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Anthropological and social features of the pre-council liturgical literature

Zvonko Pažin ; Katolički bogoslovni fakultet u Đakovu, Đakovo, Hrvatska
Silvana Fužinato orcid id ; Katolički bogoslovni fakultet u Đakovu, Đakovo, Hrvatska

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str. 445-460

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In this article, the authors explore the anthropological and social features in the liturgical books published in the 16th and 17th centuries, which were not significantly changed until the Second Vatican Council (1962­1965). In previous centuries, the Church had exclusive jurisdiction in certain areas, which are today covered by the civil society (the state): education, health, marriage laws, church bookkeeping. In their research, the authors show that in the mentioned books some provisions were made that are not only related to the liturgy. These are the instructions on the purity of church vestments and church vessels, and on the purity of church officials. Similarly, there are detailed provisions relating to morals (shyness) and the relationship between men and women, and it is evident that women are in a subordinate position in accordance with the customs of the past, which is largely based on biblical tradition. The books also provide instructions and provisions on other important aspects of life, especially with regard to marriage, taking care to meet allnatural conditions such as age and free will. It is evident from this research that the Church had an important influence in social life and that in the past centuries it also had an important enlightening role in the society.

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anthropological, liturgical books, marriage, purity, relationship between men and women.

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