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Mission and grace; essays in pastoral theology.

Author: Karl Rahner
Publisher: London, New York, Sheed and Ward [1963]-
Series: Stagbooks.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Rahner
OCLC Number: 2352438
Notes: Vols. 2- translated by Cecily Hastings and Richard Strachan.
Description: volumes 18 cm.
Contents: Vol. 1: --
The present situation of Christians --
A theological interpretation of the position of Christians in the modern world --
Theological light on basic pastoral problems --
1. The order of redemption within the order of creation --
The unity of the orders of redemption and creation --
Application to Christian living --
2. On the significance in redemptive history of the individual member of the church --
Ontology of the relationship between individuality and community --
The individual in the order of grace and the church --
Consequences --
3. Mary and the apostolate --
The need to consider the nature and the new tasks of the church --
Mary --
type of the church --
Mary --
type of the apostolate and of pastoral work --
The basic structures of the apostolate and of pastoral work --
Gold adaptation to our new situation --
4. The sacrifice of the mass and an ascesis for youth --
Two preliminary points --
The mass int he totality of Christian life --
The "mass of life" and the "church's mass" --
Education for interior actualization --
Education in the mass and an ascesis for youth --
The phases of religious life --
Co-ordination of phases with religious truths --
Youth and its understanding of the mass --
The "youthful" Christian --
Youth in the mass --
"Youthful" sacrifice --
One's "own" life in the mass --
5. The mass and television --
Preliminary --
First thesis --
Second thesis --
The microphone and the television camera --
Conclusion --
6. On developing Eucharistic devotion --
Thanksgiving after mass --
"Visits" Vol. 2: --
1. The episcopate and the primacy --
The state of the question --
The constitution of the church --
Primacy and episcopate compared with the relationship between universal church and local church --
The episcopate and charismata --
2. The parish priest --
A parish priest is a priest --
A priest tied to a locality --
3. Deacons --
Renewal of the diaconate: preliminary dogmatic considerations --
4. Men in the church --
Masculinity in the Christian message and in the church --
A rough sketch of man as differentiated from woman --
Why is religious life orientated more to women than to men? --
Excessive religious demands are not to be made on men --
Grading demands according to the degree of grace, insight, ability, milieu and age --
The categorical and transcendent elements in religion --
Men should have a share of responsibility in the church --
Tasks for men in the church --
5. The scholar --
Notes on devotion in the academic life --
6. The Christian teacher: freedom and constraint --
7. The student of theology: The problems of his training today --
The need for a re-examination of the question --
The passing of the age of enlightenment --
CHange in aptitude amongst theological students --
Lack of a theological central point --
"Scholarship" and the training of theological students --
Suggestions on the direction in which to move --
8. The layman and the religious life --
On the theological of secular institutes --
First step --
Theological investigation --
A digression --
Second step --
A theological view of states in the church --
Consequences of this for the secular institutes --
The apostolate of the laity and the secular institutes --
Conclusion Vol. 3: --
1. Paul, apostle for today --
Every Christian an apostle --
Three difficulties --
Meeting each of the three difficulties --
Every situation an apostolate --
2. Railway missions --
The new historical situation --
The unchanging task devolving upon the church and the Christian --
The new service --
3. Parish and place of work --
Historical observations --
COnsiderations of principle --
The working community as an object of pastoral care --
Limits of the "place-of-work principle" --
4. The prison pastorate --
Christ in the prisoners --
Ourselves in the prisoners --
5. On the theology of books --
6. The theological meaning of devotion to the heart of Jesus --
7. A basic Ignatian concept --
Some reflections on obedience --
various misconceptions --
True obedience --
8. Ignatian spirituality and devotion to the heart of Jesus --
Characteristics of Ignatian spirituality --
Devotion to the sacred heart as the interior counterbalance to Ignatian spirituality --
Ignatian spirituality as a true flowering of devotion to the sacred heart --
9. First mass.
Series Title: Stagbooks.
Responsibility: Translated by Cecily Hastings.

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