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God Where We Are: Traditions from the Byzantine Liturgical Tradition (Part 4)

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Fr. James Karepin, O.P. Chair, Ecumenism Metro Chicago (Chicago, IL) Administrator, St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church (Mishawaka, IN) Contact Author Part I    Part II    Part III To explore the importance of the life context, let us examine the icon screen … Continue reading

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God Where We Are: Traditions from the Byzantine Liturgical Tradition (Part 3)

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Fr. James Karepin, O.P. Chair, Ecumenism Metro Chicago (Chicago, IL) Administrator, St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church (Mishawaka, IN) Contact Author Part I    Part II   Amid the sensory experience of Byzantine liturgy is an avalanche of words. For example, after … Continue reading

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God Where We Are: Reflections from the Byzantine Liturgical Tradition: Part 2

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Fr. James Karepin, O.P. Chair, Ecumenism Metro Chicago (Chicago, IL) Administrator, St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church (Mishawaka, IN) Contact Author Platonic philosophy formed the underpinnings of the Byzantine world. According to this worldview, there is a two-tiered universe: reality exists in … Continue reading

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God Where We Are: Reflections from the Byzantine Liturgical Tradition: Part 1

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Fr. James Karepin, O.P. Chair, Ecumenism Metro Chicago (Chicago, IL) Administrator, St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church (Mishawaka, IN) Contact Author This talk was given at the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy’s June Conference, Formed for the Liturgy, Reformed by the Liturgy. … Continue reading

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