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Liturgical inculturation: an authentic African response

Patrick Chukwudezie Chibuko

Liturgical inculturation: an authentic African response

by Patrick Chukwudezie Chibuko

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Published by IKO-Verlag f ur Interkulturelle Kommunikation in Frankfurt am Main .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • OUR Brockhaus selection,
  • Christliche Religion

  • ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19194926M
    ISBN 103889396364

    The deep roots of Anglican liturgical prayer in English history and culture raise the question of whether that liturgical tradition can achieve authentic expression in other cultural contexts. The planting of that tradition through missionary expansion in the Anglo-Americas did not initially raise that question because of the indebtedness of both Canada and the United States to their English.   They show that liturgical development is not “organic” but influenced by particular social and political forces in history, that liturgical inculturation is a means of acquiring racial justice, and that African American worship is not monolithic.

    or inculturation.9 Unfortunately, he points out, inculturation in Africa has been “more at the level of talking about liturgy than doing liturgy.”10 There is a need even today for Africa to move beyond mere hypothetical experimentation and toward actual inculturation. Aylward Shorter .   “The synod is discussing the inculturation of the liturgy,” he said. “This is not to seek a liturgical rite distinct from the one that the Church has, but, rather, the Church has received.

      Africa's Response to the Synod. Rwandan Salesian Reflects on Catholicism. By Mariaelena Finessi. VATICAN CITY, 26 FEB. (ZENIT) Four months after the Second Special Assembly for Africa of the Synod of Bishops, a Rwandan Salesian who participated as an expert is reflecting on the results and the response. the dialogue between faith and culture.fl1 Gittins argues that authentic inculturation is the true incarnation of faith. 2 Inculturation is an embodied faith that is known not by the words and gestures of the liturgy but by the lives of the people.


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Liturgical inculturation: an authentic African response by Patrick Chukwudezie Chibuko Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from Liturgical inculturation: an authentic African response book library. Liturgical inculturation: an authentic African response. [Patrick Chukwudezie Chibuko]. Anglican liturgical inculturation in Africa: the Kanamai statement ; with introduction, papers from Kanamai, and a first response Author: David M Gitari ; Alcuin Club.

Liturgical inculturation requires a systematic study of the sacred liturgy. It demands a scientific study of the culture of a people to be able to evolve an authentic inculturated liturgy that will.

This paper investigated the theology of inculturation and the African Church. Specifically, the study set to examined the demand and relevance of inculturation for cultural development, assess.

Using a socio-historical method, this book sheds new light on liturgical action and theology, and suggests more transition rituals. It also provides samples of emergent African Christian liturgies 4/5(1).

By the way, I do not intend to answer whatever she writes back UNLESS she confronts my question of why she is insinuating that the growth of the Church in Asia and Africa is due to liturgical inculturation. Liturgical inculturation is not bad per se.

Even if you cannot find it in the Vatican 2 Sacrosanctum Concilium, it has been going on for. Liturgical Inculturation in Africa: The Kanamai Statement ‘African Culture and Anglican Liturgy’ with Introduction Papers Read at Kanamai and a First Response, edited by David Gitari, Bramcote.

Authentic Liturgical Renewal in Contemporary Perspective (Sacra Liturgia ); Liturgy in the Twenty-First Century: Contemporary Issues and Perspectives (Sacra Liturgia USA ); Sacred Liturgy: The Source and Summit of the Life and Mission of the Church (Sacra Liturgia ); Celebrating the Eucharist: Sacrifice and Communion (FOTA V, ); Benedict XVI and the Roman Missal (FOTA IV.

inculturation especially in areas of liturgy, moral theology, African leadership and the Church-as-family. The study recommended that to establish an authentic African Church, there is need to emphasize on the role of Small Christian Communities.

Key words: Theology, Inculturation, Christianity, Catholic Church, Culture. INTRODUCTION. Opinion - I would like to contribute to the discussion on African liturgical worship set in motion by Mr. Henry Makori's article last week. While there are some things I agree with in that article.

Making the Eucharist Speak Middle American: Liturgical Inculturation in a WASP Setting This is an address given at the North American Academy of Liturgy meeting on January 2,in Indianapolis, IN. Hickman was the recipient of the Berakah Award for lifetime contribution to the liturgy of the church.

The last four chapters which make up the third part of the book, titled "A Look into the Future," are chock-full of challenging and comprehensive proposals to make the church not only in but of Africa, that is, truly African.

This project of inculturation, to be truly authentic, must, according to Magesa, include new models of being church, experimental forms of worship (e.g., baptism- confirmation, Eucharist.

To promote liturgical inculturation in a cultural area bigger that one country, the episcopal conferences concerned must work together and decide the measures which have to be taken so that "as far as possible, there are not notable ritual differences in regions bordering on one another."[] IV.

Areas Of Adaptation In The Roman Rite. “African Culture and Anglican Liturgy: The Report of the Kanamai Consultation” on this theme () in Liturgical Inculturation in Africa: The Kanamai Statement with Introduction, Papers from Kanami and a First Response, David Gitari, ed.,Alcuin/GROW Liturgical Study A second definition, which is the transposition of the anthropological definition of the term transculturation, [28] the normal evolutionary process of a living culture, reads as follows: “Inculturation is the internal evolutionary process of a culture in response to the proclamation of the Gospel, with the Gospel working upon the culture as.

Two brief and interesting contributions discuss the Roman missal as approved for the dioceses of Zaire. This is a formally approved `inculturated' Liturgy incorporating many African customs.

But this is not inculturation as Phan and Chupungco and Francis would have it, for it would appear that "liturgical creativity" is yet to be s: 1. by Bishop Perry. G reater reception of the contributions of black Catholics to the church is a ripe topic of conversation these days, both for black leaders astute in pastoral sciences and for people in the pews, who express a desire to see visible black leadership, to hear gospel music in the Mass, and to see rich expressions of kinte cloth and other black religious art in our places of worship.

On the positive side, we can point to the use of proverbs and stories in preaching. In the oral cultures of Africa, this practice calls forth an active response from congregations. Liturgical dance, based upon traditional dances, adds life and celebration to the entrance rite, offertory procession, and.

Knowing that there are hundreds if not hundreds of thousands of African cultures could the Missa Luba mass setting be considered as an example of authentic and appropriate liturgical inculturation of the Sacred Liturgy in accordance with the Pre VII rules laid down by say Musicae Sacrae as a prime example.

Liturgical inculturation an authentic African response by Patrick Chukwudezie Chibuko Pages, Published ISBNISBN:. To promote liturgical inculturation in a cultural area bigger that one country, the episcopal conferences concerned must work together and decide the measures which have to be taken so that “as far as possible, there are not notable ritual differences in regions bordering on one another.”[] IV.

Areas Of Adaptation In The Roman Rite. The “Rite Zairois” in the Context of Liturgical Inculturation in Middle-Belt Africa since the Second Vatican Council. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, Eugene, Toinette. “Between ˜Lord Have Mercy˜ and ˜Thank You Jesus!˜: Liturgical Renewal and African American Catholic Assemblies.”.For most African Catholics, it is an answer to a question which is not being asked.

Back inwith hindsight, the Novus Ordo was imposed on a Catholic population in Africa with very limited exposure to the European ideas to which the liturgical reform was responding.