master's thesis
Episcopal office according to the rite of ordination and the Code of Canon Law

Marko Dušak (2016)
Metadata
TitleBiskupska služba prema obredu ređenja i Zakonika kanonskog prava
AuthorMarko Dušak
Mentor(s)Zvonko Pažin (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Nauk Katoličke Crkve govori kako su biskupi nasljednici apostola, a time i predstavnici onoga koji šalje apostole, Isusa Krista. Već od prvih stoljeća biskupi imaju važnu ulogu predvoditelja kršćanskih zajednica. U ovom diplomskom radu smo krenuli od pojašnjavanja samog pojma biskup, te što je biskup značio u povijesnom razvoju Crkve. Krenuli smo na povijesno putovanje od prvih stoljeća kada je biskup bio na čelu malih zajednica, mogli bismo reći prvih župa, do srednjeg vijeka kada je biskupska služba doživjela svoju najveću slavu ali i moralnu dekadenciju, do današnjih dana kada biskupi predvode velike biskupije i organizirano djeluju u zajedništvu s Vrhovnim svećenikom, papom. Zanimljivo je primjetiti kako crkveni Oci gledaju na važnost biskupa već u prvim stoljećima kršćanstva. Vrhunac povijesnog promatranja biskupske službe bio je Drugi vatikanski sabor (1962.-1965.) koji se dosta bavio samom teologijom biskupstva. U drugom dijelu rada opisali smo Obred biskupskog ređenja, s popratnim komentarima i prijedlozima. Biskupsko ređenje je veoma značajno jer se njime ređeniku prenosi polaganjem ruku i posvetnom molitvom apostolsko nasljeđe koje seže sve do Krista. U trećem i posljednjem dijelu rada obradili smo izabrane kanone iz Zakonika kanonskog prava, iz knjige Božji narod u kojima smo popratnim komentarima prokomentirali službu biskupa općenito, obveze, odreknuće od službe, izbor novog biskupa, kao i službe pomoćnih biskupa i biskupa koadjutora.
KeywordsBishop episcopal office apostolic succession Rite of ordination auxiliary bishop bishop coadjutor
Parallel title (English)Episcopal office according to the rite of ordination and the Code of Canon Law
Committee MembersIvica Pažin (committee chairperson)
Suzana Vuletić (committee member)
Zvonko Pažin (committee member)
GranterSveučilište Josipa Jurja Strossmayera u Osijeku
Katolički bogoslovni fakultet u Đakovu
Lower level organizational unitsOdsjek za sustavnu teologiju
Katedra liturgike
PlaceĐakovo
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
Theology
Liturgics
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelintegrated undergraduate and graduate
Study programmeStudy of Philosophy and Theology
Academic title abbreviationmag.theol.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-10-03
Parallel abstract (English)
The teaching of the Catholic Church says that bishops are successors of the apostles, and by extension from that, representatives of the one who sends the same apostles, Jesus Christ. Since the very first centuries the bishops have had a very important role of being presiders of christian communities. In this paper we began from explaining the very term bishop, and what bishop meant in the historical development of the Church. We have set foot on a historical journey from the first centuries when the bishop was the head of small communities, we could say first parishes, over the middle ages when the episcopal office had the summit of its glory, but also its moral decadence, all up until today when bishops are leading large dioceses and are acting in an organized fashion in communion with the Supreme Pontiff, the pope. It is interesting to recognize how the Church Fathers view the importance of a bishop already in the first centuries of christianity. The highlight of historical observation of episcopal office was the Second Vatican Council (1962.-1965.) which dealt with the theology of episcopacy at length. In the second part of the papaer we described the Rite of episcopal ordination, with additional commentary and suggestions. Episcopal ordination is very significant because by it, by the imposition of hands and the consecratory prayer, the apostolic succession, which reaches all up to Christ, is transferred upon the ordinand. In the third and the last part we dealt with the chosen canons of the Code of Canon Law, from the book The People of God in which, by aditional comments, we have commented on the office of bishop in general, his responsibilities, the resignation, election of a new bishop, as well as offices of auxiliary bishops and bishop coadjutor.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Biskup biskupska služba apostolska sukcesija Obred ređenja pomoćni biskup biskup koadjutor
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:120:825697
CommitterAnkica Landeka