From Trent to Vatican II: Historical and Theological Investigations by Raymond F. Bulman

From Trent to Vatican II: Historical and Theological Investigations

EditorRaymond F. Bulman, Frederick J. ParrellaForeword byJill Raitt

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The second Vatican Council was convened by Pope John XXIII between 1962 and 1965. It marked a fundamental shift toward the modern Church and its far-reaching innovations replaced or radically changed many of the practices, rules, and attitudes that had dominated Catholic life and culturesince the Council of Trent in the sixteenth century. In this book a distinguished team of historians and theologians offers an impartial investigation of the relationship between Vatican II and Trent by examining such issues as Eucharistic theology, liturgical change, clerical reform, the laity,the role of women, marriage, confession, devotion to Mary, and interfaith understanding. As the first book to present such a comprehensive study of the connection between the two great Councils, this is an invaluable resource for students, theologians, and church historians, as well as for bishops,clergy, and religious educators.

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Raymond F. Bulman is Professor of Systematic Theology and Religious Studies at Saint John's University. Frederick J. Parrella is Associate Professor of Theology in the Religious Studies Department at Santa Clara University. They are co-editors of two scholarly volumes: Paul Tillich: A New Catholic Assessment and Religion in the New M...
From Trent to Vatican II: Historical and Theological Investigations
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Title:From Trent to Vatican II: Historical and Theological InvestigationsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 6.1 × 9.21 × 0.79 inPublished:May 25, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Foreward - Jill Raitt1. Introduction: From Trent to Vatican II - Raymond F. Bulman. 2. From the Council of Trent to "Tridentinism" - Giuseppe Albergio. 3. A Marriage Made in America: Trent and the Baroque - Anthony Stevens-Arroyo. 4. The Council of Trent at the Second Vatican Council - Joseph Komonchak. 5. Robert Bellarmine and Post-Tridentine Eucharistic Theology - Robert Daly, S.J.. 6. The Latin of the Roman Rite - Gerard Sloyan. 7. Priestly formation - Kenan Osborne, O.F.M.. 8. Singing a New Song unto the Lord: Catholic Church Music - James Boyce, O.Carm. 9. Moral Theology - James Keenan, S.J.. 10. The Virgin Mary - Lawrence Cunningham. 11. The Laity - Paul Lakeland. 12. Christian Marriage - William Roberts. 13. Religious Life for Women: From Enclosure to Immersion - Doris Gottemoeller, R.S.M.. 14. From Confession to Reconciliation and Back: Sacremental Penance - W. David Myers. 15. Responding to Religious Difference: Conciliar Perspectives - Jeannine Hill Fletcher. 16. "Beset on Every Side": Re-imagining the Ideology of the Roman Catechism (1566) - Robert Brancatelli. 17. Trent and Vatican II: Two Styles of Church - John O'Malley, S.J.. 18. Conclusion: A Clash of Ecclesiologies - Fredrick J. Parella.

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"No other book contributes more to the understanding of the Council and the Catholic Church. By comparing the continuities as well as discontinuities between Vatican II and Trent, the authors, all renowned theologians, illumine a host of central and debated issues within contemporarytheology. This book is a must read for anyone interested in Roman Catholicism and how it has sought to meet the challenges of the Protestant Reformation and modernity."--Francis Schussler Fiorenza, Stillman Professor of Roman Catholic Studies, Harvard Divinity School