Catholicism: a study of dogma in relation to the corporate destiny of mankind

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New American Library, May 1, 1964 - Religion - 280 pages

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A very important book. Subtitle "Christ and the common destiny of Mankind" captures its value, even to current day Catholics. We have been influenced by an individualistic understanding of faith and ... Read full review

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A truly gorgeous and faithful work of theology. Henri de Lubac is masterful at retrieving the patristic writings to speak to us today. Lubac's ability to compellingly narrate the Christian story ... Read full review

Contents

Part I
17
THE CHURCH
31
THE SACRAMENTS
48
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Henri de Lubac, S.J. (18961991) was a Cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church and one of the most significant theologians of the twentieth century, influencing the climate of the Second Vatican Council. Along with Joseph Ratzinger and Hans Urs von Balthasar, de Lubac founded Catholic journal Communio.

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