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Church as sacrament in the theology of Karl Rahner[microform]

M. Carmel McEnroy

Church as sacrament in the theology of Karl Rahner[microform]

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rahner, Karl, -- 1904-1984

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    Statementby M. Carmel McEnroy.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 microfiches.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17017804M
    ISBN 100315512032

    Karl Barth's rejection of infant baptism (paedobaptism) in his doctrine of baptism (CD IV/4) is infamous. Barth was a professor and pastor within the Swiss Reformed church, and the Reformed tradition has strongly affirmed the baptism of infants from its earliest days (c.f John Calvin's Institutes ), and had persecuted the Anabaptists for rejecting infant baptism. Even the leadership of the Church tends to fall into this assumption. Pastoral plans are praised for directness of speech, for both the quality and number of bullet points that lay out a process for proceeding. But, as Karl Rahner argues in his essay “Priest and Poet,” the poetic unlike this kind of direct discourse deals with the essential.   In his article, “Between Center and Periphery: Mary and the Saints in Rahner,” Fritz first situates the “Marian” question, i.e., the place or role of the Blessed Virgin Mary in theology, by contrasting Fr. Karl Rahner’s Mariology with one that is representative, typical (perhaps) of the pre-Vatican II era, by Fr. Hans Urs von.


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In the years since the Second Vatican Council, the Catholic Church has struggled to renew its self-understanding and revise its relationship to the world. This book examines the contribution made to those debates by Karl Rahner (–84), one of the foremost Catholic theologians of this century.

The book situates Rahner’s ecclesiology in the context of his whole theology, Author: Richard Lennan. because they lack an ecclesial framework. Vatican II’s teaching on the Church as sacrament in the theology of Karl Rahner[microform] book as sacrament, and the development of this theme by Karl Rahner, offers a way of connecting a spirituality of the everyday with participation in the life of the church.

A new phenomenon emerging on the religious scene is being disclosed in the. 15 This is a constant theme in Karl Rahner, Biblical Homilies, translated by Desmond Forristal and Richard Strachan (New York: Herder and Herder, ).

16 Karl Rahner, ‘On the Theology of Worship’, in Theological Investigations, vol (emphasis added). About Karl Rahner: Frequently Karl Rahner dodged censure and disciplinary measures throughout his career by couching his radically anti-Catholic vision in obfuscated language.

Rahner not only invented a new theology, he invented a new language to describe it. It became in effect a "coded" language, understandable only to initiates. tentative approach of the Council to consider Karl Rahner's theology of the Church as sacrament situated within his larger theology of grace.

8 Rahner reverses the traditional understanding of sacramentality. 9 Rather than following the descending schema of Neoscholasficism. Karl Rahner has books on Goodreads with ratings. Karl Rahner’s most popular book is Foundations of Christian Faith: An Introduction to the Idea.

Karl Rahner, “Thoughts about the Sacraments in General,” Karl Rahner: Theologian of the Graced Search for Meaning, (ed. by G. Kelly), p. See Patrick Burke, Reinterpreting Rahner: A Critical Study of His Major Themes (New York: Fordham University Press, ), “Rahner, although never actually denying the nature-grace distinction, stresses ever more.

Karl Rahner on a theology of childhood Tragically, there remains a tendency in our own day to ‘instrumentalise’ childhood, and so to devalue childhood qua childhood. So Martha Stortz: We point children ‘too rapidly toward the adults they will become’.

Karl Rahner refers to it as an “infinite horizon” in the background of all our experience. It is a “holy mystery” because it seeks to fulfill our spiritual destiny and cannot be contained by any category. This book is a simple and concise restatement of Karl Rahner’s most systematic work, Foundations of Christian Faith/5(13).

be found in Walter Kasper's Theology and Church 4. Kasper locates, correctly, the impetus for this development in 'the question about the as a 'sacrament'. The work of Karl Rahner, a peritus theologian at 8 Kasper op.

cit. 13 Karl Rahner, The Church and the Sacraments (Tonbridge: Burns & Oates, ), p. 1 1. The Century after Rahner In this brief article, Mr. Weigel questions the theology of Karl Rahner whose influence has had a detrimental effect on the.

The second part considers Rahner’s contribution to specific problems in Eucharistic theology: real presence, the idea of transubstantiation, sacramental causality and institution by Jesus. Cf. the following: Karl Rahner’s secret year romance By PAMELA SCHAEFFER NCR Staff New York It is an image out of sync with the persona of a German academic: Jesuit Fr.

Karl Rahner on his. Karl Rahner SJ (5 March – 30 March ) was a German Jesuit priest and theologian who, alongside Henri de Lubac, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and Yves Congar, is considered to be one of the most influential Roman Catholic theologians of the 20th century.

He was the brother of Hugo Rahner, also a Jesuit scholar. Rahner was born in Freiburg, at the time a part of the Alma mater: University of Freiburg, University of. 1, God, Christ, Mary and Grace; v. 2, Man in the Church; v.

3, Theology of the Spiritual Life; v. 4, More Recent Writings; v. 5, Later Writings; v. 6, Concerning. All through the sixties Karl Rahner was, by any measure, the dominant theological voice. He took a leading role in launching the journal “ Concilium,” edited the multi-volume Sacramentum Mundi (the one-volume abridgment of which was the ordination present of choice for about ten years), and produced a steady stream of dense articles that.

Essay / Theology How to Read Karl Rahner. by Fred Sanders on Ap Karl Rahner () is near the top of the list of most influential and important Roman Catholic theologians of the twentieth century. This Jesuit super-genius was one of the advising theological experts (periti) at Vatican II.

