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use of the concept Signs of the times in papal and conciliar texts

Edward J. Sullivan

use of the concept Signs of the times in papal and conciliar texts

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Published in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Social teaching.,
  • Catholic Church. -- Pope (1958-1963 : John XXIII).,
  • Catholic Church. -- Pope (1963-1978 : Paul VI).,
  • Pastoral theology -- Catholic Church.,
  • Church and social problems -- Catholic Church.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSigns of the times.
    Statementby Edward J. Sullivan.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 129 p. ;
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18632716M

    Thomas's Comm. It must not be forgotten that, through a series of theoretical misunderstandings concealed in successful formulas like "the autonomy of earthly realities," the world, or more precisely the "historical world," during the 's, was considered the bearer, in and of itself, of value and of truth. Those feelings involve an awareness of continuity between those who offer and receive respect, so that what we revere is something in ourselves, to which we in some respect owe our existence. The impossibility of radical newness, continued. Ecclesiastes, This similarity was not meant to imply that there was a transmission of the extraordinary power of the Apostles to their successors, nor that there was an equality between the head and the members of the episcopal college.

    With regard to "Dignitatis Humanae," Benedict XVI reiterates what he has repeatedly maintained, even against the objections of the Lefebvrists and the traditionalists. Nevertheless, in the last analysis, we saw that even these men regarded the papacy as subject to the authority of the universal episcopate. We will also see a remarkable contrast between the attitudes of the Ninth and Tenth Lambeth Conferences towards the papacy. However, in the area of Church authority, more than the question of the papacy needed resolving. Pope Gregory I c — administered the church with strict reform.

    In a brilliant young medievalist published a short book very much in the spirit of the times: Council over Pope? Philip was not one to fear excommunication as those ahead of him had; the Church was not greater than he was. Why then does this refined expression, among the most warlike but also cautious at least until the 'sof the "spirit of the Council" seem today so eccentric with respect to the search for the original conciliar paradigm begun in the Church by Benedict XVI? Consequently, there has been freedom to regard it as only an office, which means that bishops are held to be essentially no different than other types of ordained clergy. This state of affairs convinced the supporters of the Conciliar Movement all the more that another council had to be called to bring an end to this confusion and furor surrounding the Papacy. No, they prayed and they waited in prayer, because they knew that only God himself can create his Church.


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In the case of the treatment of the papacy in the Constitution on the Church the point has emerged even more clearly that the difficulties attaching to this doctrine cannot be resolved without profound and mutual re-examination of the Scriptures in the light of modern knowledge, and in the context of patristic understanding of them.

The Great Schism in the Papacy, and the Conciliar Movement

Rome has opposed it, not without difficulty. In short, a network of ideological "foyers" and of centers of ecclesial diffusion imprisoned the Church even after the council, for at least a decade and a half.

Giuseppe Dossetti, contributed to the reflection of the institute, and there was osmosis between the historical research and the patristic and historical-liturgical studies. Yet, we have noticed more than once that at least before his differences with Pope Stephen over heretical Baptism, Cyprian clearly believed in the primacy of the See of Peter upon which the Church was founded.

In earlier days, it would have been no question as to whom could manipulate the other into giving up power, the pope would only have to threaten excommunication and the king would give in to the papal demands.

It is therefore not possible to imagine a new humanity which, while remaining in the present order of the world, goes beyond that condition of newness to which man has been brought by the grace of Christ. But at the same time he thought there was a failure to integrate completely the papal primacy with the episcopate.

In a discussion that has once again become very heated.

Major Papal, Conciliar and Episcopal Statements

Another resolution of the Conference recommended that under certain circumstances Anglican communicants be allowed to participate fully in the Eucharist of Churches with whom they were not in communion. Melloni, in the series Corpus Christianorum Turnholt: Brepols, Juan de Torquemada defended papal supremacy in his Summa de ecclesia, completed ca.

Also revealing is the terminology that in essays, conferences, grand works, characterizes the paradigm generated by the media outside of the council.

If afterwards he actually changed his mind in favor of the primacy of the episcopal college, use of the concept Signs of the times in papal and conciliar texts book was not an all-encompassing college.

Mgr Pogge, the Archbishop of Avignon, says 46 quite literally that the Church of Vatican II is new and that the Holy Spirit is incessantly drawing it out of its staticity.

The response of Lambeth to the council was in general very positive. It mandated [End Page ] for the future an understanding of the nature of the church and of its constitution.

As follows: "Fifty years ago on this day, I too was here in the square with my gaze fixed on that window where appeared the good pope, the blessed Pope John, and he spoke to us in unforgettable words, words full of poetry, of goodness, words from the heart.

It will be recalled that Vatican I taught that the bishops in communion with the Roman pontiff shared in the responsibility of teaching and guiding the Church. In his Defensor PacisMarsilius of Padua agreed with William of Ockham that the universal Church is a church of the faithful, not the priests.

Touching upon Church unity, it stressed the need of Christian renewal in order to achieve a reunited Church which was one, holy, catholic and apostolic. Today as well, in his humble way, the Lord is present and gives warmth to hearts, shows life, creates charisms of goodness and of charity that illuminate the world and are for us a guarantee of the goodness of God.

The latter expressed gratitude for the Malines Conversations as a means of removing error and misunderstanding. It is a canon to itself. It was maintained that the world penetrated and cooperated in an "open" council, in spite of the resistance of sectors of the Church and of parties in the curia.

VII, Florencep. Nothing new here, if in celebrating this agreeableness with history there were not implicit a revealing paradox. Here, the primacy of the episcopal college was upheld, but the pope was increasingly seen to be the divinely authorized head of the college and its chief teacher which meant that he was its representative figure and spokesman.

And to further assert the authority of the council over that of the Papacy, the Council of Constance mandated that future councils would be held according to a regular schedule, rather than relying on the good will of the Pope to call one whenever he so desired.

The suggestion that the primacy became extinct with the death of Peter seems to me to exemplify that puzzling readiness to see the New Testament Church as different in essential structure from the Church of all succeeding ages which we have seen to be exemplified also in the common Protestant thesis that the Apostolate became extinct with the death of the last of the Twelve who were called by Jesus.

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In addition, the ruling class became interested in church reform owing to the decline of papal authority and the growth of popular heretical movements, especially the Hussite movement in Bohemia in the early 15th century.

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