Az Eucharisztia ünneplése az ókori egyházban

Dolhai, Lajos: Az Eucharisztia ünneplése az ókori egyházban. In: Belvedere Meridionale, (32) 1. pp. 7-16. (2020)

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Abstract

The form of liturgy of the Eucharist evolved only slowly and gradually. The development of the fi rst three century can be divided in two periods. The fi rst is the age of the Church of Apostles, until the middle of the second century: In this period the Eucharist was celebrated in private houses. During the second period Christianity entered into the Greek-Roman world. Initially, the Eucharist was celebrated in the evening, but already at the end of the fi rst century and at the beginning of the second it has become general to celebrate the Holy Mass in the morning. A communal meal did not join to these Holy Masses in the morning. The participation in the Eucharist had conditions: The Didache states: “Do not eat and drink from the Eucharist anyone but who is baptized on the name of the Lord.” The breaking of bread (fractio panis) was called Eucharist fi rstly by the Didache, later by St. Ignatius of Antioch. In the Ancient Church it was natural the Communion under both kinds. The Didache contains one of the earliest Eucharistic-prayers. The fi rst detailed description about the celebration of the Eucharist can be found by Justionos (†165). From liturgical viewpoint the Traditio Apostolica is important: this work was written about 215.

Item Type: Article
Other title: Celebrating of the Eucharist in the Ancient Christian Church
Heading title: Tanulmányok
Journal or Publication Title: Belvedere Meridionale
Date: 2020
Volume: 32
Number: 1
ISSN: 2064-5929
Page Range: pp. 7-16
Related URLs: http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/69840/
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14232/belv.2020.1.2
Uncontrolled Keywords: Kereszténység - ókor, Egyháztörténet - ókor, Eucharisztia
Additional Information: Bibliogr.: 16. p. és a lábjegyzetekben ; összefoglalás angol nyelven
Subjects: 06. Humanities
06. Humanities > 06.01. History and archaeology
06. Humanities > 06.01. History and archaeology > 06.01.01. History
06. Humanities > 06.03. Philosophy, ethics and religion
06. Humanities > 06.03. Philosophy, ethics and religion > 06.03.04. Religious studies
Date Deposited: 2020. Jul. 30. 08:18
Last Modified: 2020. Jul. 30. 08:18
URI: http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/id/eprint/69842

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