Advanced Studies in Liturgical Spirituality: The Paschal Mystery
The course develops an historical overview of the spirituality of liturgy, highlighting the importance of its Trinitarian base with an emphasis on the paschal mystery. The pastoral emphasis of this course seeks to link liturgy with contemporary living.
Faculty of Education and Arts
School of Humanities and Social Science
Not currently offered
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of foundational aspects of Christian life and theology;
- Analyse key approaches to the study a liturgical spirituality as part of the continuing development of Christian thought and praxis;
- Demonstrate a deeper understanding of, and appreciation for theology as the expression of a changing Christian identity under the pressure of different social contexts, by thorough use of selected rituals of worship.
- Examine and discuss the significant role of the Trinity in worship and the practical implications of the Paschal Mystery for Christian living;
- Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the Christian life and contemporary culture through the integration of liturgy and advanced Studies in life.
Themes will include:
- The development of an understanding of liturgical spirituality;
- The place of the Trinity in prayer and worship;
- The paschal mystery - the heart of a liturgical spirituality;
- Prayer and ritual in the Christian life;
- ‘lex orandi lex credendi’;
- Prayer of the Church and the Liturgical Year serving the needs of contemporary Christians;
- Developing a link between contemporary culture and liturgy.
- This course replaces THEO6019. If you have successfully completed THEO6019 you cannot enrol in this course.
||This course replaces the following course(s): THEO6019. Students who have successfully completed THEO6019 are not eligible to enrol in RELT6019.
||An introductory course of study in worship and spirituality, whilst not demanded, would be an advantage for a student undertaking this unit.
- Online Learning Activity: Written Assignment/Online Discussion
- Online Learning Activity: Written Assignment/Blog Based Submission
- Essay: Essay
- Self-Directed Learning: for 130 hour(s) per Term
2016 Course Timetables for RELT6019