Vatican II: Forty Personal Stories

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From the beginning, Christians have been people who tell stories. Today, as the Vatican II generation grows older, it's time to tell the stories of the council, what it meant in the lives of that generation, and what it means in the lives of the generations that follow them. William Madges and Michael Daley have gathered forty personal stories of women and men who took part in the council, were there at the time, or saw the course of their lives change dramatically because of it. Along with Madges's and Daley's ...
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Overview

From the beginning, Christians have been people who tell stories. Today, as the Vatican II generation grows older, it's time to tell the stories of the council, what it meant in the lives of that generation, and what it means in the lives of the generations that follow them. William Madges and Michael Daley have gathered forty personal stories of women and men who took part in the council, were there at the time, or saw the course of their lives change dramatically because of it. Along with Madges's and Daley's insightful introductions to the major themes of the council, Vatican II: Forty Personal Stories highlights the momentous events that have shaped the Catholic Church for the past forty years. Catholics of the Vatican II generation will see some of their own personal experiences reflected in these stories, and perhaps come to new understandings about the events of their lives. High school and college students will find here a great introduction to the council and why it's still so significant to their lives today.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781585952380
  • Publisher: Twenty-Third Publications/Bayard
  • Publication date: 1/1/2003
  • Pages: 231
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Glossary viii
Introduction 1
Part 1 The Council in Context: Introduction: What Story Will We Tell? 5
Part 2 Vatican II and the Liturgy: Liturgy: The Church Praying is the Church Believing 41
Part 3 What It Means to Be Church: Formulating a New Understanding of Church 69
Part 4 Revelation, Scripture, and Tradition: Introduction to Revelation 107
Part 5 Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue: The Turn to the Other 139
Part 6 World Issues and Social Justice: The Church and the World: Reading the Signs of the Time 187
Notes 221
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