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Music and liturgy

Vinko Sitarić ; KKatolički bogoslovni fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Teologija u Đakovu, Đakovo, Hrvatska

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Sitarić, V. (2003). Glazba i liturgija. Diacovensia, 11 (1), 139-142. Retrieved from
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Sitarić, Vinko. "Glazba i liturgija." Diacovensia 11, no. 1 (2003): 139-142.
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The purpose of this article is to clarify the notion of the Second Vatican Council according to which liturgy is the creation of all those who attend it, therefore singers are its creators as well. Music presents the essential part of liturgy according to the Council. That is why it should be even more cultivated as an expression of faith. The
parts sung in the form of a dialogue should be duty of the priest- liturgist, who has at his disposal many songbooks in our country, which include composed psalms, answers, exclamations, refrains, etc. The ministry of the liturgist thus includes church choir as well. Cooperation of the parish priest and the singers of the choir should be indisputable. Music is, in a way, “sacramentalization” of our senses, through our senses liturgy leads our spirit towards God.

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