„Siedzieć jak na tureckim kazaniu”, czyli o trudnym języku kazań


“To seat like a lemon” or on a difficult language of sermons Listening to sermons is getting more and more difficult for a contemporary man. This may be due to the growing discrepancy between language used and understood by listeners and the language of preachers. The language of sermons and homilies is the literary one in its normative-anddidactic form. The official teaching of the Church shows that a considerable importance is attributed to the verbal sphere of preaching. The language of preaching should be correct, esthetic and contemporary. Also, it should be adequate, which is congruent with the reality it describes. In the preaching of the Word of God the content is the most important. The form of the utterance should serve the content.

Published : 2014-01-01

SzewczykL. (2014). „Siedzieć jak na tureckim kazaniu”, czyli o trudnym języku kazań. Logopedia Silesiana, (3). Retrieved from https://www.journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/LOGOPEDIASILESIANA/article/view/3173

Leszek Szewczyk  logopediasilesiana@us.edu.pl
dr hab. nauk teologicznych w zakresie homiletyki, prezbiter archidiecezji katowickiej, dyplomowany logopeda. Jest adiunktem w Zakładzie Liturgiki i Homiletyki Wydziału Teologicznego Uniwersytetu Śląskiego w Katowicach. W swym dorobku ma m.in. publikacje: Recepcja liturgicznego wymiaru homilii. Studium homiletyczne w świetle przepowiadania kapłanów archidiecezji katowickiej w latach 1972–1999 (Katowice 2003); Odnowa przepowiadania słowa Bożego w (archi)diecezji katowickiej po Soborze Watykańskim II. Studium homiletyczne (Katowice 2009).

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