- *For international orders, please click on the Contact Us tab above for a shipping quote.
Sign up for email updates!
TagsAdoremus Advent Book of Concord Book review Brotherhood Prayer Book Ceremony and Celebration Christmas Christmas cards Didache Downloads Easter EP Cards Explanation of the Common Service Four Evangelists God With Us He Remembers the Barren Housekeeping Illumination Katie Schuermann Kelly Klages Kindle Latin Lent Liber Hymnorum Loehe Matthew Carver Motherhood Prayers Nativity O Antiphons Office of the Holy Ministry card Paul H.D. Lang Petersen Pless Redeemer Reviews Riojas Seed Grains of Prayer Six Chief Parts card Solemn Vespers The Holy Family The Word Remains Thy Kingdom Come Virgin and Child Wilhelm Löhe Wilken
Tag Archives: Ceremony and Celebration
“The danger of the traditional rites and ceremonies degenerating into formalism and even superstition has shown itself here and there in all ages. But the same danger is manifested in the use of nontraditional rites and ceremonies of the so-called … Continue reading
Why is it that some Christians kneel, bow, genuflect, make the sign of the cross on themselves, or hold their hands in a particular fashion during the Divine Service? These physical actions are called ceremonies, which are solemn religious actions … Continue reading
“The lighting of an Advent wreath during the Advent season is a Christian ceremony which has come down to us from about the time of Martin Luther. As before the birth of Christ the light of prophecy concerning His advent … Continue reading
And now for the last principle of the general rules of ceremony, as outlined by Paul H.D. Lang in Ceremony and Celebration. In this book, Lang discusses how the confessional Lutheran position on ceremony is based on both tradition and … Continue reading
In the two previous posts, we described the first and second principles of the general rules of ceremony as outlined by Paul Lang in Ceremony and Celebration. In this book, Lang discusses how the confessional Lutheran position on ceremony is … Continue reading
In the post just before this one, we described the first principle of the general rules of ceremony as outlined by Paul Lang in Ceremony and Celebration. In this book, Lang discusses how the confessional Lutheran position on ceremony is … Continue reading
In Ceremony and Celebration, Paul H.D. Lang discusses a broad spectrum of topics relating to Lutheran liturgical worship. In Chapter 9, he shows how the confessional Lutheran position on ceremony is based on both tradition and the Holy Scriptures. (For … Continue reading
“Communication is not limited to language. We express ourselves to others and we receive impressions from others and from God through signs and symbols. These communications by signs and symbols are often more effective than those of language. While this … Continue reading
“Ritual and ceremonial are component parts of the liturgy. They are materials of the liturgy, the things involved in doing the liturgy….Ritual refers to that part of a divine service which consists of its words, that is, the rite or … Continue reading