Engish: There is an old and dynamic relationship between cult and context. This relationship
implies that worship is not experienced in a void. A contextual approach must take into
consideration the rise and fall of post-modern saints, where the power of symbols
can also be seen. This article considers liturgy as a creative process. The liturgical
meaning of symbols are also investigated. There is a specific focus on the symbolism
of the Holy Communion. The focus also falls on the Kyrie, the Gloria and the
Agnus Dei. Reformed liturgy has placed the Kyrie and the Gloria amongst confessions
and mercy declarations. The Kyrie and the Gloria are entwined, and this can
be seen in the invocation of commiseration that flows out into the praise of the commiseration.
This article states the case for the use of Kyrie, the Gloria and the Agnus
Dei during Holy Communion.