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Contents Abbreviationsxxiii List of Contributorsxxv PART I. VISION AND PRINCIPLES Prologue to Part I: Acts 2: 1--11 3 Philip Endean, SJ 1. Receptive Ecumenism and Catholic Learning---Establishing the Agenda 5 Paul D. Murray 2. Receiving Gifts in Ecumenical Dialogue 26 Margaret O'Gara 3. Authentic Learning and Receiving---A Search for Criteria 39 Ladislas Orsy, SJ 4. Becoming Catholic Persons and Learning to Be a Catholic People 52 Philip Sheldrake 5. The Church---A School of Wisdom? 63 Nicholas Lash 6. `Credo Unam Sanctam Ecclesiam'---The Relationship Between the Catholic and the Protestant Principles in Fundamental Ecclesiology 78 Walter Kasper 7. Texts and Contexts---Hermeneutical Reflections on Receptive Ecumenism 89 Riccardo Larini PART II. RECEPTIVE ECUMENICAL LEARNING THROUGH CATHOLIC DIALOGUE Prologue to Part II: Philippians 1: 3--7 105 Philip Endean, SJ 8. What Roman Catholics Have to Learn from Anglicans 107 Keith F. Pecklers, SJ 9. Receptive Catholic Learning Through Methodist--Catholic Dialogue 122 Michael E. Putney 10. A Methodist Perspective on Catholic Learning 134 David M. Chapman 11. The International Lutheran--Roman Catholic Dialogue---An Example of Ecclesial Learning and Ecumenical Reception 149 William G. Rusch 12. Catholic Learning and Orthodoxy---The Promise and Challenge of Eucharistic Ecclesiology 160 Paul McPartlan PART III. RECEPTIVE ECUMENISM AND CATHOLIC CHURCH ORDER Prologue to Part III: Ephesians 4: 7, 11--16 179 Philip Endean, SJ 13. Catholic Learning Concerning Apostolicity and Ecclesiality 181 James F. Puglisi, SA 14. The Holy Spirit as the Gift---Pneumatology, Receptivity, and Catholic Re-reception of the Petrine Ministry in the Theology of Walter Kasper 197 Denis Edwards 15. What Might Catholicism Learn from Orthodoxy in Relation to Collegiality? 211 Joseph Fameree, SCJ 16. Potential Catholic Learning Around Lay Participation in Decision-making 226 Paul Lakeland 17. Receptive Ecumenical Learning and Episcopal Accountability Within Contemporary Catholicism---Canonical Considerations 241 Patrick Connolly PART IV. THE PRAGMATICS OF RECEPTIVE ECUMENICAL LEARNING Prologue to Part IV: John 11: 43--53 255 Philip Endean, SJ 18. From the Second Vatican Council to Mississauga---Lessons in Receptive Ecumenical Learning from the Anglican--Roman Catholic Bilateral Dialogue Process 258 Mary Tanner 19. Receptive Ecumenism and Recent Initiatives in the Catholic Church's Dialogues with the Anglican Communion and the World Methodist Council 271 Donald Bolen 20. Jerusalem, Athens, and Zurich---Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Factors Inhibiting Receptive Ecumenism 285 Geraldine Smyth, OP 21. Managing Change in the Irish Civil Service and the Implications for Transformative Ecclesial Learning 303 Brendan Tuohy and Eamonn Conway 22. The Fortress Church Under Reconstruction? Sociological Factors Inhibiting Receptive Catholic Learning in the Church in England and Wales 319 Peter McGrail 23. Receptive Ecumenism, Ecclesial Learning, and the `Tribe' 333 James Sweeney, CP 24. Organisational Factors Inhibiting Receptive Catholic Learning 346 Thomas J. Reese, SJ PART V. RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT Prologue to Part V: Revelation 1: 9--18 359 Philip Endean, SJ 25. Receptive Ecumenism and Catholic Learning---An Orthodox Perspective 361 Andrew Louth 26. Anglicanism and the Conditions for Communion---A Response to Cardinal Kasper 373 Nicholas Sagovsky 27. Receptive Ecumenism and the Future of Ecumenical Dialogues---Privileging Differentiated Consensus and Drawing its Institutional Consequences 385 Herve Legrand, OP 28. Receptive Ecumenism and Catholic Learning---Reflections in Dialogue with Yves Congar and B. C. Butler 399 Gabriel Flynn 29. Receptive Ecumenism and the Hermeneutics of Catholic Learning---The Promise of Comparative Ecclesiology 413 Gerard Mannion 30. Receptive Ecumenism---Learning by Engagement 428 Daniel W. Hardy 31. Learning the Ways of Receptive Ecumenism---Formational and Catechetical Considerations 442 Jeffrey Gros, FSC 32. Receiving the Experience of Eucharistic Celebration 457 Peter Philips Bibliography 469 Name Index 511 Subject Index 000
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Christian union -- Catholic Church -- Congresses.
Christian union -- Congresses.