Karl Rahner (–84) played a significant role in broadening the emphases of Roman Catholic ecclesiology in the decades before the Second Vatican Council (–5).

He contributed notably to the work of Vatican II itself, and was likewise prominent in promoting a positive reception of the council’s ecclesiology.

Rahner viewed the church in relation to God’s self-communication in. Grace in Freedom by Karl Rahner Karl Rahner, S.J., studied theology under Martin Heidegger, then taught dogmatics in Catholic unversities in Munich and Innsbruck, Germany, between and He wrote more than a half-dozen books and was an observer at Vatican Council II in Published in by Herder and Herder, New York.

This book. This innovative book discloses Karl Rahner's foremost achievement: discovering and delineating an ethos of Catholicism, a multi-faceted and comprehensive approach to life in Christ. Karl Rahner's Theological Aesthetics does so by placing the German Jesuit and his teacher, philosopher Martin Heidegger, into a richly detailed dialogue on aesthetics.

Karl Rahner has been aptly called the 20th century's “Church Father” and “quiet mover of the Roman Catholic Church.” Born in Freiburg (Breisgau), Germany, Rahner Author: Harvey Egan. Sixth Lecture - Dealing with Our Graced but Sinful Church Rahner shows that our nature and the essence of Christianity demands an ecclesial expression.

He sees the Church as the sacrament of the Kingdom and stresses the need for renewing our Church so it is a community where spiritual growth is fostered, equality celebrated, love made Size: KB. (especially Karl Rahner, S.J. and Edward Schillibeeckx, O.P.) helped us to recover the idea that in a fundamental way Christ is THE sacrament of God and that the Church is the primary sacrament of Christ in the world.

It’s on this basis that we can understand the seven sacraments of the Church as genuine engagements with Christ through his. Ronald Modras, "Karl Rahner: Moral Theology," Theology Digest, 31 (Winter ), ; William May, "Conscience formation and the teaching of the Church," Homiletic & Pastoral Review (October   Karl Rahner, (born March 5,Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden, Ger.—died MaInnsbruck, Austria), German Jesuit priest who is widely considered to have been one of the foremost Roman Catholic theologians of the 20th is best known for his work in Christology and for his integration of an existential philosophy of personalism with Thomistic.

Rahner's outspokenness and different approach to various theological teachings, which challenged the accepted and traditional interpretations of theology of the Catholic Church, caused him difficulties with the authorities in Rome. Their main difference with Rahner centered on the issue of the unchangeable teachings of the Church.

Rahner’s vision of the Church of tomorrow 30 November, Michael Brundell takes note of Karl Rahner’s vision of the Church of tomorrow, a Church of sinners, shaken perhaps by the storms of history and of internal conflict, but still united in love of each other and love of the Church itself.

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The Trinitarian Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas. Translated by Francesca Aran Murphy. N.Y., Oxford University Press, From an Evangelical Perspective: Fairbairn, Donald. Life in the Trinity: An Introduction to Theology with the Help of the Church Fathers.

Inter Varsity Press, From a Presbyterian Perspective: Letham, Robert. Karl Rahner. Karl Rahner was a German Jesuit and theologian who, alongside Henri de Lubac, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and Yves Congar, is considered one of the most influential Roman Catholic theologians of the 20th century.

Karl Rahner’s theological dissertation fromE latere Christi, submitted at the University of Innsbruck/Austria and published only inshows his early engagement with the church knew the sources and went on with it. Here, for the first time, this long-overlooked and underestimated study is, in a fascinating, detailed, and knowledgeable way, comprehensively.

The sacramental nature of the Word: Karl Rahner’s perspective J J Steven My ongoing discussion about the sacramental character of the proclaimed word of God will now veer away from the Lutheran reformation and focus on the views of Karl Rahner, one of the 20th century’s preeminent Roman Catholic theologians.

Rahner takes the major marian doctrines of, for example, her Immaculate Conception, Perpetual Virginity, Divine Maternity, etc., and with parallels from the Church fathers shows how the Church is prefigured in Mary, and how Our Lady is the model and fullfilment of the Church 5/5(5).

This essay by Karl Rahner has shaped sacramental theology in Catholic and Protestant circles ever since its publication. Get this from a library. The sacrament of the future: an evaluation of Karl Rahner's concept of the sacraments and the end of time.

[George Vass] -- A study of Karl Rahner's "Die siebenfältige Gabe: über d. Sakramente d. Kirche", published in by Verlag Ars Sacra (München) ; published in English in under the title "Meditations on the.

The Sacrament of Penance (also commonly called the Sacrament of Reconciliation or Confession) is one of the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church (known in Eastern Christianity as sacred mysteries), in which the faithful are absolved from sins committed after Baptism and they are reconciled with the Christian community.

While in current practice reconciliation. D.M. Baillie, The Theology of the Sacraments and otherD.S. Bailey, The Theology of the York: Charles Scribner's Sons, J.S. Bezzant, "Sacraments in Acts and the Pauline Epistles," The Modern Churchman 16 ().

L.W. Brown, "The Making of a Liturgy," Scottish Journal of Theology 4 (): J.C. Campbell. Theology of the doctrine of the church. ecclesiology. NT emphasizes the continuity between _____ and the church. Edward Schillebeeckx, and Karl Rahner all focused on.

the sacramental nature of the church. For Cyril of Jerusalem, the idea that the church includes every kind of person is a feature of the church's Christian Theology Final.Encounter the towering thought of Karl Rahner (–84), one of the most significant voices in Catholic theology in the twentieth century.

In this lecture course, you will journey through Rahner’s life, thought, and works. Under the guidance of Rahner expert Fr.

Richard Lennan, you will explore his theology of grace, which lies at the heart of his works.