Charism and liturgy : The paths do connect
Sultmann, Bill. (2021). Charism and liturgy : The paths do connect. Liturgy News. 51(4), p. 12.
[Extract] We often hear the statement, ‘she or he is a charismatic person’. An initial interpretation of charism is usually associated with an individual who has compelling characteristics. Charism is typically related to a religious figure who attracts followers and becomes emblematic of an entire community. However the term charism in light of the Gospel and the tradition of the Church is somewhat different; in this context, charism, interpreted broadly, is a gift to the community, and an insight into the Gospel that adds value to the community and is evidenced practically in the works of the community.
|Keywords||charism; liturgy; Gospel|
|Journal citation||51 (4), p. 12|
|Web address (URL)||https://www.liturgybrisbane.net.au/resources/liturgy-news/issues/vol-51-no-4-summer-2021/|
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