Re: Lateinischer Ritus innerhalb der Orthodoxen Kirche
Verfasst: 06.04.2017, 02:29
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Frater Leo hat geschrieben:Ein interessanter Artikel (vom 5.4.2017):
Father George: What was in your way?
Father Sergius: The fact that I never knew or understood Orthodoxy. During that period, I got great help from some very nice people who were interested in the Roman Rites of Orthodoxy. This a very specific subject and few sources cover it, but there are Roman Rites in Orthodoxy. Moreover, they were initiated by our Russian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate.
Father George: When it accepted the French parishes in 1936. Eventually, the “western rites” became more popular in the United States of America. There were some attempts to introduce them in Europe, including those supported by St. John (Maximovich), but they weren’t very successful. However, these rites were accepted in the US and they are still practiced in various jurisdictions.
Father Sergius: Yes, that’s true. I know that there are many parishes like that in U.S. and Australia. Curiously, they use an altered Anglican mass…
Father George: … “The Book of Common Prayer.”
Father Sergius: Exactly. It was edited by His Holiness Patriarch Tikhon and that is why it is called St. Tikhon’s Liturgy. Some parishes use traditional pre-reform Roman Rites, the so-called Tridentine Mass. Anyway, I met these nice people who were very interested in it and, in essence, they helped me to convert to Orthodoxy. The initial goal of the person who was into all this was to convert people from Catholicism to Orthodoxy. He gave Catholics the opportunity to get to know Orthodoxy through the media that were close and understandable to them. After talking to this man, I indeed got a deeper understanding of Orthodoxy.
ExsurgeDomine hat geschrieben: ... und wenn die lex orandi essentiell anthropozentrisch und modernistisch ist, dann an dieser Stelle eine Auseinandersetzung mit den dem theologisch zu Grunde liegenden Bedingungen gar nicht zwingend erforderlich.