Nicholas Cabasilas: The Sacramental Experience of the Faithful and Hesychasm

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dc.contributor.author Kobelyukh, Klara Nadiya
dc.date.accessioned 2018-01-23T13:15:25Z
dc.date.available 2018-01-23T13:15:25Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.citation Klara N. Kobelyukh, «Nicholas Cabasilas: The Sacramental Experience of the Faithful and Hesychasm» // Traditions recomposées : Liturgie et doctrine en harmonie ou en tension, Semaines d'Études Liturgiques Saint-Serge (SÉtL), Actes édités par André Lossky et Heinzgerd Brakmann avec la collaboration de Barbara Hallensleben, vol. 63 (Studia Oecumenica Friburgensia 80) / ред. A. Lossky, G. Sekulovski, Münster: Aschendorff Verlag 2017, 49-65. uk
dc.identifier.isbn 978-3-402-12025-5
dc.identifier.uri http://er.ucu.edu.ua/handle/1/1184
dc.description Liturgical symbolism of Nicholas Cabasilas uk
dc.language.iso en uk
dc.publisher Münster: Aschendorff Verlag uk
dc.rights CC0 1.0 Universal *
dc.rights.uri http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ *
dc.subject sacramental experience uk
dc.subject harmony uk
dc.subject spiritual senses uk
dc.subject sacraments uk
dc.subject grace uk
dc.subject presence uk
dc.subject participation uk
dc.subject union uk
dc.subject liturgy uk
dc.subject liturgical (life, context, space, prayers, symbolism, rites) uk
dc.title Nicholas Cabasilas: The Sacramental Experience of the Faithful and Hesychasm uk
dc.type Article uk
dc.status Публікується вперше uk
dc.description.abstracten In his two main works, The Life in Christ, and A Commentary on the Divine Liturgy, Cabasilas points out that the mystery of Christ, while unseen, is at the same time perceived, experienced and present in the liturgical and sacramental life of His Church. The individual, in fact, must be born and perfect himself and his faith through the experience of a personal encounter with God in the liturgy. Sacramental experience is essential here: indeed, for Cabasilas, the sacraments are the doors through which God’s grace enters into a man. Thus, the author explains how to prepare one’s own spiritual senses to be receptive of this grace. If we do not prepare them in the present life, in the future life we will be blind and unable to feel all the happiness God prepared to us. It is in the sacred mysteries that we receive the inner eye and we should use it to see God’s light and gain a deeper knowledge of divine things, so to speak, and whoever does not develop this inner sight becomes spiritually sterile. The prayers and rites of the liturgy prepare man to receive God’s grace and to activate it through liturgical participation and the practice of the virtues; at the same time, it is Christ’s presence that sanctifies man through the liturgy. The liturgical symbolism helps the physical eyes to see the plenitude of divine mercy in the liturgical actions in a way that the mind becomes consonant with it, meditating Christ’s work of salvation. It is in the way that the soul becomes enflamed with God’s love. The sanctity of the Church is thus conceived not as a perfection already achieved, but as the path to perfection. Everything is already given by Christ, and the action of grace cannot be hindered by any human fault, even if it can be blocked by man’s negligence. uk
dc.relation.source Traditions recomposées : Liturgie et doctrine en harmonie ou en tension, Semaines d'Études Liturgiques Saint-Serge (SÉtL), Actes édités par André Lossky et Heinzgerd Brakmann avec la collaboration de Barbara Hallensleben, vol. 63 uk


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