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|Statement||Timothy I. MacDonald.|
|LC Classifications||BX1746 .M24 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 321 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||321|
|ISBN 10||0819136441, 081913645X|
|LC Control Number||83019882|
His book The Priesthood of the Faithful: Key to a living Church (Liturgical Press, ) reflects the ecclesiology of Yves Congar and his Vision of the apostolic life of the faithful. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle by: The ecclesiology of Yves Congar by Timothy I. MacDonald, edition, in EnglishCited by: 4. Yves Congar () was one of the chief architects of a remarkable renewal in Roman Catholic ecclesiology in the twentieth century. His vision for ecclesial renewal led to a profound transformation of the Roman Catholic Church, its relationship with other churches and the world. This book considers the contribution made by Congar to that transformation. Situating Congar’s ecclesiology. [The author highlights one of the primary contributions of Yves Congar’s pneumatology. In contrast to earlyth-century Roman Catholic theology that divorced reflection on the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the human person from a systematic ecclesiology, Congar developed a .
This dissertation presents a systematic interpretation and evaluation of Yves Congar's ecclesiology by means of a dialectic of structure and life which attempts to show the unity in difference between the church as mystery and the church as an historical by: 4. A History of Theology by Yves Congar Doubleday, I received one of the most important introductions to theology and to the world of one . Yves Congar and the Meaning of Vatican II. by Bishop Robert Barron J One of the most theologically fascinating and just plain entertaining books I’ve read in a long time is Yves Congar’s My Journal of the Council. Catholics of a certain age will recognize the name, but I’m afraid that most Catholics under the age of fifty. In Congar founded Unam Sanctam, a series of books intended to revive forgotten themes in Catholic ecclesiology. In addition to editing Unam Sanctam, which eventually ran to 77 volumes, Congar wrote prodigiously for a wide variety of scholarly and popular journals and published numerous books.
Council was the erudite French ecclesiologist and ecumenist Yves Marie Congar (). This article seeks to demonstrate that Congar was not only a celebrated pneumatologist but also a vision-ary of charismatic ecclesiology, deemed as a resourceful tool for re-evangelization. Keywords Yves Congar, Pneumatology, Charisms, Charismatic Ecclesiology. This chapter provides an interpretative framework for understanding the ecclesiology of Yves Congar, one of the leading architects of ressourcement and communion ecclesiology in . Among the private diaries of Vatican ii, those of Yves M.J. Congar (–95) and Henri de Lubac (–) are undoubtedly the most aim of this article is to assess the significance of Congar’s My Journal of the Council in order to draw attention to its significant influence in the on-going reception of the Vatican ii, and to the perennial challenge of reform in the : Gabriel Flynn. In the first part of this book, Congar insists that the Church must always be reforming. In the s, at a time when Catholic theology was extremely resistant to any hint of reform, Congar dared to publish a book asserting that reform was good and necessary for the Church/5.