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Papal primacy in ecumenical dialogue
Paul R. Rousseau
Written in English
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--Journal of Ecumenical Studies "This important study makes the ecclesiological thinking that has matured within the context of Catholic-Orthodox dialogue accessible to a wide readership." -- Heythrop Journal "The primacy of the Bishop of Rome is proving to be the most difficult problem in the ecumenical dialogue between the Catholic Church and Reviews: 1. Other “forms” of papal primacy are possible. The Catholic Church need not require the Orthodox to submit to the dogma of papal primacy as defined at Vatican I in , the so-called primacy of jurisdiction. Papal primacy was merely a primacy of honor, and the Pope the “first among equals” (primus inter pares), in the first millennium.
Dialogue Institute and Journal of Ecumenical Studies Temple University () / N. Broad Street, Suite / Philadelphia, PA [email protected] / Twenty theological papers contributed by international ecumenical scholars from various faith traditions for Farfa Centre conferences in and as background papers for the ongoing ecumenical dialogue on the papal office invited by Pope John Paul II in .
In response to Pope John Paul II’s request for a dialogue on Christian unity, set forth in the encyclical letter Ut Unum Sint, DeVille proposes a new model for the exercise of papal primacy. DeVille suggests the establishment of a permanent ecumenical synod consisting of all the patriarchal heads of Churches under a papal presidency, and. Paul McPartlan, professor for Systematic Theology and Ecumenism at the Catholic University of America and a member of the International Theological Dialogue between the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church, proposes in this booklet an analysis of the Ravenna Document (RD) from a Catholic perspective.
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Since the second Vatican Council, ecumenical interest in papal primacy has taken a new turn. Not since the sixteenth century has there been such lively discussion on its meaning and on the kinds of justification given to it. One major problem raised in recent ecumenical, theological and official interconfessional dialogue is the Catholic claim that Roman primacy is iure divino.
A crucial topic in Catholic-Orthodox ecumenical dialogue is the nature and exercise of universal primacy in the church. InPope John Paul II expressed the hope that pastors and theologians of both churches might seek ways in which the papal ministry could accomplish "a service of love recognized by all concerned" (Ut Unum Sint).
In this/5(3). Papal primacy, also known as the primacy of the bishop of Rome, is a Christian ecclesiological doctrine concerning the respect and authority that is due to the pope from other bishops and their episcopal sees.
English academic and Catholic priest Aidan Nichols wrote that "at root, only one issue of substance divides the Eastern Orthodox and the Catholic Churches, and that is the issue of the.
The mixed results of the ecumenical dialogue since the Second Vatican Council have made it clear that the primacy of the Bishop of Rome remains the single most serious obstacle on the path of ecumenism. This book explores in depth the discussion of papal primacy in the Catholic-Orthodox, Catholic-Lutheran and Catholic Anglican dialogues.
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The mixed results of the ecu 3/5. 17 For one of the fullest discussions of the question of papal primacy by a 17th century Lutheran author, see Johannes Gerhardus: Confessio Catholica, liber II, articulus III, "De pontifice Romano" (Frankfurt and Leipzig: Christianus Genschius Johannes Andreae, ), pp.
For instance, in his encyclical letter on ecumenism inSt. John Paul II expressed openness to finding “a way of exercising the primacy which, while in no way renouncing what is. Church Unity and the Papal Office provides the first theological and ecumenical response to Pope John Paul II's encyclical Ut Unum Sint ("That All May Be One").
Scholars representing Anglican, Orthodox, Lutheran, Methodist, and Evangelical churches offer fresh perspectives on this pivotal document calling for a "patient and fraternal dialogue" concerning the ministry of the papal 3/5(1).
One major problem raised in recent ecumenical, theological and official interconfessional dialogue is the Catholic claim that Roman primacy is iure divino.
The purpose of this study is to examine the meaning of the iure divino qualification of papal primacy as it has been taught and understood in the Catholic, Lutheran and Anglican traditions. The biblical roots of papal primacy in the context of ecumenical dialogue are investigated in the exegetical work of Rudolf Pesch.
