In the many years following international battle II, sleek structure unfold world wide along elevated modernization, urbanization, and postwar reconstruction—and it will definitely gained common attractiveness. yet because the boundaries of traditional conceptions of modernism grew to become obvious, glossy structure has come below expanding feedback. during this number of essays, skilled and rising students take a clean examine postwar sleek structure through asking what it intended to be "modern," what position smooth structure performed in developing glossy identities, and who sanctioned (or was once sanctioned through) modernism in architecture.
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Already lower than Pope Pius XII, modest reforms resembling the recovery of the Paschal Vigil to the night of Holy Saturday have been represented in that mild. ¹ Odo Casel’s vintage publication Das christliche 168 Kulic Pages1. indd 168 3/19/14 10:02 AM modernism and the idea that of reform Kultmysterium (1932) articulated a perception of worship grounded in an aﬃnity with the secret cults—an aﬃnity that used to be famous via Christian writers as early because the 3rd century, totally manifested in Cyril of Jerusalem’s Mystagogical Catechesis, and enshrined in Leo the Great’s dictum, “What was once noticeable within the Lord has omitted into the mysteries” (meaning the liturgy), or Ambrose’s extra succinct “I ﬁnd you on your mysteries. ”² If different liturgical reformers sought to revive details of early Christian worship, Casel wanted to revive an early notion of its spirit. no longer coincidentally, a few of the best voices in midtwentieth-century liturgical reform have been these of liturgical historians. Josef A. Jungmann’s sizeable survey of The Mass of the Roman ceremony made all these desirous about liturgy extra keenly conscious of the ways that the mass were replaced. ³ In and past the Anglican Church, Dom Gregory Dix’s booklet the form of the Liturgy (ﬁrst released in 1945) had profound inﬂuence. ⁴ One key subject of Dix’s paintings used to be the transformation of the liturgy within the fourth and ﬁfth centuries after the conversion of Constantine and the inﬂux of multitudes into the Church and into the church buildings. The Eucharist had initially been a company motion of the complete congregation: celebrants, deacons, and congregations all performed an energetic function. within the post-Constantinian period, it turned more and more clericalized as “something which the clergy have been imagined to do for the laity. ”⁵ The celebrant had formerly been given the function of talking the Eucharistic prayer, yet new prayers assigned to the clergy have been now extended. The people’s oﬀertory used to be deserted. Lay communion declined in frequency. The synaxis (with its scriptural readings) grew to become fused with the Eucharist, and the passivity of the laity within the synaxis grew to become transferred to the Eucharist itself. The laity turned hearers—and whilst Latin turned a really expert language understood in basic terms by way of the clergy, listening to turned less significant and seeing turned extra so. In tracing this innovative relegation of the laity to a passive position, Dix strengthened a feeling that were vital to liturgical reform from the outset: that old swap needs to be undone and previous, extra genuine norms reinstated. Liturgical reform used to be considerably, instead of eclectically, historicist: on issues starting from using the vernacular to the location of the altar, the location of the priest on the altar, and the posture of communicants (whether kneeling or standing), it appealed continually to the authority of historic perform. ⁶ the main inﬂuential theorists of church structure within the mid-twentieth century, in contrast to liturgists and liturgical historians, made no declare to be advocating a go back to a golden age.