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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Ministries in the church.
London : SCM Press, c2010
|Named Person:||Edward Schillebeeckx|
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Susan A Ross; Diego Irarrázaval; P D Murray; Maria Clara Lucchetti Bingemer
|Notes:||"Edited by Susan Ross, Maria Clara Bingemer, and Paul Murray"--Cover.
Most articles in this issue were originally presented at a symposium of the Editorial Board of Concilium entitled "Ministries in the Church : North-South dialogue," held in June 2009 at Loyola University in Chicago--Cf. p. 7.
|Description:||139 p. ; 22 cm.|
Foundations of ministries. The foundation of all ministry : service to the poor and victims in a North-South world / Jon Sobrino --
Creating spaces of salvation : Walter Kasper's ministry and soteriology / Jeffrey Kirch --
Lay and ordained ministries. Baptism as the source of Christian ministry : the example of the base communities / Maria Clara Bingemer --
The need for an integrated theology of ministry within contemporary Catholicism : a global North perspective / Paul Murray --
The lay ecclesial minister : is s/he a theological monster? / Paul Lakeland --
The diversity of ministries. A Pauline paradigm of partnership / Paba Nidhani de Andrado --
Structures of hope in a fractured world : the ministry of the international Catholic youth movements / Kevin Ahern --
Theological education as ministry in the Church : problems and promises / Emily Reimer-Barry --
¡Despierta Iglesia! : reconfiguring theologies of ministry Latinamente / Carmen Nanko-Fernández --
Theological forum. Doing theology in the context of globalization : African perspectives / Eunice Karanja Kamaara ... [et al.] --
Why we stay(ed) / Sandra Schneiders --
Edward Schillebeeckx, O.P., 1914-2009. In memoriam / Erik Borgman --
My valediction to a friend and theologian / Hans Küng.
|Series Title:||Concilium (Glen Rock, N.J.), 2010/1.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Susan Ross, Diego Irarrázabal, and Paul Murray.|
'The reason why Concilium is unique, precious and catholic is that it is an international theological review with articles written by authors from all over the world. It helps reader to move beyond