Kathleen Hughes, RSCJ, is a sacramental theologian, teacher, speaker, and writer. She served for nineteen years as professor of word and worship at Catholic Theological Union (CTU) in Chicago. Dr. Hughes has written or edited eight books and published several hundred articles and reviews on a broad range of topics in worship, sacraments, preaching, language, feminism, and spirituality. She was the first woman to receive a PhD in liturgical studies from the University of Notre Dame.
Becoming the Sign: Sacramental Living in a Post-Conciliar Churchby Kathleen Hughes
Contends that the “full, conscious and active participation” envisioned by Vatican II does not simply apply to our involvement in the liturgy. Rather, it is a commitment we make to personal involvement in the life of the church and its continuous coming to be in this present age.
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