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Louvain, Belgium, and beyond : studies in religious history in honour of Leo Kenis

Author: Leo Kenis; M Lamberigts; Ward De Pril
Publisher: Leuven (Belgium) : Peeters, 2018. ©2018
Series: Bibliotheca Ephemeridum theologicarum Lovaniensium, 299.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The scholarship of Leo Kenis has been characterised by methodological rigour and a broad-ranging interest in the history of church, theology and religion in the 19th and the 20th centuries. His most valued contributions concern the history of the Louvain Faculty of Theology, the crises of Modernism and 'Nouvelle théologie', the Second Vatican Council and the post-conciliar transformations of the Catholic Church in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Church history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leo Kenis; M Lamberigts; Ward De Pril
ISBN: 9789042936522 9042936525
OCLC Number: 1077247411
Language Note: Contributions in French or English.
Description: xviii, 517, 8 pages : 1 color portrait ; 24 cm.
Contents: Leo Kenis, professor of history of church and theology / Mathijs Lamberigts, Ward de Pril --
The ancient faculty of theology. The sixteenth century Louvain faculty of theology and the debate about Bible reading in the vernacular: the positions of Cornelius Jansenius 'of Ghent' and Josse Ravesteyn 'of Tielt' / Wim François --
Viri docti et periti rerum divinarum: Leuven theologians, ecclesiastical reform and the 'episcopal turn' in the early modern Low Countries / Gert Gielis --
A protestant polemist among the alumni of the Leuven faculty of theology: Henricus Boxhornius during the Eighty Years War in the Low Countries / Violet Soen --
A manual for future pastors: the Pastor bonus of Johannes Opstraet / Els Agten --
The modernist crisis. Pius X, Cardinal Rafael Merry del Val and the case of George Tyrrell / Claus Arnold --
Points of view : Joseph Turmel and Alfred Loisy on second-century Christianity / Charles J.T. Talar --
La Revue bénédictine (Maredsous) à travers la crise moderniste (1903-1914) / Luc Courtois --
Portraits of a modernist conscience: William Laurence Sullivan's The priest (1911) and Mary Ward's The case of Richard Meynell (1911) / Ernestine van der Wall --
Christianity and the journey to modernity: the French connection / James J. Kelly --
La succession du Cardinal Mercier et la nomination de Mgr Van Roey / Jan de Volder --
Religious orders abroad and at home. Une page oubliée dans l'histoire des Semaines de missiologie de Louvain: Les origines et les débuts au Théologat des Pères de Scheut en 1923 et 1924 / Dries Vanysacker --
Missionary engagements of the CICM missionaries in the Cordillera Region in northern Luzon, Philippines / Michael G. Layugan --
Reform without improvement: "donatism" in the Belgian Capuchin Province (1925-1945) / Anton Milh --
Vatican II: preparation and implementation. La Congrégation Notre-Dame de Sion et la déclaration Nostra Aetate: Contribution à l'histoire des origines lointaines du concile Vatican II / Philippe Roy-Lysencourt --
J.H. Newman et l'œcuménisme catholique avant Vatican II / Karim Schelkens --
The historiography of twentieth-century theological renewal: the debate on Nouvelle théologie / Ward de Pril --
Age-old religious orders: birthplaces of 'new theology' (c. 1935-1965)? / Jürgen Mettepenningen --
Breaking the vow of academic monasticism: Leuven theologians entering the public square (1945-1956) / Dries Bosschaert --
Solages versus Garrigou-Lagrange (1947) / Étienne Fouilloux --
Les mouvements réformateurs du XVIe siècle à la lumière de l'étude d'Yves Congar sur le renouveau de l'Église / Marcel Gielis --
Sentire ecclesiam : the role of the Jesuits in disseminating the spirit of the second Vatican council among young people in Flanders (ca. 1958-ca. 1975) / Jan de Maeyer --
Louvain (1966-1968). Le rôle de Mgr E.J. De Smedt, évêque de Bruges, dans la "scission" de l'Université catholique de Louvain : Une chronique entre 1966 et 1968 / Leo Declerck --
A faculty of theology in upheaval : the process of separation and renewal at the Catholic University of Leuven / Lieve Gevers --
Sparsa Collecta. Mystical themes in the work of Jean-Nicolas Grou (1731-1803) : a Jesuit of the era of the French Revolution and the suppression of the society of Jesus / Rob Faesen --
Cardinal Dechamps' defense of the church and papal infallibility / Jairzinho Lopes Pereira.
Series Title: Bibliotheca Ephemeridum theologicarum Lovaniensium, 299.
Other Titles: Studies in religious history
Responsibility: edited by Mathijs Lamberigts, Ward de Pril.

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The scholarship of Leo Kenis has been characterised by methodological rigour and a broad-ranging interest in the history of church, theology and religion in the 19th and the 20th centuries. His most valued contributions concern the history of the Louvain Faculty of Theology, the crises of Modernism and 'Nouvelle théologie', the Second Vatican Council and the post-conciliar transformations of the Catholic Church in Belgium and Western Europe.0This volume collects twenty-five contributions from Louvain and international colleagues working in the same field of expertise, who are all familiar with the research of Leo Kenis. Four domains of his expertise are addressed in this volume: the history of the (Ancient) Louvain Faculty of Theology, the Modernist Crisis, the history of religious orders abroad, and at home and the preparation and implementation of the Second Vatican Council. These contributions honour and extend the research of Leo Kenis as a Louvain scholar in religious history.

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