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Sat 22 Sep 2018 @ 0:50
RT @cnalive#PopeFrancis preached about God's mercy in his homily at daily Mass this morning. The Pope said God's mercy is for… https://t.co/CW5udgJoVT
Author(s): Ormond Rush
This book is unique in the literature on Vatican II. From the manifold issues debated at the council and formulated in its sixteen documents, it proposes that the salient features of "the vision of Vatican II" can be captured in twenty-four principles. Furthermore, it proposes that these principles can, in turn, function as criteria for assessing the reception of the conciliar vision over the last five decades and into the future. There is no other book that attempts such a comprehensive synthesis of the council's vision for renewal and reform of the Catholic Church.
Ormond Rush is a priest of the diocese of Townsville, Australia, with a doctorate in theology from the Gregorian University in Rome. He currently lectures at St Paul's Theological College, Australian Catholic University, Banyo Campus. His publications include Still Interpreting Vatican II: Some Hermeneutical Principles (New York: Paulist Press, 2004) and The Eyes of Faith: The Sense of the Faithful and the Church's Reception of Revelation (Washington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 2009).