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The contemporary Christian anthropology describes man as a psychosomatic, ontologically
coherent unity composed of essentially different body and soul. The author introduces the changes
referring to bodily activities in liturgy, emphasising the turnabout observed in this sphere due to
the reforms carried out by Vatican II called, from time to time, the “anthropological turn” in the
history of liturgy of the Roman-Catholic Church.