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Decades before pneumatology became a lively topic in contemporary systematic theology, Congar was attentive to the importance of a developed theology o f the Holy S pirit Pneumatological concerns increasingly characterized his prolific books and articles as his theology evolved, culminating . Congar observed that the magisterium itself claimed the Spirit as its guarantor. See I Believe, 1:153
19 MacDonald, Timothy . The Ecclesiology of Yves Congar: Foundational Themes (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1984), 207–10. 20 Congar, Yves, Vraie et fausse réforme dans l'église (Paris: Cerf, 1950), 7 n. 1, cited in MacDonald, The Ecclesiology of Yves Congar, 208.
19 MacDonald, Timothy . Newly translated by Paul Philibert: Congar, Yves, True and False Reform in the Church (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2011). 21 Rose Beal, In Pursuit of a ‘Total Ecclesiology’: Yves Congar's ‘De Ecclesia’, 1931–1954 (PhD diss. The Catholic University of America, 2009).
This article examines the significant ecclesiological contribution of the French Dominican theologian Yves Congar. Beginning with his early work Chrétiens désunis, Congar recognised the Church both as an extension of the divine communion (Ecclesia de Trinitate) and as a human society (Ecclesia ex Hominibus ), united through the mediating work of Christ (Ecclesia in Christo ).
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This chapter provides an interpretative framework for understanding the ecclesiology of Yves Congar, one of the leading architects of ressourcement and communion ecclesiology in modern Roman Catholic theology. The section ‘Return to the Sources’ reconstructs his vision of the church, which shows that a renewed ecclesiology forms an essential theological basis for church renewal.
This dissertation presents a systematic interpretation and evaluation of Yves Congar's ecclesiology by means of. .
This dissertation presents a systematic interpretation and evaluation of Yves Congar's ecclesiology by means of a dialectic of structure and life which attempts to show the unity in difference between the church as mystery and the church as an historical reality. Such a study is important in view of the significant role Congar played in the ecclesiological developments of Vatican II and his impact on Roman Catholic ecclesiology since the 1930's. Macdonald, timothy ignatius, "The ecclesiology of yves congar: foundational themes" (1981).
Yves Marie-Joseph Congar OP (13 April 1904 – 22 June 1995) was a French Dominican friar, priest, and theologian
Yves Marie-Joseph Congar OP (13 April 1904 – 22 June 1995) was a French Dominican friar, priest, and theologian. He is perhaps best known for his influence at the Second Vatican Council and for reviving theological interest in the Holy Spirit for the life of individuals and of the church. He was created a cardinal of the Catholic Church in 1994. Congar was born in Sedan in northeast France in 1904. His father Georges Congar was a bank manager
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