Conference papers and proceedings
Catholic identity and the laity.
Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©2009
|描述：||vii, 264 pages ; 21 cm.|
|内容：||From baptismal font to ministry : the surprising story of laity stirring the church / Dolores R. Leckey --
"Be holy for I am holy" : clothing ourselves in our biblical identity--1 Peter 1:13-2:10 / Carol J. Dempsey --
How we hold one another : spiritual practices, accountability, and the recovery of lay identity / Thomas F. Burke --
"To be holy in the world" : the influence of Yves Congar on the spirituality and practice of the community of Sant'Egidio / Laurie Johnston --
Sex and love as a pathway to God : toward a vision of the Catholic vocation of marriage today / Ann M. Michaud --
Justice, peace, and Catholic identity in Archbishop Hunthausen's letter on matrimony / James T. Cross --
Is there a light under that bushel? Hidden Christian identity in Wise blood and The moviegoer / Jonathan Malesic --
The social teaching of Pope Benedict XVI : clergy, laity, and the church's mission for justice / John Sniegocki --
The liturgy as a basis for Catholic identity, just war theory, and the presumption against war / Tobias Winright --
The Sensus fidei and lay authority in the Roman Catholic Church / Carolyn Weir Herman --
Catholic identity, Faithful citizenship, and the laity / Angela Senander --
"Save our church!" : resistance to parish restructuring as a practical ecclesiology / William A. Clark ---
Snapshots of laity in mission : consciousness of responsibility for ministry and identity / Zeni Fox --
Lay? Ministry? Christian mission in a pluralistic world / Edward P. Hahnenberg --
Lay ecclesial ministry in theological and relational context : a study of ministry formation documents / William H. Johnston --
Maturity and the lay vocation : from ecclesiology to ecclesiality / Paul Lakeland.
|丛书名：||Annual publication of the College Theology Society, v. 54.|
|责任：||Tim Muldoon, editor.|
This work features original essays which explore the role of the laity within the Catholic Church and the nature of Catholic identity.