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2. Sources:Acts and Decrees of the Second Plenary Council of the Philippines. Manila: Paulines,1992.Bevans, Stephen B. and Schroeder, Roger P. PROPHETIC DIALOGUE: Reflections onChristian Mission Today. Manila: Logos Publications, 2012.Martimort, A.G., et.al. THE CHURCH AT PRAYER An Introduction to the Liturgy,Volume 1 PRINCIPLES OF LITURGY. Translated by Matthew J. OConnell.Collegeville, Minnesota: The Liturgical Press, 1987.Martos, Joseph. Doors to the Sacred: A Historical Introduction to Sacraments in theCatholic Church. Revised and Updated Edition. Liguori, Missouri: LiguoriPublications, 2001.Pecklers, Keith F. THE GENIUS OF THE ROMAN RITE On the Reception andImplementation of the New Missal. Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press, 2009.Pennington, M. Basil. The Eucharist Yesterday and Today. New York, N.Y.: Crossroad,1985.Power, David N. THE SACRIFICE WE OFFER The Tridentine Dogma and itsReinterpretation. New York, N.Y.: Crossroad, 1987. 3. Outline:A. Contemporary Sacramental PracticesB. The Official Sacraments 4. ContextVatican II onward Vatican II its clarion call wasfor renewal in the Church. The call was for change anup-dating (aggiornamento) ofourselves. - 5, Acts and Decrees ofthe Second Plenary Council of thePhilippines 5. Since the mid-1960sthe Catholic Churchhas been visiblychanging 6. SacramentalCHANGESFeatures on the Catholic LandscapeRitualsAttitudes &BehaviorsExperienceofsacramentalrituals 7. Enthusiastic ReluctantCHANGES 8. CulturalPluralismTheologicalPluralism 9. Aggiornamento VAT IINew Trent -Like Uniformity 10. Revision of the riteswhich was done underVatican supervision 11. 3 Fundamental Bases Historical Consciousness Recovery of Liturgical Theologyand Spirituality Promotion of Full and ActiveParticipation- p.29, THE GENIUS OF THE ROMAN RITE On the Receptionand Implementation of the New Missal, Keith F. Pecklers, SJ,Liturgical Press Collegeville, Minnesota, 2009. 12. Rites 1970s* ReligiousProfession;Consecrationof Virgins*Confirmation;ChristianInitiation ofAdults*Eucharistoutside ofMass; Penance- pp. 82-83, THE CHURCH AT PRAYER An Introduction to the Liturgy,Volume 1 PRINCIPLES OF LITURGY, A.G. Martimort et. al. 13. Catholic bishops andliturgists in non-westerncountries expresseddissatisfaction Revision ofthe riteswhich wasdone underVaticansupervision 14. Catholic bishops andliturgists in non-westerncountries expresseddissatisfaction 15. ArgumentsAccommodationEarlyChristianityNative cultures 16. Coptic RiteMozarabicRiteAmbrosianRiteEarly Christianity. Native Cultures 17. More Moderate(Acculturation)More Radical(Inculturation) 18. Different TextsMore Moderate(Acculturation)Gestures, VestmentsCulturally Appropriate Liturgy 19. Married ,Female,GroupLeadershipin theChurchNative Foodsinstead ofbread &winelayingon ofhandsIndigenousweddingpracticesMore Radical(Inculturation) 20. Non-WesternLiturgistsStrainingtowardlCULTURAL DIVERSITY 21. CatholicTheologiansShow no signtask ofunderstandingthesacramentsin the futuredifficulty tospeak aboutCatholicsacramentsCatholicexplanationof the sacraments 22. Resemble oneanother aroundthe worldAll resemblesacramentalrituals of themodern world 23. TextRitualsTheoriesCatholicTheology 24. THE OFFICIAL SACRAMENTS 25. UNDERSTANDING ContemporaryLanguage ModernDress Drasticallyrevisedand simplifiedriteso Eliminatedprayers andgestures 26. Sense of MysteryLatin MassMusicIncense & PageantryConfessional areaBaptismal fontWeddings &Ordinations 27. Observations/Reactions loss of a sense of mystery?some observers ofcontemporary culture it is not the change inthe liturgy that hasreduced the sense ofmystery but thesecularization of thewhole society those who haveunderstood the reasonsfor the new liturgy andwho do participate in itwith energy andattention the sense ofmystery has not beenentirely lost; it has rathershifted from a sense ofmagic to a sense ofwonder. 28. FAVORS MEDIEVALCEREMONIES For many themedieval ceremonieswere more palpablydoors to the sacred, excommunicatedArchbishop MarcelLefebvre established aschismatic churchwhich retained theTridentine mass andsacraments. 29. FAVORS CULTURALADAPTATION excommunicatedRev. GeorgeStallings, led his blackcongregation inWashington, D.C.,to break from theCatholic Churchover liturgicaland ministerialrestrictions 30. More Moderate AmericanLiturgists DIVERS CULTURE -distinctively Americanform of liturgy andworship. HIGH-TECH GADGETSFOR LITURGICALCELEBRATIONS 31. Critics of American Materialismand Individualism Some aspects ofcontemporary culture are soincompatible with the spiritualand communal ideals of theChristian gospel that there could never be aform of worship that is bothfully Catholic and fullyAmerican. 