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Overview The years 1987 and 1990 saw the publication of two unprecedented and immediately popular reference works, The New Dictionary of Theology and The New Dictionary of Sacramental Worship. The present work, The New Dictionary of Catholic Spirituality, edited by Michael Downey, is intended as a companion to these, with a parallel aim and purpose. The NDCS is a collaborative attempt to take stock of the remarkable developments in the Church and the world since the Second Vatican Council, but with a specific focus on the reform and renewal of Catholic spirituality that the Council set in motion. The dictionary is intended to serve as a reliable theological and pastoral resource, not just for experts, but for all those interested in spirituality: teachers at all levels, writers, preachers, and students.
The years 1987 and 1990 saw the publication of two unprecedented and immediately popular reference works, "The New Dictionary of Theology" and "The New Dictionary of Sacramental Worship." The present work, "The New Dictionary of Catholic Spirituality," edited by Michael Downey, is intended as a companion to these, with a parallel aim and purpose. The "NDCS" is a collaborative attempt to take stock of the remarkable developments in the Church and the world since the Second Vatican Council, but with a specific focus on the reform and renewal of Catholic spirituality that the Council set in motion.
The dictionary is intended to serve as a reliable theological and pastoral resource, not just for experts, but for al those interested in spirituality: teachers at al levels, writers, preachers, and students.
In addition to the over 500 entries, the dictionary includes alphabetical and topical indices, cross-referencing, and running heads al in a durable binding.
Entries include: "Prayer" by John H. Wright, SJ "Grace" by Roger Haight, SJ "Experience" by Tad Dunne "Praxis" by Rebecca S. Chopp "Sacraments "by David N. Power, OMI "Faith" by Mary Ann Fatula, OP "Hope" by Monika K. Hellwig "Love" by Elizabeth Dreyer "Virtue" by Paul J. Wadell, CP "Discernment of Spirits" by Michael J. Buckley, SJ "History of Christian Spirituality" by Richard Woods, OP"Western Medieval Spirituality" by Walter H. Principe, CSB "Feminist Spirituality" by Sandra M. Schneiders, IHM "Early Christian Spirituality" by Daniel J. Harrington, SJ "Patristic Spirituality "by David G. Hunter "Reformation and Catholic Reformation Spiritualties" by John W. O'Malley, SJ "Modern Spirituality" by Thomas F. McKenna, CM "Contemporary Spirituality "by James J. Bacik "Apostolic Spirituality" by Mary Milligan, RSHM "Benedictine Spirituality" by Terrence G. Kardong, OSB "Cistercian Spirituality" by Michael Casey, OCSO "Franciscan Spirituality" by Michael Blastic, OFM Conv "Dominican Spirituality" by Ronald J. Zawilla "Ignatian Spirituality" by Harvey D. Egan, SJ "Lay Spirituality" by Edward C. Sellner "Trinitarian Spirituality" by Catherine M. LaCugna and Michael Downey "Christian Spirituality" by Walter H. Principe, CSB
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Studio: Michael Glazier
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 6.4" Height: 2.3" Weight: 3.65 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2000
Publisher Liturgical Press
ISBN 0814655254 ISBN13 9780814655252
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More About Michael Downey
Since completing his doctorate under the direction of David Power in 1982, Michael Downey has served as professor of theology and spirituality at universities and seminaries in the United States. His abiding theological commitment to those who are wounded and marginalized has brought him to serve the church most in need through lectures, conferences, and retreats in different parts of the world. From 1997-2011 he served as the Cardinal's Theologian, Archdiocese of Los Angeles. He is currently Diocesan Theologian in San Bernardino, CA.
Michael Downey currently resides in Los Angeles, in the state of California.
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Comprehensive and Well written Guide for all things Catholic Dec 8, 1999
If you have ever wanted a complete, easy-to-read, and practical explaination of the Catholic faith, this is the book for you.
From Abandonment and Abba to Worship and Zeal it is all here in this one volume. And the most impressive feature is that each article by the more than 150 contributors does not use a bunch of secular terms which defy understanding.
It also covers other major theological thought and actions so that it is suitable for those who want to learn and for those what simply want to brush up.