Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Edited by Neophytos Edelby, Teodoro Jiménez Urresti [and] Petrus Huizing.|
|Series||Concilium: theology in the age of renewal,, v. 28, Concilium (Glen Rock, N.J.) ;, v. 28.|
|Contributions||Edelby, Neophytos, 1920-, Jiménez Urresti, Teodoro Ignacio., Huizing, Petrus, 1911-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 183 p.|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||67030868|
OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages 24 cm: Contents: The theology of canon law, by L. de Echevarría. --Canon law and theology: two different sciences, by T. Jiménez-UrrestiThe new codification of the church order: nature and limits, by P. HuizingUnity or plurality of codes: should the eastern churches have a special code?By N. Edelby. “The Fine Delight is a text of scholarship and personal consideration of American literature that is marked by and built from postconciliar Catholic thought. Nicholas Ripatrazone has written a highly readable study of the work of writers whose beliefs vary widely, but who share a living engagement with the : Nicholas Ripatrazone. In his latest book, Tradition and Sanity: Conversations & Dialogues of a Postconciliar Exile, Dr. Peter Kwasniewski offers a message of hope to Author: John Monaco. A timely book, Ripatrazone helps extend the critical and pastoral implications of a Catholic literary aesthetic."" --Mark Bosco, SJ, author of Graham Greene's Catholic Imagination About the Contributor(s): Nick Ripatrazone is the author of three books: Oblations (prose poems, ), This Is Not About Birds (poems, ), and This Darksome Burn Author: Nicholas Ripatrazone.
This collection of conciliar and post-conciliar documents of Vatican II certain contains a wealth of valuable information. Reading this book was at times very enlightening. At other times, things were repetitive, as certain documents referenced others in the book/5(5). The Fine Delight: Postconciliar Catholic Literature by Nicholas Ripatrazone Cascade Books, pp., $ The year since the initial release of The Fine Delight has been a year of self-definition for the Catholic literary community. In a series of now well-known essays, writers Randy Boyagoda, Paul Elie, Dana Gioia, and Gregory Wolfe have sought to articulate the place Catholicism. THE VALIDITY of theological reflection on the act and habit of faith cannot be taken for granted. Lutheran-Catholic dialogue has drawn attention to an absence of contradiction between Luther's concept of faith as a comprehensive reception of justification and the Catholic concept of faith as one of three theological virtues by which the justified relate immediately to God.(1) If fundamental. Simply to explain the progressive rashness of the postconciliar years in terms of an inevitable and uncontrollable revolution against the rigidity of the s, without recognizing the signs of profound renewal present long before the Council, is clearly dishonest — a form of historical revisionism.
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Everyone should read and reflect on this book. It was written in the postconciliar confusion. the 13th-century Dominican was and what he thought. So the focus of the book . At head of title: Canon law, postconciliar thoughts. Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The theology of canon law, by L. de Echevarría. --Canon law and theology: two different sciences, by T. Jiménez-Urresti. --The new codification of the church order: nature and limits, by P. Huizing. Buy, sell and read - eBooks, textbooks, academic materials, magazines, documents and other digital content on RedShelf, the HTML5 cloud reader and marketplace.