As You Celebrate, So You Live: A Liturgical Approach on Christian Ethics
Ethics in Religion | Liturgy and Worship
Paulachan Kochappilly, CMI, professor of moral theology at Dharmaram College, Bangalore India, delivered his lecture, As You Celebrate, So You Live: A Liturgical Approach to Christian Ethics, during his time as a resident scholar at the Collegeville Institute.
The Inspiration:“The liturgy is the summit toward which the activity of the Church directed; at the same time it is the font from which all her power flows” (SC 10); “The other theological disciplines be renewed through a more living contact with the mystery of Christ and the history of salvation” (OT 16); “The essential and primordial foundation of Christian morality is following Christ” (VS 19).
The Imagination: Rejoicing in the golden jubilee year of Vatican II and taking into account the changing and challenging world scenario of our times, here is a discussion on renewing and developing moral theology along the line of Conciliar teaching. At this juncture, I would prefer to call Christian ethics as the way of celebrating life in Christ.
The Insight: CHRISTIAN ETHICS AS THE WAY OF CELEBRATING LIFE IN CHRIST
As you see, so you act As you believe, so you behave As you behave, so you become
Kochappilly, Paulachan CMI, "As You Celebrate, So You Live: A Liturgical Approach on Christian Ethics" (2013). Collegeville Institute Lectures. 8.