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welcome the liturgical year

Welcome The Liturgical Year

Dr. Peter J. Zografos

overview
Overview
  • Time
  • Christian View
  • Theological & Liturgical Foundation
  • Terms & General Norms
  • How Christians Celebrate Time
  • The Liturgical Year / The Liturgical Calendar
  • Days of Celebration
  • The Ordo & Resources
  • Preparing
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Time
  • Kairos & Chronos
  • Biblical
  • Historical
  • Christian
  • Modern
  • Now
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Time
  • Kairos - Kαιρός
    • Right or opportune moment; Time in between: a moment of undetermined period of time in which "something" special happens
    • Kairos has a qualitative nature
  • Chronos - Χρόνος
    • Personification of Timeemerging from the primordial Chaos
    • Chronos has a quantitative nature
biblical time
Biblical Time

12 Month Lunar Cycle (New Moon & Spring Equinox)

"And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years" (Genesis 1:14).

“This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you" (Exodus 12:1-2).

"This day came ye out in the month Abib" (Exodus 13:4).

"And it shall come to pass, that from one new moon to another (month), and from one Sabbath to another, shall all flesh come to worship before me, said the LORD" (Isaiah 66:23).

"In the first month, that is, the month Nisan, in the twelfth year of king Ahasuerus, they cast Pur, that is, the lot, before Haman from day to day, and from month to month, to the twelfth month, that is, the month Adar" (Esther 3:7).

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Time
  • Historical
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Time
  • Christian Era
    • Liturgy of the Hours
    • Easter People
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Time
  • Modern
theological liturgical foundations
Theological / Liturgical Foundations
  • Christ’s Saving Work
    • Celebrated in Sacred Memory
    • Lord’s Day commemorates the Resurrection
    • Easter unfolds Solemn Paschal Mystery
    • Year unfolds the entire Mystery of Christ
    • Formation of the Faithful
      • Devotional practices
      • Instruction
      • Works of Mercy & Penance
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Theological / Liturgical Foundations

The sacramentality of the liturgical seasons is celebrated in 3 sequences:

  • Incarnation
  • Paschal
  • Sundays
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Theological / Liturgical Foundations
  • The beginning of the Liturgical year and lectionary are narratives of the beginning of Jesus’ life and ministry and unfolds throughout the year to the apex of the passion, death, and resurrection stories. 
  • The year and lectionary further develop the paschal mystery as it moves toward the end times pointing to the eschaton.
  • Thus the seasons of celebration and the lectionary are held in tension.
terms
Terms
  • Lord’s Day
  • The Triduum
  • Solemnities
  • Feasts
  • Octaves & Vigils
  • Holy Days
  • Lent
  • Advent
  • Ember & Rogation
general norms of the liturgical year
General Norms of the Liturgical Year

Part One: Liturgical Days

  • Liturgical Days in General
  • Sundays
  • Solemnities, Feasts & Memorials
  • Weekdays
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General Norms of the Liturgical Year

Part Two: Yearly Cycle

  • Easter Triduum
  • Easter Season
  • Lent
  • Christmas Season
  • Advent
  • Ordinary Time
  • Rogation & Ember Days
the liturgical year
The Liturgical Year
  • Triduum
    • Holy Thursday
    • Good Friday
    • Holy Saturday
  • Easter
    • Ascension
    • Pentecost
  • Ordinary Time II
    • Trinity Sunday
    • Body & Blood of Christ
    • Christ the King
  • Advent
  • Christmas
    • Epiphany
    • Baptism of the Lord
  • Ordinary Time I
  • Lent
    • Ash Wednesday
    • Palm Sunday of the Passion
    • Holy Week
the liturgical calendar
The Liturgical Calendar
  • Balanced Tension with Lectionary Cycle
  • Lord’s Day
  • Solemnities
  • Feasts
  • Octaves & Vigils
  • Holy Days
  • Advent
  • The Great Lent
  • The Triduum
u s days of celebration
U.S. Days of Celebration
  • Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, January 1
  • Ascension of Christ, 40 days after Easter or moved to 7th Sunday of Easter
  • Assumption of the Blessed Mother, August 15
  • All Saints\' Day, November 1
  • Immaculate Conception of Mary, December 8
  • Christmas, December 25
the ordo
The ORDO

Festivals / Solemnities

Lectionary & Psalter

Office Readings

Vestments

Commemorations

Unique to Each Region

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resources for understanding
Resources for Understanding
  • The Liturgical Calendar (LTP)
  • The Liturgical Year: How Christians Celebrate Time (Catholic Update C1195)
  • The Ordo (Paulist Press)
  • Current Sourcebook for Sundays & Seasons: An Almanac of Parish Liturgy (LTP)
  • Preparing Parish Liturgies: A Guide to Resources (LTP)
  • General Norms for the Liturgical Year (Lit Press)
preparing for a feast

The Zografos Rule

Preparing for a Feast
  • We NEVER PLAN liturgy
    • Prepare what has been planned by God
    • Celebrate what we prepare
    • Become what we celebrate
    • Share what we become
    • Believe what we share
    • Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi
      • We Live the Rule of Prayer, Rule of Belief

The Zografos Rule

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Preparing for a Feast
  • Group Break Out Session
    • Christ the King
    • Assumption
    • Body and Blood of Christ
    • Immaculate Conception
    • Saint Francis
    • Trinity Sunday
summary
Summary
  • Student Evaluation
  • Participant Worksheet
    • Mail to: LMI

710 – 9th Avenue

Seattle, WA 98104

thank you
Thank You !
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