Vatican Authority and American Catholic Dissent: The Curran Case and Its Consequences

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William W. May
Crossroad, 1987 - Religion - 208 pages
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Essays discuss the implication of the Vatican decision to remove Father Curran's license to teach moral theology at the Catholic University of America

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Contents

Introduction by William W May
1
The Magisterium and Theological Dissent
16
Authority and Dissent in the Roman Catholic Church
27
Dissent in Moral Theology and Its Implications
35
The Curran Case and the American Church
56
The Vocation of the Theologian
63
Dissent in the Church
74
Catholic Moral Teaching and the Limits of Dissent
87
Authority and Magisterium
103
Authority and Credibility
115
Curran and a Church
127
The Implications of the Curran Case for Academic Freedom
144
Faith and Freedom in Catholic Universities
160
Context Function and Authority
187
Contributors
207
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