Vatican authority and American Catholic dissent the Curran case and its consequences

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Published by Crossroad in New York .

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Subjects:

  • Curran, Charles E,
  • Catholic Church -- Teaching office,
  • Catholic Church -- United States -- History -- 20th century,
  • Catholic University of America -- History -- 20th century,
  • Academic freedom -- United States -- History -- 20th century,
  • Teaching, Freedom of -- United States -- History -- 20th century,
  • United States -- Church history -- 20th century

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Statementedited by William W. May.
ContributionsMay, William W.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX1746 .V38 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 208 p. ;
Number of Pages208
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Open LibraryOL2386192M
ISBN 100824508408
LC Control Number87015168

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Document of the German Bishops Addressed to All Members of the Church Who Are Commissioned to Preach the Faith. Dissent and the Catholic Religion Teacher. Dissent in the Church.4/5(1). Dissent and Confusion: Meet the American Catholic Council.

Eight members of ACC's national planning committee were recently emailed and asked to demonstrate their proclaimed allegiance to Vatican II by citing council documents. The response of all eight has been : James Penrice. In addition to her early work on Roman Catholic modernism, she has published two editions of a textbook, Introduction to Christianity, and two books Vatican authority and American Catholic dissent book feminism and American Catholicism, New Catholic Women and Springs of Water in a Dry Land.

She is the co-editor (with R. Scott Appleby) of a companion volume to this book, Being Right:5/5(2). There's no doubt that Catholic Church officials down through the centuries have taken a dim view of dissent, whether it was dissent from official doctrine or dissent from the orders of a legitimately appointed church superior.

And, as recent directives from the Vatican indicate, the view is getting dimmer still. Pure Catholic dissent. Parts of the book, and Sr.

Nancy's lectures, descended into pure psycho-babble; being who we are waiting to happen; if our "leaping" and "testing the leeway" convinces others that what we're doing is OK, then it's OK, without regard to any revealed Truths or external laws regarding it.

There is a denial of, or at least a. Ex Corde Ecclesiae and the American Catholic University. An Investigation of the Relationship between Church Authority and Catholic Higher Education in the United States. A thesis presented in. In a final section, Morris discusses the decline of American Catholicism after Vatican II, because of the issues regarding limits of authority and dissent, the role of women in the church and the.

Vatican authority and American Catholic dissent book all due respect, I dissent. I find nothing in the language or history of the Constitution to support the Court’s judgment. The Court simply fashions and announces a new constitutional right for pregnant mothers [ U.S.

] and, with scarcely any reason or authority for its action, invests that right with sufficient substance to. ''The problem in the American church is a problem about the structure of the church and where authority comes from,'' said Mr. Navarro, the Vatican spokesman. ''The Catholic. But, more than most organizations, the Vatican carefully reflects the intentions of its leader, and senior Vatican officials readily agree that the American penchant for dissent and debate conflicts with one of Pope John Paul II's most important goals: to assure clarity and cohesion in Roman Catholic : Roberto Suro.

Catholics and Abortion: Authority vs. Dissent. namely, the Vatican. Roman Catholic theologian (his missio canonica) as a consequence of having raised the issue of infallibility in his book.

Most Catholic theologians declined to join him in his challenge to the doctrine of infallibility, deciding that it was better to ignore. In her article "Moral Discourse in the Public Arena" in Vatican Authority and American Catholic Dissent, Margaret Farley makes an excellent case for public discourse in which each member of the church participates and shares insights, experiences and reflections.

Without the investment of the entire Christian community, the search for truth and meaning would be inadequate and incomplete. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. AUTHORITY, PUBLIC DISSENT AND THE NATURE OF THEOLOGICAL THINKING IN A RECENT analysis of the Catholic scene, Lutheran Richard John Neuhaus described the controversy over authority and dissent in the Catholic Church as " theologically debased and ecumenically sterile."Cited by: 2.

The Year of Revolution in American Catholic Education. Peter Mitchell’s book The Coup at Catholic University: The Revolution in American Catholic Education, recently published by Ignatius Press, is a detailed studied of revolutionary events that took place in the late Sixties at.

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American church after the Second Vatican Council (). Some American bishops did make commendable efforts to foster more collegiality within the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB) and promote cooperation between the hierarchy, theologians, and.

