The Great Grace: Receiving Vatican II Today

The Great Grace: Receiving Vatican II Today

by Nigel Zimmermann

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ISBN-13: 9780567657336
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication date: 05/21/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 176
File size: 264 KB

About the Author

Nigel Zimmermann was a Wingate Scholar (2011-13) and has taught theology in the University of Notre Dame Australia, and is currently with the Institute of Ethics and Society at Notre Dame, Australia.
Nigel Zimmermann lectures in theology with the Institute for Ethics and Society at the University of Notre Dame, Australia. He completed his PhD at the University of Edinburgh and was a Wingate Scholar 2011-2013. He is author of Levinas and Theology and The Great Grace (ed). He has published in theology, philosophy, and ethics.

Table of Contents

Table of contents

Nigel Zimmermann, University of Notre Dame Australia

1. Yesterday's Council for Tomorrow's World
George Cardinal Pell, Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy

2. Communio: The Key to Vatican II's Ecclesiology
Marc Cardinal Ouellet PSS, Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops

3. A Council for the Laity? The Vision of Vatican II in Empowering the Lay Faithful
Anne Hunt, Australian Catholic University, Australia

4. From Correlationism to Trinitarian Christocentrism: Receiving the Council in the Church in Australia
Tracey Rowland, Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family, Australia

5. Vatican II: Spirit and Letter
Anthony Kelly CSsR, Australian Catholic University, Australia

6. Mission to the Media: Lessons from Catholic Voices
Austen Ivereigh and Jack Valero, Catholic Voices, UK

7. To Awaken the Spirit: Proposing a Vatican II Faith to a Secular World
Mark Coleridge, Archbishop of Brisbane, Australia

8. Conclusion
Peter Comensoli, Bishop of Broken Bay, Australia

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