A Caravaggio Rediscovered The Lute Player by Keith Christiansen

By Keith Christiansen

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What it means is that the Church’s leitourgia, a term incidentally much more comprehensive and adequate than ‘worship’ or ‘cult,’ is the full and adequate ‘epiphany’ - expression, manifestation, fulfillment of that in which the church believes, or what constitutes her faith. It implies an organic and essential interdependence in which one element, the faith, although source and cause of the other, the liturgy, essentially needs the other as its own selfunderstanding and self-fulfillment. It is, to be sure, faith that gives birth to, and ‘shapes,’ liturgy, but it is liturgy, that by fulfilling and expressing faith, ‘bears testimony’ to faith and becomes thus its true and adequate expression and norm: lex orandi est lex credendi.

Therefore, the following issues that direct the study, outlining its limitations are: - The context of the liturgical text is understood; - elements of faith (lex credendi) deriving from the tradition of the church are identified in the liturgical form; - an interrelationship in time with biblical, patristic, and iconographic sources is established; - translation when needed is offered; and - authorship is determined where possible. 1. Context Once the persecutions of early Christian years ebbed and finally abated, there was a significant flowering of liturgical texts, beginning in the 5th – 6th centuries.

Orthros in the Menaion relates to “meaning of time” Leaving the history of daily prayer to others, this theological study will be situated within the context of time, and time to come. The structure of the liturgical year is not incidental. The Christian calendar “has obviously a vital theological significance and many theological implications. Day by day the Church looks back to its past,” a sanctification of time living within the dimension of sacred memories, and looking at the same time to the future.

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