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Lumen Gentium and the Church Today
Lumen Gentium, Vatican II's Dogmatic Constitution on the Church, changed how the church thinks about the laity, holiness, baptism, and even the nature and purpose of the church itself. In A Council Th ...
Biblical and Theological Perspectives
Edited by Mary L. Coloe, PBVM
If, as some scholars attest, Christianity has been complicit in the destruction of the environment, then Christianity can and must also have a role in changing human behavior in a way that helps to so ...
Mennonites and Catholics in Conversation
Edited by Margaret R. Pfeil and Gerald W. SchlabachForeword by Msgr. John A. Radano
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 th ...
The Dialogical Theology of Joseph Ratzinger / Benedict XVI
Christopher S. Collins, SJ
From scholarly monographs to papal homilies, Joseph Ratzinger has insisted consistently over decades that Christianity is not a set of ideas to believe or, even less, moral laws to follow. Rather, Chr ...
Smaragdus of Saint-Mihiel; Translated by David Barry, OSB
Smaragdus was a monk and abbot of considerable standing in the early ninth century church. His Diadema Monachorum (The Crown of Monks), together with a later commentary on the Rule of Saint Benedict, ...
"Exult, let them exult, the hosts of heaven, exult, let Angel ministers of God exult, let the trumpet of salvation sound aloud our mighty King's triumph! Be glad, let earth be glad, as glory floods he ...
Special Bilingual Edition of Celebrating the Eucharist
Holy Week/Semana Santa meets the needs of the large and diverse assembly that the Triduum often brings by providing the revised prayer of The Roman Missal in a comprehensive and attractive format feat ...
Cistercian Lay Brothers 1120-1300
The institution of the lay brotherhood was not original to the Cistercians, but they developed it to its fullest extent. Although lay, the conversi were under the same vows as monks and represented a ...
Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, OP
Over the course of five decades of scholarly work on the New Testament, Jerome Murphy-O'Connor has never been afraid to explore and question ideas that other scholars have simply presumed. In Keys to ...
Engaging contexts in Conversation
Edited by Rosemary P. Carbine and Kathleen J. Dolphin
The New Voices Seminar is a lively, intergenerational, and diverse group of women scholars who take an interdisciplinary approach to the study of Christianity. Under the leadership of Kathleen Dolphin ...
A Call to Justice
Patrick T. McCormick
What if we began our study of Christian ethics not with an examination of our moral duties but with an exploration of the call of beauty? Like justice, beauty generates a call to a larger, more gener ...
Yves Congar, OP Translated by Sr. Mary John Ronayne, OP, and Mary Cecily Boulding, OP
"At the beginning of the meeting Cardinal Ottaviani said that, to speed the work up, the experts will speak only if they are asked a question. At my side, Rahner was champing at the bit, and said to m ...
The Magisterium and Theologians in Today's Church
Richard R. Gaillardetz, Editor
Catholicism has always recognized the need for a normative doctrinal teaching authority. Yet the character, scope, and exercise of that authority, what has come to be called the magisterium, has chang ...
A Reader's Guide to Historical Books, Letters and Revelation
In The Saint John's Bible, some of the world's top calligraphers, working in a tradition all but replaced by the printing press centuries ago, offer one of the most important sacred art achievements o ...
Ecumenical dialogue in a Postmodern World
What is unity and how does it serve as a goal for ecumenical dialogue? How can churches, ecumenical organizations, ministers, and theologians effectively approach this goal in the twenty-first century ...