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The Eucharistic Sacrifice in Dumitru Stăniloae’s Theology with a Referential Point at the Mysterienlehre of Odo Casel Florentin AdriAn Crăciun* In the last century both Orthodox and Catholic theologians have improved their reflection on the Eucharistic sacrifice in a critical manner in regard to the Latin medieval or scholastic theology. They have also developed their thinking in a theological dialogue involving the Eastern and Western mentalities, which could show different approaches but also lots of similarities. The relation between the Eucharistic

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“Ὁ Χριστὸς, μυστικῶς ἱερουργούμενος ἐν ταῖς ἁγίαις σκηναῖς”1 – Fr. Dumitru Staniloae and the Rediscovering and Reinterpreting St. Cyril of Alexandria’s Teaching About the State of Perpetual Sacrifice of Jesus Christ Ciprian ioan Streza* Father Dumitru Staniloae’s complex and integral vision on the Holy Liturgy comprises all the dimensions of life in the church; it constitutes the object of this study, which intends to re-interpret, systematize, and evaluate the teaching of St. Cyril of Alexandria concerning the importance of the Eucharistic Synaxis in the

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References Bentoiu, P. (1968). Jertfirea Ifigeniei , operă radiofonică pentru voci, orgă și percuție [Iphigenia’s sacrifice, a radio opera for voices, organ and percusssion] (manuscript). Bentoiu, A. (2016). Timpul ce ni s-a dat [The Time that Was Given to Us], 2. București: Vitruviu. Beloiu, N. (1969). Opera radiofonică „Jertfirea Ifigeniei” de Pascal Bentoiu [Radio opera Iphigenia’s sacrifice by Pascal Bentoiu]. Muzica, 4 , 12-16. București: Editura Muzicală. Ciocârlie, A. (2013). Dramaturgii români și Antichitatea [The Romanian dramatists and the

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In this paper, I present two very different and yet very similar ethnographic examples of mountain-related pilgrimage and sacrifice ritual performed by the present-day highland Maya. The question I ask is why the sense of sacredness, animation and power of the mountains endures among the traditionalist as well as Pentecostal Maya in spite of the extensive transformations of the world today. In so doing, I examine the native concept of the mountain not merely as a social or cultural representation, but as an expression of everyday lived experiences and existential relationships between people and the physical and spiritual world they inhabit. Finally, I argue that the experience of interaction, communication and intimacy between the Maya and their mountain deities can be best defined as a dynamic participation in the course of the world – an existential economy of ‘working the world’.