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challenge of Vatican II -- Ten years later

Lillian R. Block

challenge of Vatican II -- Ten years later

a series of 21 articles by distinguished religious leaders on the effect of Vatican II on interreligious relations yesterday, today and tommorrow

by Lillian R. Block

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Published by National Conference of Christians and Jews in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oscar M. Lazarus Center for Interreligious Affairs.

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    Statementcompiled and edited by Lillian R. Block.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p. :
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16573555M

    From Past to Present: Religious Life Before and After Vatican II The Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life examines how discontinuity and . Benedict the Brave: The Regensburg Address Ten Years Later On Septem , Pope Benedict XVI took to the dais of the University of Regensburg’s Aula Magna to offer a few “memories and.

      I finally finished John W. O’Malley’s What Happened At Vatican II (right before Easter, appropriately enough). While a bit dense and sometimes obsessive in its detail, O’Malley’s book remains, at just over pages, as condense and concise a volume as I imagine one would ever hope to find on a historical event this monumental. A half-century ago, during the darkest days of World War II, on the feast of St. Jerome (Sept. 30, ), Pope Pius XII issued his encyclical on “The Most Opportune Way to Promote Biblical.

      But you’d have to be virtually brain dead not to know that, almost thirty years later, these are still very live issues in the Church. In the state of Washington at the moment, sixty-three ex-priests are publicly opposing the Church’s attempt to stop the legalization of gay marriage with a classic post-conciliar argument: it violates Jesus. The Bible and Vatican II 30 November, This article is Chapter 7 of Henry Wansbrough’s book “The Story of the Bible: how it came to us” published by Darton, Longman and Todd. It deals with arguments about whether there are two sources of revelation – scripture and tradition, inerrancy and the kind of truth the Bible teaches.


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Block. Finally, after all these years to sit down and read the texts directly. What a beautiful experience, spiritual, prayerful, powerful. Unfortunately, the book itself is poorly produced.

Enormous amounts of thick cheap newsprint paper. An awkward book size. Print unnecessarily large/5(21). The Second Ecumenical Council of the Vatican, commonly known as the Second Vatican Council or Vatican II, addressed relations between the Catholic Church and the modern world.

The council, through the Holy See, was formally opened under the pontificate of Pope John XXIII on 11 October and was closed under Pope Paul VI on the Solemnity of the Immaculate President: Pope John XXIII, Pope Paul VI.

A trove of new books on Vatican II. Fifty years later, the documents are still debated, as can be seen in the seven books discussed here.

The book offers an engaging profile of the man who. This is JUST the kind of book I've been wanting for years - a popular history of Vatican II - what happened, with lots of juicy bits, and enough historical background for it all to make sense, and not pushing a particular agenda - just the facts, with enough storyline to make it a joy to read, which it was.4/5.

On Octowith his Apostolic Letter Porta fidei (“Door of Faith”), Pope Benedict XVI declared the Year of Faith would begin on the 50 th Jubilee Anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II) the most significant event in the history of the Catholic Church in the last years.

During the Year of Faith, inaugurated on OctoCatholics. It is ironic that after Vatican II, conservative voices began insisting on the council’s continuity, whereas so-called liberals stressed its novelty.

There is indeed irony, but it is not the irony that O’Malley proposes. What Happened at Vatican II is a page brief for the party of novelty and discontinuity. Its author comes very close.

50 Years After Vatican II, He is the author of the new book "The Good Pope: The Making of a Saint, and the Remaking of the Church." And he's. The famous black-and-white photograph of the Second Vatican Council in session, taken from a high balcony at the back of Saint Peter’s Basilica, shows more.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Vatican II, the Catholic challenge by Alan Schreck,Servant Publications edition, in EnglishPages: Footnotes.

1 Collegiality is dealt with in ch. iii. of Vatican II’s Constitution on the Church [Lumen Gentium] and in the Prefatory Note appended to this chapter as a guide to its ation on the discussions in the CounciI on the subject of Collegiality may be found in Fr.

Wiltgen's book, The Rhine Flows into the Tiber (Hawthorn Books, Augustine. Implementing the decrees of Vatican II today Some 50 years later, it is evident that the event affected not only the spiritual lives of Roman Catholics, but also many other aspects of.

Here, in magazines, books, lectures and discussions you could meet and identify the Vatican II ideas that would come to fruition in Rome a decade later.

Sad to say, it was too good to last. Sally Kennedy tells the story in her book Faith and Feminism. Vatican II, 50 Years Later. seemed poised to define much of Vatican II is the true “spirit of Vatican II” — and a faithful response to perhaps the most important challenge that.

Vatican II: 40 years later From the Editor On the night of Oct. 11,the day the Second Vatican Council began, Pope John XXIII appeared at his window in answer to the chanting and singing below from a crowd estimated at a half million people assembled in St.

Peter’s Square. Second Vatican Council, popularly called Vatican II, –65, the 21st ecumenical council (see council, ecumenical) of the Roman Catholic Church, convened by Pope John XXIII and continued under Paul announced purpose was spiritual renewal of the church and reconsideration of the position of the church in the modern world.

In contrast, many of the council fathers at Vatican II were natives of developing nations, raised in non-European cultures. While Europeans still tipped the balance with over 1, bishops attending, Vatican II was the first time a council counted bishops from South America, from North America, from Asia, 84 from Central America and.

His experience of the Council and his ecclesiology can be found here and here, and in his (co-authored) book entitled Even Greater Things - Hope and Challenge after Vatican II (, Novalis, Toronto).

The title derives from John He has also written Remi de Roo: Chronicles of a Vatican II Bishop (, Novalis, Toronto). This document, which John Paul II called the “sure norm for teaching the faith,” is linked to the Second Vatican Council in many ways — symbolic and substantive.

Promulgated 20 years ago on Oct. 11, — 30 years after the opening of the council — it is also one of the two points of reference for this Year of Faith.

Vatican II - 50 Years Later. Fifty years and counting since the start of the Second Vatican Council, more commonly known as Vatican II, the faithful still debate what the changes wrought by the Council mean for the Church today.

This archived series of seven talks will give you an insight into Vatican II from the perspective of people in our. The Second Vatican Council Fifty Years Later: Achievements and Challenges.

Abstract. In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph. "I would like to begin this lecture with a personal perspective followed by some introductory comments.From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. Vatican II: Assessment and Perspectives: Twenty-five Years After () Volume 2 of Vatican II: Assessment and Perspectives: Twenty-five Years After, René Latourelle: Editor: René Latourelle: Publisher.For example, ten years on it is striking to re-read Benedict’s hasty, and failed, attempt to stop the tendency to interpret the “motu proprio” as a denunciation of Vatican II, which – in fact – is widespread in Catholic traditionalist circles.

Further on, Faggioli complains.