The Theology of the Church

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Ignatius Press, 2004 - Religion - 475 pages
 

Contents

CHAPTER I
1
The Church mysterious and visible
8
Church
16
Church
23
THE CHURCH REDEEMED BY THE PASSION OF CHRIST 33339
39
The appropriation of Christs redemption by the Church
49
The sanctity of Christ and the Church
58
CHAPTER III
65
CHAPTER VII
207
SANCTITY INSOFAR AS IT IS TENDENTIAL IN THE HIERARCHICAL
218
SANCTITY AS A PROPERTY AND MARK OF THE CHURCH
224
CHAPTER VIII
233
THREE PROPERTIES OF THE BODY OF THE CHURCH
239
THE BODY OF THE CHURCH IS ORGANIC AND PARTITIONED
250
Other differences between the states of Christian life
271
CHAPTER IX
286

THE HOLY SPIRIT IS THE GUEST OF THE CHURCH BY
77
THE HOLY SPIRIT UNCREATED SOUL OF THE CHURCH
83
CHAPTER IV
90
THE PLACE OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN IN THE TIME OF
96
THE POWER OF ORDER
105
The role of the power of order in the Church
114
Peters transapostolic jurisdictional privilege
122
The bishops successors of the apostles
129
The universal or supreme jurisdiction of the pope
136
The one regime by divine right
139
The assistance promised to the declarative power
146
CHAPTER VI
168
Charity insofar as it is directed
184
THE COMMUNION OF THE CHURCH
196
the Church
297
Christian dissident religions
306
The separated churches and the Church from which they
312
The abnormal regime of hidden membership after Christ
321
Missionary dynamism echoes the essential catholicity of
337
Definition of the missions
343
Aspects of Catholic unity
349
CHAPTER XI
355
APPENDIX I
369
APPENDIX 2
429
Index of Scriptural Citations
447
General Index
455
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