Liturgical Dance - Present Use

Present Use

Liturgical dancing during Holy Mass is forbidden by Canon Law within the Catholic and Orthodox Churches. An exception is sometimes cited in Africa where dancing has traditionally been connected to worship, but still placed outside of the disciplinary rubric of Holy Mass. Therefore, its use outside of Africa is illicit is often cited to constitute a liturgical abuse.

Liturgical dance is often cited as a contending point of modernism and its innovation on the traditional rubrics of the Holy Mass or Divine Liturgy, with its proponents often cited to have alleged liberal or progressive leanings and tendencies.

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