32. Silent Spectators (Majority ofAmerican Catholics) Pay little attention to liturgicalpressures from the right and theleft In spite of massive effort toeducate them through Sundaypulpit, many of them comprehendneither the scholastic nor thecontemporary explanations ofsacraments. 33. Silent Spectators (Majority ofAmerican Catholics) Their understanding of thesacraments is neithermetaphysical nor experientialbut based on the religioustraining they received aschildren. Although they are invited toparticipate fully in the liturgy,many still attend as silentspectators. 34. SacramentalCHANGESFeatures on the Catholic LandscapeRitualsAttitudes &BehaviorsExperienceofsacramentalrituals 35. Freed from the belief that thissacrament does nothing exceptwash away original sin Some Catholic parents have beenless concerned to have theirchildren baptized within days afterbirth; some priests have begun toquestion the custom of baptizingchildren of parents who show littleinterest in raising their children asCatholics.Sacrament of Baptism 36. In some dioceses it isadministered by pastorsas well as bishops The age for celebratingthe sacrament variesfrom seven to eighteenSacrament of Confirmation 37. Changes in the rites Changes in the Catholicunderstanding of sinSacrament s of the HolyEucharist and Penance 38. Catholics are now less legalisticabout weekly attendance in mass They go to confession much lessfrequently than they used to Those who do attend the liturgyregularly tend to receivecommunion more often and withless doubt about their worthinessto do so.Sacraments of the HolyEucharist and Penance 39. Before: once considered a signthat death was at the door, andbeing administered only to thedying,Today: It is becoming moreregarded as the sacrament ofhealing; it is being received morefrequently by the elderly and theless seriously ill.Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick 40. Baptized Catholics who havelittle intention of being activemembers of the church todayfeel less need to be marriedbefore a priest.Some pastors are beginning toquestion the value of churchweddings for such personseven if they request one.Sacrament of Marriage 41. Divorce and remarriage onceunthinkable for RomanCatholicsHas come under discussion bycanon lawyers and theologians Relaxing of restrictions forannulmentsIt is becoming more commonSacrament of Marriage 42. The Catholic priesthood seemsto have regained some of thestability lost during theturbulent 60s Priests are no longer leaving theministry so frequently, and vocationsare no longer .Sacrament of Holy Orders 43. In the developing world,seminaries (and convents,too) are fullSacrament of Holy Orders 44. Issues still remain- The question of allowing priestSacrament of Holy Ordersto marry- Allowing women to be ordained 45. Both marriage and priesthoodare being looked in a morehuman and a less divine lightThis makes it possible forCatholics to be less dogmatic intheir thinking despite Romesinflexibility in these areas.Sacrament of Holy OrdersSacrament of Marriage 46. Ecumenism orInterfaithCooperationDecreasingdogmatism with sacraments &worship in general 47. Vat IIOpening tothe worldChristianUnityInteractionsb/wProtestants& ChristiansWorkingtogetherEcumenicalworshipservicesInterfaithMarriagesReforms 48. CONCLUSION:The official Catholicsacraments havechanged, and they arelikely to do so again,for the forces of changeare still at work. 49. CONCLUSION:Nevertheless, theRoman churchorganization is largeand its hierarchy isvery tradition-minded,. 50. CONCLUSION:It is good to know that weare well-rooted and closelybonded people, enlivenedby a consistent flow of lifethrough centuries. - p.47,The Eucharist Yesterday and Today, M.Basil Pennington, Crossroad, New York,N.Y.,1985 51. CONCLUSION:In the dialogue betweenchurches, agreement onan appropriate andcommonly observedEucharistic practice,within reasonablediversity- p. 186, THESACRIFICE WE OFFER The TridentineDogma and its Reinterpretation, DavidN. Power, Crossroad, New York, N.Y,1987 52. CONCLUSION: the worthy and vitalcelebration of the liturgy inEucharist, baptism, marriagesor funerals can be momentswhen the gospel proclaimedand celebrated . p. 66,PROPHETIC DIALOGUE: Reflections on ChristianMission Today, Stephen B. Bevans and Roger P.Schroeder, Logos Publications, Inc., Manila, 2012 53. CONTEMPORARYSACRAMENTALPRACTICESThe Official SacramentsDIOS MABALOS POTHANK YOU

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