The Blog of Arguments

Contents included in the articles
Categories
Categories
Archive

Liturgy and personality. Dietrich von Hildebrand

Author: Dietrich von Hildebrand Book: Liturgy and Personality With his work Liturgy and Personality (1933), Dietrich von Hildebrand, a philosopher of the phenomenological current who converted to Catholicism in the last century, offers an acute reflection on how the liturgy is capable of forming the heart of the Christian. A formation that makes him capable of [...]
See more

Lent: 8 basic questions

What is Lent? Lent is a time of personal and communal improvement. It is an opportunity for the believer to refocus his relationship with the Lord. Above all, it is a time of grace that God grants. It is about preparing oneself with devotion and generosity for forty days to celebrate the Week of [...]
See more

What are the liturgical books of the Catholic Church?

Los libros litúrgicos">http://arguments.es/wp-content/uploads/liturgia/2015/02/Con-gaudeant-Catholici-1024x7511.jpg"> Son aquellos que contienen los textos y las indicaciones para la celebración litúrgica, oficialmente editados en la Iglesia. A esta edición oficial se le llama edición típica y está escrita en latín. A partir de ella se realizan las traducciones a las lenguas vivas. Su recopilación y fijación se llevó a cabo […]
See more

The Missal

http://arguments.es/wp-content/uploads/liturgia/2015/02/misal-romano-2-ferrara1.jpg" target="_blank" rel="noopener"> Durante varios siglos se usaron varios libros litúrgicos en la celebración de la Misa. A caballo entre el primer y segundo milenio nace un libro que los reúne a todos: el Misal Plenario. Hasta nuestros días, y desde el siglo XIII donde el Misal cobró realmente importancia, los tres misales más importantes […]
See more

Lent is the path to Easter and the Resurrection.

We are now fully in the Lenten season, the "favorable time for ascending the holy mountain of Easter," in the words of the Ceremonial of Bishops (n. 249). Thus the Lenten liturgy places at its center the Passover of Christ, the most important feast of the year. It was already established in the [...]
See more

Lent-Easter 2015 an app to live this liturgical season

How can we live Lent? Can we use new technologies to pray during this liturgical season? The Archdiocese of Valencia has opted for an application for cell phones, tablets and computers for Lent. This application, available for Android, Apple and computers, contains material to prepare and live with intensity both Lent and Easter. Periods [...]
See more

Entrevista a Dominik Kustra: "Los cristianos de Irak han perdido todo menos la fe y la esperanza"

Iraq, the land of Abraham, has welcomed Christians since the 1st century. It was evangelized by the apostles. Today, the Christian presence in that country is on the verge of disappearing. Religious persecution in Iraq prevents them not only from practicing their faith, but also from developing professionally. Although they have lost everything they had, they still have [...]
See more

Session with catechists in Alcalá de Henares

">https://www.arguments.es/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Arguments-catequistas-Alcala.jpeg"> Un grupo de Arguments nos fuimos el sábado 14 de febrero hasta Alcalá de Henares. Nos invitaron para tener una sesión dentro de un curso de formación para los catequistas de la diócesis en el palacio arzobispal. Del grupo que íbamos, sólo dos habían hablado antes en público, o al menos en uno con un foro como […]
See more

Lectionary

">http://arguments.es/wp-content/uploads/liturgia/2015/02/leccionario1.png"> Este término designa a los distintos libros que recogen los textos de la Sagrada Escritura destinados a ser proclamados durante la Liturgia de la Palabra. Conforme a las disposiciones del último Concilio, el nuevo Leccionario ha distribuido la lectura de la casi totalidad de la Sagrada Escritura durante el curso completo del año litúrgico. […]
See more

The names of the Eucharist

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry says in The Little Prince that "when the mystery is too impressive, it is not possible to disobey". It is not for nothing that the Eucharist is called Mysterium fidei, the "mystery of faith, that is, the ineffable gift of the Eucharist, which the Catholic Church has received from Christ, her Bridegroom, as a pledge of her [...]
See more

Subscribe to our Telegram channel


Follow us on

Arguments cross