Post Profile






Participatio Actuosa in the Current Magisterium: Guest Article by Fr Peter Stravinskas (Part 1)

The following paper was originally delivered at the CIEL conference in Paris in 2003; we here present it in a modified form with the permission of the author, Fr Peter Stravinskas. In it, he examines the question of how the famous words “actuosa participatio” in Sacrosanctum Concilium were originally meant to understood. The second part will appear on Friday, arguing that “actual” participation better expresses the mind of the Church and the Magisterium after the Council and the liturgical reform.
read more

share

Related Posts


In Remembrance of the Original Founder of CIEL UK, Nicole Hall

Religion / Catholicism : New Liturgical Movement

One of our Premonstratensian readers, Frater Anselm Gribbin, sent in the following obituary tribute for Mrs. Nicole Hall, one of the important and founding figures for CIEL UK. I had the privilege to meet Mrs. Hall at the CIEL confe...

Noble Simplicity and the Liturgiologist Edmund Bishop

Religion / Catholicism : New Liturgical Movement

"Ritus nobili simplicitate fulgeant..." Nobili simplicitate. Noble simplicity. It is a concept that, like participatio actuosa, is oft quoted, but it is also one that often comes laden with certain assumptions as to its meaning and ...

A Note on Participation: What Can We Learn from the Word Actuosa?

Religion / Catholicism : New Liturgical Movement

When discussing participatio actuosa back in December, I had made a claim (which others, too, have made before me) that actuosa meant “actual” more than “active.” Latinist friends of mine were quick to point out that my claim was li...

"Participation" by Msgr Richard Schuler

Religion / Catholicism : New Liturgical Movement

This article, appearing in the Winter 1987 (114.4) issue of Sacred Music by Msgr. Richard J. Schuler is particularly helpful not only in distinguishing participatio activa and participatio actuosa (two things which, 26 years later a...

Participatio Actuosa in the Current Magisterium: Guest Article by Fr Peter Stravinskas (Part 2)

Religion / Catholicism : New Liturgical Movement

We continue with the second part of a paper by Fr Peter Stravinskas, originally delivered at the CIEL conference in Paris in 2003. The first part examined the question of how the famous words “actuosa participatio” in Sacrosanctum C...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC