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The legacy of Vatican II

Author: Massimo Faggioli
Publisher: New York : Paulist Press, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This volume, a unique scholarly contribution, celebrates and studies the legacy of the Second Vatican Council by offering essays from twelve outstanding international scholars. The first studies the contributions of four Jesuit theologians at Vatican II: Card. Augustin Bea, in the biblical field and ecumenical dialogue (by Jared Wicks SJ); Henri de Lubac, in framing the relationship between the world and the Church  Read more...
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Legacy of Vatican II.
New York : Paulist Press, 2015
(DLC) 2015000485
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Massimo Faggioli
ISBN: 9780809149223 0809149222
OCLC Number: 899487961
Description: xiv, 303 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword / Mark S. Massa, SJ--
Introduction : studies on Vatican II and the future of Catholicism / Massimo Faggioli --
Themes : continuity and change in Vatican II. Vatican II revisited as reconciliation : the Francis factor / John W. O'Malley, SJ --
The priniciple of pastorality at Vatican II : challenges of a prospective interpretation of the Council / Christoph Theobald, SJ --
Continuity and discontinuity in an epochal transition of faith : the hermeneutics of Vatican II / Peter Hunermann --
Contraception and the Council : a tale of three Jesuit moralists / Leslie Woodcock Tentler --
Engagements : the Council and the public arena. Vatican II and the humility of the Church / Richard R. Gonzalez --
Liturgical reform and the public role of the Catholic Church / John F. Baldovin, SJ --
Vatican II, moral theology, and social ethics / Lisa Sowle Cahill --
Vatican II and U.S. Catholic communities : promoting grassroots democracy / Bradford E. Hinze. Figures : the Jesuits and Vatican II. Augustin Cardinal Bea, SJ : biblical and ecumenical conscience of Vatican II / Jared Wicks, SJ --
Otto Semmelroth, SJ, and the ecclesiology of the "Church as sacrament" at Vatican II / Dennis M. Doyle --
Henri de Lubac and the Church-world relationship in Gaudium et spes / Susan K. Wood, SCL --
Religious freedom in global context today : some contributions by Vatican II and John Courtney Murray / David Hollenbach, SJ --
Conclusion : a renewed hope / Andrea Vicini, SJ.
Responsibility: edited by Massimo Faggioli and Andrea Vicini, SJ.

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"This volume, a unique scholarly contribution, celebrates and studies the legacy of the Second Vatican Council by offering essays from twelve outstanding international scholars. The first studies the contributions of four Jesuit theologians at Vatican II: Card. Augustin Bea, in the biblical field and ecumenical dialogue (by Jared Wicks SJ); Henri de Lubac, in framing the relationship between the world and the Church (by Susan Wood); Otto Semmelroth, in ecclesiology (by Dennis Doyle); and John Courtney Murray, on religious freedom (by David Hollenbach, SJ). Part two reflects on the Council s key themes by focusing on continuity and change, and in particular: a theological appraisal of Vatican II (by Christoph Theobald, SJ); the relationship between theologians and bishops at Vatican II (by John O Malley, SJ); a hermeneutical approach of the Council (by Peter Huenermann); and the issue of contraception at the Council (by Leslie Woodcock Tentler). Part three examines the Council s engagements with the social and the public by studying: the Council's theology of worldy engagement (by Richard R. Gaillardetz); liturgical reform and the public role of the Catholic Church (by John F. Baldovin, SJ); the changes in moral theology and public Catholicism since Vatican II (by Lisa Sowle Cahill); and the new Catholic communities promoting grassroots democracy (by Bradford E. Hinze)."--Book description, Amazon.com.

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