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The Church in anguish : has the Vatican betrayed Vatican II?

Author: Hans Küng; Leonard J Swidler
Publisher: San Francisco : Harper & Row, ©1987.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Ouvrages de controverse
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Church in anguish.
San Francisco : Harper & Row, c1987
(OCoLC)572546956
Named Person: John Paul, Pope; Benedict, Pope; Jean-Paul, pape; Benoît, pape
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Küng; Leonard J Swidler
ISBN: 0062548271 9780062548276
OCLC Number: 16578510
Description: x, 324 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: On the state of the Catholic Church: or why a book like this is necessary / Hans Küng. --
I. The Church universal: the negative impact of a repressive regime. --
Fortress Catholicism: Wojtyla's Polish roots / Adam Nowotny. --
A man of contradictions? The early writings of Karol Wojtyla / Ronald Modras. --
The peripatetic pope: a new centralizing of power / Paul Collins. --
Cardinal Ratzinger, Pope Wojtyla, and fear at the Vatican: an open word after a long silence / Hans Küng. --
Joseph Ratzinger's "Nightmare theology" / Hermann Häring. --
The new canon law --
the same old system: preconciliar spirit in postconciliar formulation / Kunt Walf. --
Defaming the historical-critical method / Georg Schelbert. Moral doctrine at the cost of morality? The Roman documents of recent decades and the lived convictions of Christians / Dietmar Mieth. --
"Liberation" from liberation theology? Motives and aims of the antagonists and defamers of liberation theology / Norbert Greinacher. --
Return of the "Old" catechism? Roman offensives against the new religious education / Wolfang Bartholomäus. --
A protestant look at an aggressive papacy / Robert McAfee Brown. --
II. Theologians and religious victims. --
The context: breaking reform by breaking theologians and religions. --
A continuous controversy: Küng in conflict / Leonard Swidler. --
Jacques Pohier: a theologian destroyed / Jean-Pierre Jossua. The endless case of Edward Schillebeeckx / Ad Willems. --
Summons to Rome / Leonard Boff and Clodovis Boff. --
The Curran Case: conflict between Rome and the moral theologian / Bernard Häring. --
John Paul II, U.S. women religious and the Saturnian complex / Madonna Kolbenschlag. --
III. The Church American: the negative impact of a repressive regime. --
The American scene: a would-be wasteland. --
On hope as a theological virtue in American Catholic theology / David Tracy. --
Destructive tensions in moral theology / Charles E. Curran. --
John Paul II and the growing alienation of women from the church / Rosemary Radford Ruether. --
The lay reaction / Andrew M. Greeley. Women and seminaries / Arlene Anderson Swidler. --
Theology in Catholic higher education / Richard P. McBrien. --
The problem that has no name / Eugene C. Kennedy. --
Democracy, dissent, and dialogue: a Catholic vocation / Leonard Swidler.
Responsibility: edited by Hans Küng and Leonard Swidler.

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