Catholicisme: Les Aspects Sociaux Du Dogme

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Ignatius Press, 1988 - Religion - 443 pages
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Here, Henri de Lubac gathers from throughout the breadth and length of Catholic tradition elements which he synthesizes to show the essentially social and historical character of the Catholic Church and how this worldwide and agelong dimension of the Church is the only adequate matrix for the fulfillment of the person within society and the transcendence of the person towards God.
 

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Contents

Foreword by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger
11
Introduction
13
Extracts
21
PART
23
Dogma
25
The Church
48
Gregory of Nyssa
50
The Sacraments
82
PART THREE
303
The Present Situation
305
William of SaintThierry
310
Person and Society
326
Transcendence
351
Mysterium Crucis
367
Severus of Antioch
375
Origen
381

Eternal Life
112
PART
135
Christianity and History
137
The Interpretation of Scripture
165
Gregory of Nyssa
208
Gregory of Nyssa
214
Salvation through the Church
217
Predestination of the Church
246
Catholicism
282
St Peter Damian
387
Theodore of Mopsuestia
389
Gregory of Nyssa
396
Gregory of Nyssa
402
Rupert of
408
PseudoEpiphanius
412
Charles Miel S
425
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About the author (1988)

Henri Cardinal de Lubac was a French Jesuit priest, theologian and expert at Vatican II. He wrote numerous theological and spiritual works including Splendor of the Church, Catholicism, Motherhood of the Church, and The Drama of Atheist Humanism.

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