Dizionario Di Ecclesiologia

Author: Gianfranco Calabrese
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ISBN: 9788831193429
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The Catholic Church

Author: Walter Kasper
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1441149082
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Walter Kasper is already well-known and loved throughout the English-speaking world. He has held high office in the Vatican but until his recent retirement has felt constrained from publishing what he really thinks and his vision of the Church for the future. Kasper brings to conclusion a project that has been pursued for years, as it joins together his greatest monographs on the subject of God's teaching and Christology. The book covers three main topics: Nature, Reality and the Mission of the Church. The introductory section is autobiographical and the reader can see Kasper's personal and theological way in to and with the Church. He develops the actual ecclesiological exegesis - for Kasper the representation of the Being of the Church is not about empirical description, but rather a testimony of being. He emphasizes that nobody is able to apply the stereotypical and idealistic image of the heavens to the critical acknowledgement of the church's present. The program of the Church is ultimately not self-directed but rather remains oriented towards the finalization of the arrival of the kingdom of God and the spiritual healing of the human race.

La Civilt Cattolica

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Editor: La Civiltà Cattolica
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Introduzione Alla Ecclesiologia

Author: Pie Ninot Salvador
Editor: Gregorian Biblical BookShop
ISBN: 8878392103
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Questa introduzione alla ecclesiologia vuole farci avvicinare al paradosso e mistero della Chiesa (H.de Lubac), e contribuire affinche i cristiani di oggi e quindi anche il nostro mondo, si lascino attrarre di nuovo dalla fecondita instancabile di una Chiesa che e madre e dalla rinnovata offerta di una Chiesa che e fraternita (S. Cipriano). Salvador Pie-Ninot, ordinario della Facolta di Teologia di Catalogna (Barcellona) e docente, alla Pontificia Universita Gregoriana (Roma), di Teologia Fondamentale ed Ecclesiologia. Ha pubblicato piu di trenta libri e moltissimi articoli in materia biblica e liturgica.Presidente della Fondazione Universitaria Diocesana Blanquerna e segretario-fondatore dell'Universita Ramon Llull (Barcellona). E' stato nominato da Papa Benedetto XVI esperto per il Sinodo dei Vescovi nel 2008 su La Parola di Dio nella vita e nella missione della Chiesa. Gli argomenti qui trattati sono approfonditi in due testi dell'autore: Ecclesiologia. La Sacramentalita della comunita cristiana, Queriniana BTC 138 e Che cos'e la Chiesa? Queriniana.

Sociologia

Author: Aa.Vv.
Editor: Gangemi Editore spa
ISBN: 8849273630
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Debora Tonelli Introduzione Gerand Mannion Church in the World: Theology Goes Public Giovanni Pernigotto Teologia e spazio pubblico in Italia Stefanie Knauss La teologia nello spazio accademico pubblico tra rischi e opportunità Davide Zordan La pratica teologica e l'economia della rivoluzione cristiana Debora Tonelli La Bibbia tra testo e dottrina Sandra Mazzolini Chiesa e culture umane: una riflessione ecclesiologica Stella Morra Voci di corpi silenziosi: rileggere l'atto del credere Paolo Costa In cammino verso dove? Metamorfosi secolare della religiosità contemporanea Debora Spini La “religione” negli spazi pubblici delle democrazie avanzate Valentina Chizzola Mutamenti nei paradigmi antropologici: neuroscienze e responsabilità Note Recensioni

Casa E Scuola Di Comunione Un Nuovo Volto Di Parrocchia

Author: P. Conti
Editor: Paoline
ISBN: 9788831528214
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Teologia Fondamentale

Author: Giuseppe Lorizio
Editor: Città Nuova
ISBN: 9788831133524
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La Consacrazione Religiosa

Author: Fernando Puig
Editor: Giuffrè Editore
ISBN: 8814154279
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Catholic Engagement With World Religions

Author: Karl Josef Becker
Editor: Orbis Books
ISBN: 157075828X
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Twenty-Five Element International Scholars show how roman catholic theology has grappled with religious pluralism. Catholic Engagement with World Religions outlines, clarifies, and defends official Roman Catholic teaching on the relationship between Christianity and other religious traditions in light of the Catholic belief that "We must hold that the Holy Spirit offers to all the possibility of being made partners, in a way known to God, in the paschal mystery".(Gaudium et Spes, 22) Part I studies the history of these issues while Part II examines their theological framing. Part III addresses Christianity and other religions since Vatican U. Part IV deals specifically with Judaism, Confucianism, Hinduism and Islam as these religions see themselves in relation to Christianity. A final chapter by Bishop Michael Fitzgerald offers a theological reflection on the foundations of interreligious dialogue today. For scholars, students, and practitioners of interreligious encounter, Catholic Engagement with World Religions is necessary and absorbing reading. Karl J. Becker, S.J., and Ilaria Morali teach at the Gregorian University in Rome.