Table of contents for Orders and ministry : leadership in the world church / Kenan B. Osborne.

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CONTENTS
FOREWORD
Peter C. Phan
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS BOOK
INTRODUCTION
The Challenge of Globalization to Order and Ministry in the Church
 
Chapter One
GLOBALIZATION
What Does It Mean? What Does It Imply?
1.	The Focus and Perspective of This Volume
2.	Globalization
3.	Culture
4.	Drawing Conclusions from the Data
The Semitic Culture of Jesus and his First followers
The Move of Christianity into Hellenistic Culture, 100 to 600
The Inculturation of the Western Catholicism in Germanic Cultures, 600-900
The Inculturation of Western Catholicism, 1900 to the Present
5.	Questions for Reflection
6.	Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Chapter Two
THE MINISTRY OF JESUS
The Foundational Model for All Ministries
1.	Theme and Goal of This Chapter
2.	Etymology and Meaning of Order and Ministry
Introducing Church Order Terminology
New Testament and Early Church Terminology and Practice
Medieval and Later Developments in Theology and Terminology
Understanding Ministry from 1100 to Vatican Council II
The Understanding of Holy Orders Emerging at Vatican Council II
Historical Changes in the Practice and Theology of Order and Ministry
3.	Three Issues Confronting a Globalized World and Church
Globalization as Major Part of Contemporary Existence
Micromanagement as a Problem in Church Life
Racial, Gender, and Cultural Discrimination in the Church
4.	The Three-Fold Dimension of Order and Ministry in Vatican Council II Teaching
5.	The Ministry of Jesus as the Foundation of the Theology of Order and Ministry
6.	Six Characteristics of Ministry Exemplified in Jesus
The vocation of Jesus Shows that ministry is from God.
The Ministry of Jesus Is a Ministry of Service (diakonia).
The Ministry of Jesus Is a Ministry of Love (agap?).
The Ministry of Jesus Is a Healing Ministry.
The Ministry of Jesus Is a Preaching and Teaching Ministry.
The Ministry of Jesus Is Political
7.	Questions for Reflection
8.	Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Chapter Three
PRIESTLY ORDER AND MINISTRY
Their History and Meaning Today
1.	Theme and Goal of This Chapter
2.	The ?Popular? View of Priests and Bishops Today
3.	Priests and Bishops in Historical Perspective
Globalization Requires Mutual Respect among and between Cultures
Essential Structure and Cultural Differences in Catholic History
A New Look at the Standard History and Theology of the Sacrament of Order
Overview of Recent Biblical and Historical Scholarship on Sacred Order
Overview of New Testament Scholarship on Order
Developments from the Second Century to 1000
4.	Priestly and Episcopal Ministry and Order in Today?s Globalized Church
The Need for Honest Dialogue and Conversation about Church Order
What Prevents Sunday Eucharist? Ordination Policies?
Dialogue with Women and on Women?s Place in Church Order
Dialogue on Delicate Issues in Global Catholic Relationships: Racisim and White 
Privilege
5.	Questions for Reflection
6.	Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Chapter Four
LAY MINISTRY
Its History and Meaning Today
1.	Theme and Goal of This Chapter
2.	?Institutional? and ?Charismatic? Leadership Roles
Insights from Historical and Social Studies
Relevance for Church Leadership
Structural and Charismatic Leadership in Historical Perspective
The Mystery of the Church
The People of God
Conclusions
3.	Official Teaching on Lay Leadership in the Post-Conciliar Church
Lumen Gentium on Laity and Leadership
The New Catechism on Laity and Leadership
4.	An Historical Overview of Lay Ministry
From the New Testament and Earliest Christianity to 500
Developments Between 500 to about 1000
From 1000 to Vatican Council II
5.	Questions for Reflection
6.	Suggestions for Further Reading and Study
Chapter Five
DREAMS FOR THE FUTURE
1.	A Global Perspective Requires a Two-Way Conversation
2.	Cultural Styles of Leadership as Potential Models for Christian Leadership
3.	The Lingering Effects of Colonial-Era Disregard of Local Sovereignty
4.	Concluding Thoughts on Global Catholicism and Culture
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Priesthood -- Catholic Church.
Christian leadership -- Catholic Church.
Pastoral theology -- Catholic Church.