A week or two after hearing dissent preached from the pulpit of Holy Trinity Church, I found myself sitting in a suite of Washington’s Mayflower Hotel with Rev. John Ford, S.J., the preeminent American Catholic moralist of the day, and Germain Grisez, a brilliant young ethicist who, at the time, taught at Georgetown University.

Assent and Dissent in the RCC: Secondary: International Theological Commission. Theses on the Relationship between the Ecclesiatical Magisterium and Theology. MA: Publ. Office, United States Catholic Conference, Commentary by Otto Semmelroth and Karl Lehmann. Essays from Vatican Authority and American Catholic Dissent.

William May, ed. New LCWR Book Recounts Vatican’s ‘Intrusion’ However Long the Night demonstrates the LCWR’s determination to transform religious life on a secular model of democratization and. Michelle Bearden, “Vatican II Changed Catholics’ Thinking,” Tampa Tribune, October 1, “Bishops Criticize Theologian’s Book,” Austin American-Statesman, Ap Richard N.

Ostling, “Discord in the Church: A Decisive Pope John Paul Confronts Challenges to His Authority,” Time, February 4,   Pope John XXIII Convenes the. Second Vatican Council (Posted Novem ) What is the precise legal authority of the documents of Vatican II.

The Council itself was undoubtedly an authentic Ecumenical Council of the Catholic Church. 8 "Catholic Moral Teaching and the Limits of Dissent," in Vatican Authority and American Catholic Dissent, m W. May (New York: Crossroad, )at Cited by: 1.

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Organizations like Catholics United for the Faith and Catholic Answers are there to help provide solid information on these diverse subjects, and there are excellent web sites (e.g., ) where one can have quick access to Church documents and other Catholic resources.

dissent into darkness the vatican and catholic university's father charles curran disagreed over what a priest could teach about abortion, contraception and homosexuality. Loyal Dissent is the candid and inspiring story of a Catholic priest and theologian who, despite being stripped of his right to teach as a Catholic theologian by the Vatican, remains committed to the Catholic Church.

Over a nearly fifty-year career, Charles E. Curran has distinguished himself as the most well-known and the most controversial Catholic moral theologian in the United States. P>GRAND RAPIDS, MI (Catholic Online) - Too often a group claiming to act "in the spirit of Vatican II" advances an agenda opposed to the teachings of the council.

Such is the case with the "American Catholic Council" (ACC), which plans a national convention in Detroit the weekend of Pentecost, Author: James Penrice.

Margaret Farley. Margaret A. Farley (born Ap ) is an American religious sister and a member of the Roman Catholic Sisters of Mercy. She was Gilbert L. Stark Professor Emerita of Christian Ethics at Yale University Divinity School, where she taught Christian ethics from to It is a way of recognizing the primordial dignity of baptism as the basis for all mission and ministry." Vatican II's Lumen Gentium makes it perfectly clear in chapter 3 that the Church is Hierarchical.

Robert McClory: Promotes dissent as advancing Catholic thought and Christian teaching (U.S. Catholic magazine, May ). A week or two after hearing dissent preached from the pulpit of Holy Trinity Church, I found myself sitting in a suite of Washington’s Mayflower Hotel with Rev.

John Ford, S.J., the preeminent American Catholic moralist of the day, and Germain Grisez, a brilliant young. The Vatican is one of the most secretive institutions that the world has ever known.

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“Cardinal Sarah has established himself as a ‘parallel’ authority to Francis, through his books, lectures, and frequent travel to conservative outposts,” writes Lamb, Vatican correspondent Author: Harriet Sherwood.

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In Brand: Johns Hopkins University Press. When Catholic Priests Dissented By Caroline Kitchener As a vacancy on the Supreme Court calls into question the future of abortion rights in America, Humanae Vitae just.

As I argued, the Jansenist crisis can teach us a tremendous amount about reform, dissent, and ecclesial politics in the Catholic tradition. Familiarity with Jansenism and its friends and foes can help us better understand the agenda and the outcomes of not only the First Vatican Council (), but also the of Second (–65).In her article “Moral Discourse in the Public Arena” in Vatican Authority and American Catholic Dissent, Margaret Farley makes an excellent case for public discourse in which each member of the church participates and shares insights, experiences and reflections.

Without the investment of the entire Christian community, the search for truth.

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