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The presence of Christ in the gathered assembly

Judith Marie Kubicki

The presence of Christ in the gathered assembly

by Judith Marie Kubicki

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Published by Continuum in New York, NY .
Written in English


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StatementJudith M. Kubicki.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBT
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 179 p. ;
Number of Pages179
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22752488M
ISBN 109780826419019

When believers gather Christ is present. Why? Because you, if you are in Christ, bring the presence of Christ with you when you gather for worship, and you take the presence of Christ with you as you are sent out to serve. Of course, when two or three are gathered together in the name of Jesus, there he is in their midst. Christ in the Assembly. n Matthew’s gospel, Jesus says, “Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I I in the midst of them” (). The first way that Christ reveals his presence at Mass, therefore, is in the very. gathering of the assembly. When two or more believers come together for worship, Christ is already.

  In the celebration of the Sacraments, in fact, the subject is the Church, the Body of Christ together with its Head, that manifests itself in the concrete gathered assembly [9]. Such an assembly therefore acts ministerially – not collegially – because no group can make itself Church, but becomes Church in virtue of a call that cannot arise. As the Directory for Worship says: “Sacraments are signs of the real presence and power of Christ in the Church, symbols of God’s action” (W). If this is true, we should make every effort to ensure that they communicate the fullness, wholeness and goodness of God’s grace in Christ.

  d. As a follower of Christ you are a priest that has access to the very presence of God. But notice that unlike the OT priest that entered into the presence of God by the blood of a goat, you, NT priest, enter by the blood of Jesus (Heb. ). Verses - But ye are come unto Mount Zion, and unto the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem. Here, as in Galatians 4, Zion and Jerusalem, ideally regarded, are contrasted with foundation of the conception is in the Old Testament. When David at length won the citadel of Zion, and placed the ark upon it, it was a sort of primary and typical .


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Using the resources of several contemporary philosophical aproaches, including semiotics, phenomenology, personalism, and existentialism, the book draws attention to the forgotten or or less understood aspects of the belief in the presence of Christ in the gathered assembly and explores the implications of this belief for participating in the Cited by: 5.

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Using the resources of several contemporary philosophical aproaches, including semiotics, phenomenology, personalism, and existentialism, the book draws attention to the forgotten or or less understood aspects of the belief in the presence of Christ in the gathered assembly and explores the implications of this belief for participating in the.

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Title: The Presence of Christ in the Gathered Assembly; Author: Judith M. Kubicki; Rating: ( Vote); Publish: ; Format: Paperback; Pages: Pages; Asin: ; Language: English "At a time when there are both official and popular challenges to the Vatican II affirmation that the assembly is the primary subject of the liturgical action, Judith Kubicki's /5().

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$ ISBN (pbk). Too. Kubicki, THE PRESENCE OF CHRIST IN THE GATHERED ASSEMBLY,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei. Buy The Presence of Christ in the Gathered Assembly from The Dogmatic Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy of Vatican II reiterates the church’s traditional teaching on the manifold presence of Christ in his church, especially in liturgical celebrations: in the priest, the consecrated bread and wine, the sacraments, and when the gathered church prays and : $   And, more immediately, I’ve just read a book by the Fordham theologian Judith M.

Kubicki, CSSF, entitled The Presence of Christ in the Gathered Assembly (), to which this post will be indebted. (I’ll probably post on her treatment of. gathered assembly’s ability to recognize Christ’s presence in their midst. Thus, while eucharistic presence is the focus of this article, its main concern is exploring an understanding of Christ’s presence not as it is privileged in the sacred species of bread and wine, but as it is perceived and symbolized by and within the liturgical.

It is appropriate for the members of the assembly to greet each other in the gathering space of the church (that is, the vestibule or narthex), but it is not appropriate to speak in loud or boisterous tones in the body of the church (that is, the nave) because of the presence of Christ.

The Assembled People. Christ is present in the group of people who gather to offer the Mass. Not only did Jesus promise to be with his followers whenever they gathered in his name, but the people who gather at Mass are members of the Church, the Body of Christ, his continuing presence in the world.

"The Presence of Christ in the Gathered Assembly" published on 01 Jan by Brill. In the same assembly of the faithful who is gathered in his name “where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them” 20 Why is the presence of Christ in the Eucharist so unique and incomparable.

Because although he is hidden under the form of the Eucharistic species, Jesus Christ. Last week we started a series of posts in which we are re-examining well-known passages of Scripture. This week we will look at Hebrews“not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some ” (NKJV).This passage is often cited to rebuke those who “miss church,” but is that really what the writer of Hebrews had in mind.

Table of contents for The presence of Christ in the gathered assembly / Judith M. Kubicki. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated. The presence of Christ was as true and mighty, His communion with His Church as real, when His followers were but as a remnant, as when they were gathered in the great congregation.

He would be with the "two or three" (there is, perhaps, a special reference to the self-same words in Matthew ), to plead for them as the great High Priest.

Gathered By God Last Judgment What Heaven Will Be Like God, As Judge Christ The Firstborn Restored In Jesus Christ The Judgement Involves Firstborn Names Written In Heaven Perfection, Human Purgatory to the general assembly and church of the firstborn who are enrolled in heaven, and to God, the Judge of all, and to the spirits of the righteous.

The Portland Police Bureau declared an unlawful assembly Saturday night when people gathered outside a police precinct in Oregon's largest city and threw bottles towards officers.

Until that point. Instead of God’s presence being restricted to the Holy of Holies and guarded by priests, God now dwells in all of his people by the Spirit, and Christ is present to his people wherever they gather (Matt.

Instead of performing an elaborate series of sacrifices and offerings, Christians gather to hear the Word, preach the Word, pray the. Christ then--not the Holy Ghost, but Christ is in the midst of His gathered saints.

The Holy Ghost acts through the individual members of the body of Christ, ministering for the edification of the saints by whom He will, and dwells in the house of God; but it is Christ.Church means "gathered" ones.

The church is the "called out" ones. The term "church" in its most basic meaning is an "assembly" or "gathering." The church is not an institution. It is really a living entity.

It is a Body of members. Membership is not so much stated as it is demonstrated.Given that Jesus was the incarnation of God’s presence, and the church was birthed out of Christ and is thus his body—the church would be the designation of God’s manifested presence .