By Yves Congar
Father Congar exposes and clarifies the political, cultural, and ecclesiological heritage to the good schism that divided japanese and Western Christianity within the eleventh century.
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Until this time, the dominant type of teaching or study had been of a contemplative or monastic nature, linked with the liturgical life of the abbeys new type of teaching and study, of an academic and rational nature which was soon to take the place of the former. Here the significant Now, or cathedrals. incident to go to there was added a of Abailard leaving the cloister of Notre-Dame Mont Ste. Genevieve, where our great schools arose. is that In the East, on the other hand, the teaching and study of theology, and even of philosophy, kept its religious status.
It is then not merely a collection of liturgical rubrics but includes the theology as well as the whole organization of the ecclesiastical and religious it is the Christian Fundamentally then, perceived and felt in a particular itself its Now, own personal, life manner of of a people. life itself, collectively way and which communal manner of for a long time the people creates for expression. and the clergy maintained of profound spiritual liberty in regard to rite. It has been shown how, even in the second half of the Sixth Century and beyond into the beginnings of the Thirteenth, one passed a kind easily from the East to the West and vice versa, celebrating the mass with the people of any particular place, in their 34 CULTURAL FACTORS 18 language and according to their rubrics.
49 Aside from a whole literature on "the Russian all Soul," of this has had the result of in- creasing and crystallizing the consciousness of being quite different from the Westerners, and in many respects has even widened the breach. It is clear that such "absolutisations" would destroy of local and cul- of one day reuniting the separated communities into one communion. Assuredly, the accentuation of cultural peculiarities has been tural elements both the cause and the effect Dom 50 Nicholas perspicacity the Israel, its way possibility of schism.