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Sharing Peace

Mennonites and Catholics in Convesation

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Sharing Peace

eISBN: 9780814680193, E8019

Details: 294 pgs,
Publication Date: 06/30/2013
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Sharing Peace brings together leading Mennonite and Catholic theologians and ecclesial leaders to reflect on the recent, first-ever international dialogue between the Mennonite World Conference and the Vatican. The search for a shared reading of history, theology of the church and its sacraments or ordinances, and understandings of Christ's call to be peacemakers are its most prominent themes.

Contributors include:

  • Scott Appleby (Kroc Institute, Notre Dame)
  • Alan Kreider (Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary)
  • Helmut Harder (Mennonite co-chair of the international dialogue)
  • Drew Christiansen, SJ (Georgetown University, Catholic delegate to the international dialogue)
  • John Roth (Goshen College)
  • John Cavadini (University of Notre Dame)
  • C. Arnold Snyder (University of Waterloo)
  • Mary Doak (University of San Diego)
  • Elizabeth Groppe (Xavier University)
  • Thomas Finger (author of A Contemporary Anabaptist Theology)
  • Bishop Gabino Zavala (past president of Pax Christi USA)
  • Duane Friesen (Bethel College, Kansas)
  • Gerald Schlabach (University of St. Thomas)
  • Mary Schertz (Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary)
  • Abbot John Klassen, OSB (Saint John's Abbey, Collegeville, Minnesota; co-chair of Bridgefolk)

Margaret R. Pfeil is assistant professor of moral theology at the University of Notre Dame and a Faculty Fellow of the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. She specializes in Catholic social thought. She is also a cofounder and resident of St. Peter Claver Catholic Worker House in South Bend, Indiana, and is on the board of Bridgefolk, a movement of Mennonites and Roman Catholics who come together to celebrate each other's practices and honor each other's contributions to the mission of Christ's church.

Gerald W. Schlabach is professor of theology and director of the Justice and Peace Studies program at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is cofounder and executive director of Bridgefolk. His books include Just Policing, Not War: An Alternative Response to World Violence (Liturgical Press, 2007) and Unlearning Protestantism: Sustaining Christian Community in an Unstable Age.

eISBN: 9780814680193, E8019

Details: 294 pgs,
Publication Date: 06/30/2013