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The chair of Saint Peter : a history of the papacy

Author: William J La Due
Publisher: Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©1999.
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The Chair of Saint Peter surveys the history of the papal office from the first century to the current papacy of Pope John Paul II. At the approach of the third millennium, the office of the papacy remains a vital sign of unity in the Catholic church and a link with the earliest church. But the papal office in its current form is the product of a long and conflicted history of evolution. The Chair of Saint Peter is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
La Due, William J.
Chair of Saint Peter.
Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©1999
(OCoLC)608505016
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William J La Due
ISBN: 1570752494 9781570752490
OCLC Number: 40398070
Description: x, 374 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Models of Church in the New Testament. Pauline Model. Model in Luke-Acts. Matthean Model. Johannine Model. Church in the Pastorals --
2. Developments from I Clement to Pope Stephen I ca. 95 A.D. to 257. Monarchical Episcopate in Rome. Bishop Cyprian of Carthage (d. 258) --
3. Expansion of the Papal Office 257 to 590. Early Conciliar Activity. Pope Leo I (440-61). Doctrinal Divisions after Chalcedon (451). Pope Vigilius (537-55) and the "Three Chapters" Italy Invaded by the Lombards (568) --
4. Pope Turns to the West 590 to 1000. Pope Gregory I's Administration. New Difficulties with Byzantium (649-752). Popes and the Merovingian Kingdom. Popes and Charlemagne. Iconoclast Controversy.
Responsibility: William J. La Due.

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The Chair of Saint Peter surveys the history of the papal office from the first century to the current papacy of Pope John Paul II. At the approach of the third millennium, the office of the papacy remains a vital sign of unity in the Catholic church and a link with the earliest church. But the papal office in its current form is the product of a long and conflicted history of evolution. The Chair of Saint Peter is an essential resource for future discussions about the shape of the church to come.

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