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50 Years On

Probing the Riches of Vatican II

50 Years On

Probing the Riches of Vatican II

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Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780814683019
Number of Pages: 492
Published: 14/05/2015
Width: 15.2 cm
Height: 22.9 cm
Pope John XXIII prayed that the Second Vatican Council would prove to be a new Pentecost. The articles gathered here appeared originally in a series solicited by and published in Theological Studies (September 2012 to March 2014). The purpose of the series was and remains threefold: * To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council * To help readers more fully appreciate its significance not only for the Catholic Church itself but also for the entire world whom the Church encounters in proclamation and reception of ongoing revelation * In their present form, to help readers worldwide engage both the conciliar documents themselves and scholarly reflections on them, all with a view to appropriating the reform envisioned by Pope John XXIII. Contributors: Stephen B. Bevans, SVD; Mary C. Boys, SNJM; Maryanne Confoy, RSC; Massimo Faggioli; Anne Hunt; Natalia Imperatori-Lee; Edward Kessler; Gerald O'Collins, SJ; John W. O'Malley, SJ; Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, SJ; Ladislas Orsy, SJ; Peter C. Phan; Gilles Routhier; Ormond Rush; Stephen Schloesser, SJ; Francis A. Sullivan, SJ; O. Ernesto Valiente; Jared Wicks, SJ

David Schultenover, Stephen Schloesser

David G. Schultenover, SJ, is Henri de Lubac Professor of Historical Theology at Marquette University and editor in chief of Theological Studies. In 1975 he received his PhD in historical theology from St. Louis University with a concentration on Roman Catholic Modernism and, more specifically, George Tyrrell. Among his publications are George Tyrrell: In Search of Catholicism and A View from Rome: On the Eve of the Modernist Crisis.

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