54 The former archbishop of San Francisco, John Quinn, contributed a book with broader strokes and more practically oriented. A Service of Love: Papal Primacy, the Eucharist, and Church Unity PDF search engine helps you find free books in pdf format.
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Indifferentism and Syncretism Repackaged. At the heart of the Novus Ordo Church there is Ecumenism, a collection of heretical, erroneous, and impious beliefs and practices that — officially — aims to bring about “unity” among all those who claim the name of “Christian.”In similar fashion, the practice of Interreligious.
It can be said that the entire Decree on Ecumenism is permeated by the spirit of conversion. 59 In the Document, ecumenical dialogue takes on a specific characteristic; it becomes a "dialogue of conversion", and thus, in the words of Pope Paul VI, an authentic "dialogue of salvation".
60 Dialogue cannot take place merely on a horizontal level. Recent popes have sought to explore ways to exercise papal primacy in terms more amenable to other Christians. For instance, in his encyclical letter on ecumenism inSt. John Paul II expressed openness to finding “a way of exercising the primacy which, while in no way renouncing what is essential to its mission, is nonetheless open to a.
The papacy is clearly the greatest difficulty facing ecumenical dialogue today, and particularly the dialogue between Catholicism and Orthodoxy. Yet there is a doorway of hope.
In his encyclical, Ut unum sint, John Paul II expressed a desire for common reflection on the exercise of papal s: 6. The Lutheran-Catholic Dialogue in the United States first met inthe first dialogue established by the Commission for Ecumenical Affairs (now called the BCEIA).
The dialogue has explored a wide range of theological topics, including koinonia ecclesiology, justification by faith, papal primacy, Eucharist, and Baptism. An Orthodox Theologian’s Reflection on the Exercise of Papal Primacy By Olivier Clément, translated by M.S.
Laird pp. $ This book is a rare gem because it is one of the extraordinarily few Orthodox responses to the unprecedented invitation of Pope and the international Orthodox-Catholic joint dialogue has nearly collapsed.
By Sergio Centofanti. One hundred fifty years ago, on 18 Julythe Constitution Pastor Aeternus, which defined the two dogmas of the primacy of the Pope and papal infallibility, was promulgated. Long and heated discussions. The Dogmatic Constitution was approved unanimously by the Council Fathers present “after long, fierce, and heated discussions,” as Paul VI said during a.
Primacy in the Church from Vatican I to Vatican II is a book written by the Very Reverend Maximos Vgenopoulos, who is the Grand Archdeacon of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I. In this book, the author examines the concept of papal primacy from an Orthodox perspective using the two most recent "ecumenical" councils as a s: 1.
The question of the Church in contemporary ecumenical dialogue, Philip G. Ziegler; Ut unum sint: some cross-bench Anglican reflections, John B.
Webster; De Lubac, Ratzinger and von Balthasar: a communal adventure in ecclesiology, Francesca Aran Murphy; Watch and pray: a reflection on the meaning of Ut, Susan Frank Parsons. The Primacy of the Bishop of Rome#Opposition to the doctrine section is just an unreferenced list that does not differentiate how the Churches changed between the Apostolic Age, the pre-ecumenical Ante-Nicene Period, the First Council of Nicaea convened by Constantine I, the First Council of Constantinople canon 3, the Council of Chalcedon.I was asked to talk about whether there is an emerging ecumenical consensus on papal primacy.
I would prefer in some way to talk instead about the universal mission and ministry of the bishop of Rome. However, this is not to deny that there is a primacy exercised by the bishop of Rome that is part of the mission and ministry.Consider to what extent the history of the earliest ecumenical councils harmonizes with either of these two theses.
First, from Vatican II: “There never is an ecumenical council which is not confirmed or at least recognized as such by Peter’s it is the prerogative of the Roman Pontiff to convoke such councils, to preside over them, and to confirm them.”.