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Monika K. Hellwig : the people's theologian

Author: Dolores R Leckey; Kathleen Dolphin
Publisher: Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Though Monika Hellwig is well known in theological circles, what is not so widely known is how theology led her into a whole new way of life. Refugees from the Nazis, Monika and her two sisters were sent as children to live in Great Britain with an academic couple who provided them with a loving home and an excellent education. The notion of home became a central motif in Hellwig's spiritual/theological  Read more...
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Named Person: Monika Hellwig; Monika Hellwig
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dolores R Leckey; Kathleen Dolphin
ISBN: 9780814656969 081465696X 9780814657300 0814657303
OCLC Number: 457164793
Notes: A Michael Glazier book.
Description: xvii, 104 pages : illustrations, photographs ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface / Keith J. Egan --
Introduction / Dolores R. Leckey --
A friend for life / Gerard Sloyan --
Monika as colleague / William C. McFadden --
Affinity to the uprooted and the deprived : understanding Monika Hellwig's motherhood / Evelyn Haught --
Welcomed to wisdom's feast: memories of Monika as professor and mentor / Rosemary P. Carbine --
Monika Hellwig and Christian life communities at Georgetown University / Lee Nelles Leonhardy --
The Catholicity of Monika Hellwig / John C. Haughey --
Monika Hellwig, parishioner / Suzanne Clark.
Responsibility: edited by Dolores R. Leckey and Kathleen Dolphin.

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Though Monika Hellwig is well known in theological circles, what is not so widely known is how theology led her into a whole new way of life. Refugees from the Nazis, Monika and her two sisters were sent as children to live in Great Britain with an academic couple who provided them with a loving home and an excellent education. The notion of home became a central motif in Hellwig's spiritual/theological understanding of life. - from back cover.

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