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Unimaginable Words This Maundy Thursday or Good Friday service is patterned after tenebrae, a service of shadows or darkness. The theme is the disciple Peter's reflections on his "unimaginable words" denying Christ and his beginning to heal afterwards. Resource type: Service Outline Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
The Fight Between Carnival and Lent, art for Ash Wednesday Based on the painting, "The Fight Between Carnival and Lent" by Pieter Brueghel the Elder, this blog reflects on different aspects of the painting that point us to the beginning of Lent and Ash Wednesday, when... Resource type: Image Source: Loyola Press Author: Daniella Zsupan-Jerome
God's Call and Human Response This is a full worship planning resource on Exodus 3:1–15, Psalm 105, Romans 12:9–21 and Matthew 16:21–28. It includes liturgy planning, sermon notes, commentary, song suggestions, readings, prayers and more. Resource type: Sermon Starter/Outline Source: Discipleship Ministries Leave my liturgy alone! C.S. Lewis's take on novelty and familiarity in liturgy. Lewis argues that liturgy should be routine so that worshipers can focus on God; changing the liturgy detracts from that focus. Resource type: Book Quote Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching Author: C. S. Lewis 8 Reasons the Next Generation Craves Ancient Liturgy Winfield Bevins discusses reasons why many Christians, especially young adults, are attracted to church liturgy - including holistic spirituality, a sense of mystery, historical rootedness in the universal church, and sacraments. Resource type: Article Source: Missio Alliance Author: Winfield Bevins Full Text Hymns on Liturgy Liturgy of the EucharistPD
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Liturgy as an Act of Leisure This Catholic article integrates thoughts from Romano Guardini, Josef Pieper, and Joseph Ratzinger to argue that the liturgy is properly understood as leisure -- as "wasting time" in contemplation of God with no utilitarian outcomes. Resource type: Article Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Author: Veronica A. Arntz When Liturgy Goes Bad: Constantinian Liturgy in a Post-Constantinian World Asserting that there are Constantinian assumptions in traditional liturgies that are obsolete in a post-Christendom society, this article by David Fitch argues that liturgical renewal should avoid practices that are "inaccessible, foreign, and imposed." Resource type: Article Source: Missio Alliance Author: David Fitch Liturgy in Bede’s World This Catholic article says that liturgy provides the common stream of the Christian faith. Our liturgies connect us throughout the centuries and form us today as much as they did in the past. Resource type: Article Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Author: Daniel J. Heisey Liturgy and Evangelization This Catholic article suggests the Liturgy as activating evangelism. Not only does the liturgy compel the People of God to spread the Gospel to all nations, but it also gives them the grace to do so. Resource type: Article Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Author: Jeremy Sienkiewicz and Celina Pinedo
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