Item description for The History of Vatican II, Vol. 5: The Council and the Transition, the Fourth Period and the End of the Council, September 1965-December 1965 (History Of Vatican 2 #5) by Giuseppe Alberigo, Joseph A. Komonchak & Matthew J. O'Connell...
The final volume of this definitive history of the Second Vatican Council takes the reader through the approval of texts such as the 'Constitution on Divine Revelation', the 'Decree on Religious Liberty', the 'Decree on the Church's Missionary Activity', and the 'Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World'.
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Studio: Orbis Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.74" Width: 6.64" Height: 1.81" Weight: 2.82 lbs.
Release Date May 26, 2006
Publisher Orbis Books
Series History Of Vatican 2
Series Number 5
ISBN 1570751552 ISBN13 9781570751554
Availability 0 units.
More About Giuseppe Alberigo, Joseph A. Komonchak & Matthew J. O'Connell
Alberigo is director of the Institute for Religious Studies in Bologna.
Giuseppe Alberigo currently resides in Bologna.
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Recommended for college-level students of Catholic history Feb 21, 2001
The hefty price tag of this history may keep it from all but the most specialized Catholic library collections, but it continues the coverage of Vatican II begun in previous volumes, with this covering the mature council, second period and intersession from September 1963-1964 - a period in which the Vatican II began to assume its character. From the debate of collegiality to the Council's completion of the first two documents, chapters cover its revision of major texts and its political involvements. Recommended for college-level students of Catholic history.