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Priesthood : a history of ordained ministry in the Roman Catholic Church

Author: Kenan B Osborne
Publisher: New York : Paulist Press, [1989], ©1988.
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An overview of the history of the sacrament of Holy Orders not only for Roman Catholic clergy, but for clergy throughout the Christian world. It will help all of those in ministry to understand the relationships between laity and clergy more deeply, and it carefully delineates the deeper theological significance of women in ministry. By considering the ordained ministry from the standpoint of Jesus as the primordial  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenan B Osborne
ISBN: 0809130327 9780809130320
OCLC Number: 18463701
Description: vii, 388 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Part One: The ministry of Jesus --
1. The characteristics of Jesus' own ministry --
Jesus' ministry is from God --
Jesus' ministry is a ministry of love --
Jesus' ministry is a ministry of service --
The political aspect of Jesus' ministry --
The ministry of Jesus was a preaching ministry --
2. A description of the message of the earthly ministry of Jesus --
The return of the quenched Spirit --
Overcoming the rule of satan --
The dawn of the kingdom of God --
The poor have the good news preached to them --
3. A description of the ministry of the risen Jesus --
4. Summary --
Part two: An ecclesiological presupposition --
1. Jesus established a church in a fairly detailed way --
2. The church dates from the resurrection --
3. Summary --
Part three: Ministry: 27 to 110 a.d. --
1. The New testament churches --
2. Presbyter and episkopos --
3. The twelve and the apostles --
4. Prophet and teacher --
5. Deacon --
6. The other titles of ministry --
7. The new testament and the issue of ordination --
8. The ministry of the episkopos at rome --
9. The eucharist and its relationship to new testament ministry --
10. Apostolic succession --
11. Summary --
Excursus: On the question of the new testament and the ordination of women --
Part four: Ministry in the second Christian century 90 to 210 a.d. --
1. The naming and function of Christian ministry --
The didache --
The first letter of clement --
Ignatius of Antioch --
Polycarp's letter to the Philippians --
The letter of barnabas --
The shepherd of hermas --
St. Justin, the apologist --
St. Irenaeus of lyons --
Origen, tertullian, hippolytus, and the author of the didascalia apostolorum --
2. Ordination to ministry --
Ordination of an epishopos --
Ordination of a presbyter --
Ordination of a deacon --
Teachers and prophets --
5. Ministry in the high patristic church: 210 to 600 a.d. 1. Theological development of apostolic succession --
Apostolic origin --
Apostolic teaching --
Apostolic hierarchical succession --
2. A process of increased clericalization --
3. A process of theologizing --
4. A process of increased ministerial diversification --
Part six: Ministry in the early medieval church: 600 to 1000 a.c. --
1. The division of the eastern and western Christian churches --
2. The Frankish structuring of ministry --
3. The papal structuring of the ministry --
4. Other factors bearing on the issue of ordained ministry --
5. Summary --
Excursus: minor orders: an historical survey --
Part seven: Ministry in the scholastic period: 1000 to 1400 a.d. --
1. The number of sacred orders --
2. The definition of the sacrament of order --
3. The sacrament of order and ecclesiology --
4. Jesus and the sacrament of order --
Part eight: ministry in the theology of the reformers --
1. Martin luther and the Lutheran theology of ministry --
2. Ministry in John Calvin's theology --
Part nine: The sacrament of order and the council of trent --
1. The preliminary draft on the sacrament of order --
2. The doctrinal/pastoral statement on order --
3. The canons --
4. An overview of the tridentine teaching on the sacrament of order --
Part ten: The sacrament of order in counter-reformation theology. 1. St. Robert bellarmine and his presentation of the sacrament of holy order --
2. Jean-jaques olier and his theology of the sacrament of order --
3. Other significant catholic scholarship on the sacrament of order in the counter-reformation period --
4. Roman statements on the priesthood in the counter-reformation period --
Pius vi, "auctorem fidei" --
Leo xiii and the question of Anglican orders --
Pius I and the decree "lamentabili" --
Pius xi and the encyclical "ad catholicic sacerdotii" --
Pius xii and the encyclical "mediator Dei" --
Pius xii and the apostolic constitution "sacramentum ordinis" --
5. Some general observations on the counter-reformation period and its theological presentation of the sacrament of order --
Part eleven: Ministry in the documents of Vatican ii --
1. History of the document on Episcopal and priestly ministry --
2. Major structures of ordained and non-ordained ministry --
The very definition of priesthood --
The Christological base of Christian ministry --
The ecclesiological basis of all church ministry --
3. Major issues which modify the theology of the priesthood in a substantive way --
The bishop as the fullness of the priesthood --
The collegiality of the bishops and priests --
Priestly spirituality --
4. Unfinished agenda from Vatican ii --
12. Christian ministry in an ecumenical perspective --
1. Christian ministry and the issues which divide the eastern churches from the roman church --
2. Christian ministry and the dialogue between the roman church and the angelical church --
3. Christian ministry and the dialogue with the mainline protestant churches --
4. The issue of the ordination of women.
Responsibility: Kenan B. Osborne.

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An overview of the history of the sacrament of Holy Orders not only for Roman Catholic clergy, but for clergy throughout the Christian world. It will help all of those in ministry to understand the relationships between laity and clergy more deeply, and it carefully delineates the deeper theological significance of women in ministry. By considering the ordained ministry from the standpoint of Jesus as the primordial minister, the book enhances the multiple nature of ministry in the Christian Church, and helps pinpoint the main issues in ecumenical dialogues of our contemporary world, making them less intransigent.

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