and liturgical movement of the first half of the twentieth century. The article about the theology of Sunday, which has its origin in the fact of the resurrection of Christ and continues, bringing great wealth and variety of theological content of pastoral experience. The primary objective of this paper is to show how the post-council papal teaching at the turn of the century, based on the Apostolic Letter Dies Domini, John Paul II in 1998, reflected the views of J. Pinsk on the meaning and celebration of Sunday expressed in the first half of the twentieth century. Theological reflections on J. Pinsk renewal of Sunday revolve around several key themes: the basic theological motivation is that The Sunday of the resurrection of Christ; epiclesis nature of Sunday lets call this day a small descent of the Holy Spirit to restore the liturgical character of Sunday as the day of the Lord, the Community dimension of Sunday shows the doctrine of the Church as the Mystical Body of Christ.







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