The Story Of Father Marie Joseph Lagrange

Autore: Bernard Montagnes
Editore: Paulist Press
ISBN: 080914333X
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"The Story of Father Marie-Joseph Lagrange, founder of the Ecole Biblique in Jerusalem, is the story of the struggle within the Catholic Church for responsible academic freedom in the tradition of St. Thomas Aquinas. Steeped in faith and utterly devoted to the church, Father Lagrange strove to apply the latest historical-critical methods to his biblical studies, to demystify the scriptures, and to make them available to the average Catholic. And yet, church authorities blocked the publication of his commentary on the Book of Genesis." "Unlike Alfred Loisy, who defiantly continued his scripture studies outside the church after being excommunicated, Father Lagrange continued to pursue his biblical studies within the church. His life exemplifies heroism, obedience, and, above all, an unflinching devotion to the truth. The cause for Father Lagrange's beatification has been introduced in the Vatican." "Basing his account of Father Lagrange's life on archival research in France, Italy, and Jerusalem, Dominican scholar Father Bernard Montagnes not only relates the surface story but also explores the personal feelings and thoughts of the principal characters at the time the events were occurring. The Story of Father Marie-Joseph Lagrange is the English translation of this biography."--BOOK JACKET.

Lagrange And Biblical Renewal

Autore: Marie-Joseph Lagrange
Editore:
ISBN:
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U S Catholic Historian

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University Of The Nations

Autore: Philip Caraman
Editore:
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Grandezza: 55,69 MB
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Critics On Trial

Autore: Marvin Richard O'Connell
Editore: CUA Press
ISBN: 9780813208008
Grandezza: 65,82 MB
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Here for the first time, the story of the Catholic Modernists is presented as a chronological narrative of events, with special emphasis placed upon the persons involved, their interrelations and opinions. Through a study of the participants, Marvin O'Connell traces the emergence of Modernism and the controversies related to it, offers a careful examination of the movement's multiple causes and ramifications, and places the events within the political, social, and intellectual context of the time. Rather than analyze the phenomenon called Catholic Modernism or argue one side or the other, the author tells the story of the Modernists themselves. These intellectuals-scripture scholars, philosophers, apologists, priests, and laypersons-were bound together by a mutual concern that the church could not survive the challenges of the modern world unless it brought its teaching and its constitution into line with contemporary thought. They offered unconventional solutions to the religious questions of the day, solutions they were convinced would reform and revivify their church. Their story involves a cast of fascinating characters: the deeply learned and deeply skeptical exegete, Alfred Loisy; the lyrical and melancholy Anglo-Irish Jesuit, George Tyrell; the eccentric polymath, Friedrich von Hegel; the apostle of Christian democracy, Romolo Murri; the combative philosopher, Lucien Laberthonniere, and his mentor, Maurice Blondel. Against them stood the pope who, in the name of doctrinal integrity, sought to root out and destroy their ideas. O'Connell follows the drama step by step until it reaches its climax in the condemnations of 1907, when Pius X denounced Catholic Modernism as the synthesis of all heresies. The author recounts the story largely in the words of the Modernists and their opponents, as well as those who, like the journalist and biographer Wilfrid Ward and the scripture scholar Marie-Joseph Lagrange, desperately sought a middle ground. Critics on Trial offers the nonspecialist a reliable, compelling account of the Modernist crisis; it offers the student of nineteenth- and twentieth-century religious and intellectual history a thorough introduction to the topic. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Marvin R. O'Connell is the author of numerous books and articles, including John Ireland and the American Catholic Church, The Oxford Conspirators: A History of the Oxford Movement, 1833-1845 and The Counter Reformation, 1559-1610. He has been a member of the history faculty at the University of Notre Dame since 1972 and is currently the director-in-residence of the Notre Dame Undergraduate Program in London. PRAISE FOR THE BOOK: "A real triumph of the historical imagination. O'Connells mastery of the sources, his sympathetic insight into the personalities involved and their relationships with one another, his lucid and fair-minded analysis of the issues, and his superb gifts as a writer make this incomparably the best introduction available to the whole complicated episode of Roman Catholic Modernism."--Philip Gleason, Professor of History, University of Notre Dame "Marvin O'Connell is a consummate writer, able to evoke the moods of an era and the dreams and disappointments of its major characters. In applying his skill to the modernist controversy he gives us the big picture and some of the intimate details of a very complex and compelling moment in Catholic ecclesiastical history."--Mary Jo Weaver, Professor of Religious Studies, Indiana University Bloomington

Benchmarks In Time And Culture

Autore: Joel F. Drinkard
Editore: Amer School of Oriental
ISBN:
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An introduction to the history and methodology of Syro-Palestinian archaeology. These essays in honor of Joseph A Callaway, one of the fathers of Biblical Archaeology, whose rigorous methodology laid the foundations of a Near Eastern archaeology concerned with more than merely supporting Biblical stories.

The Catholic Library World

Autore: John M. O'Loughlin
Editore:
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Jesus And Israel

Autore: Jules Isaac
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The Princeton Seminary Bulletin

Autore: Princeton Theological Seminary
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Vols. for 1907/1908-1936/1937: no. 1, Commencement issue, no. 2, Necrology report, no. 3, News, no. 4, Catalogue; v. for 1937/1938-1938/1939: no. 1, 3, News, no. 2, Bulletin of courses, no. 4, Catalogue; v. for 1939/1940-1944/1945: no. 1, 4, News, no. 2, Bulletin of courses, no. 3, Catalogue; v. for 1945/1946: no. 1, Bulletin of courses, no. 2, 4, News, no. 3, Catalogue; v. for 1946/1947-1952/1953: no. 1, 3, 4, News, no. 2, Catalogue.

The Pontifical Biblical Institute

Autore: Maurice Gilbert
Editore: Pontificio Istituto Biblico
ISBN: 9788876536434
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Based on documents from archives, eighty of which are reproduced, this circumstantial account retraces, step by step, the important periods the Institute has lived through, in Rome, then in Jerusalem.