Continuing the Journey: Celebrating 40 Years of Vatican II

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Bill Huebsch
Thomas More Pub., 2002 - Religion - 156 pages
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This book has the power to change your outlook on life -- and especially to change how you view today's church. Whether you were born well before, smack in the middle of, or long after Vatican II, this book offers you a way to jump into the dialogue begun in the church during those heady years.

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Contents

Introduction
9
Forty Years Since Vatican II
17
Hope You Dance
41
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Bill Huebsch is an author, theologian, former director of religious education, farmer, and long-time Catholic publishing professional. He is founder of PastoralPlanning.com and past president of Twenty-Third Publications. Huebsch writes and teaches extensively on the catechetical mission of the Church and on the importance of continuing to implement the vision of the Second Vatican Council.

Hellwig is a theologian. Formerly the Landegger Professor of Theology at Georgetown University, she is presently the executive director of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities.

Nathan D. Mitchell, PhD, is professional specialist in the Department of Theology and associate director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy. An internationally recognized figure in liturgical studies, he has published nine books and numerous articles.

Jambor has an extensive background in catechetical ministry as a teacher, catechist, adult educator, and director of religious education. After more than 25 years in parish ministry, she is now with RCL in Dallas.

Timothy Mullner, DMin, has been involved in parish, diocesan, and publishing ministry for over 30 years. Timothy's workshops on spirituality, Vatican II, catechist and teacher formation, and retreats for deacons and priests have been offered in over 125 dioceses in the United States, Canada, and Guam.

He holds a Doctor of Ministry degree in Applied Ministries and Ecumenical studies with doctoral residences at the Centro Pro Unione, Roma and Oxford University, Christ Church College, UK. He also holds a BA in Religious Studies from the College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN and a Masters in Ministry from Seattle University

Dr. Mullner currently serves as Program Manager for Faith Journeys, LLC Inspirational Pilgrimages & Tours. He volunteers at the WA State Prison in Monroe, WA and is active in the Slow Food movement to reclaim the kitchen table as a center of culture and storytelling. Timothy is married with three adult sons and resides in Seattle, WA.

Robert Blair Kaiser spent ten years in the Society of Jesus (but was not ordained) before turning to journalism. He worked for the "Arizona Republic," "The New York Times," and CBS (for whom he covered Vatican II), and is the author of ten books including "Clerical Error," "The Politics of Sex and Religion," and "Pope, Council, and World," He is the co-author of "Jubilee 2000," a prize-winning musical comedy celebrating 2,000 years of Christianity, and the editor of an online journal of religion and culture, JustGoodCompany.com. He covered the recent papal conclave for "Newsweek," "Newsday," and CBS.

Sullivan is a Dominican Sister of Hope from New York. She has an MA in Theology and a Phd in Theology. At present, she teaches theology at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire.

O'Connell is a priest of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. He has been a chaplain and teacher in a Catholic high school for eight years. He is now the pastor of a parish in Southern Maryland.

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