SLOVANSKÁ BOHOSLUŽBA V ČESKÉ ŘÍMSKOKATOLICKÉ CÍRKVI V SOUČASNOSTI JAKO CYRILOMETODĚJSKE DĚDICTVÍ
(Slavonic Liturgy in the Present‑Day Czech Roman Catholic Church As a Legacy of Cyril and Methodius)
Abstract: The article is dedicated to the phenomenon of Roman Catholic liturgy in the Church Slavonic language in Bohemia and Moravia and to the contemporary possibilities and ways of its liturgical use. In particular, the liturgical texts compiled by Vojtěch Tkadlčík in the second half of the twentieth century (traditionally called “Glagolitic Missal”) are presented in the paper. Although the Missal is only of recent origin, it directly follows the Cyrillo‑Methodian tradition from the second half of the ninth century. The liturgical text used in the Mass follows the Cyrillo‑Methodian language (Old Church Slavonic), although its form has been specifically modified on the basis of the later language development. Croatian Church Slavonic missals represent an important source for the textual composition of the Glagolitic Missal.
Author: Vepřek, Miroslav
Source: Konštatínove listy, 2016, vol. 9, number: 1, pages: 192-198 (PDF file)
Key words: CHURCH SLAVONIC, GLAGOLITIC MISSAL, VOJTĚCH TKADLČIK