The Authentic Doctrine of the Eucharist

Sampul Depan
Rowman & Littlefield, 1993 - 180 halaman
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At the heart of Roman Catholicism lies the celebration of the Eucharist as it both expresses and renews the living faith of Catholics. Each new generation accepts the tradition, even as it articulates its own authentic understanding and expression of the Eucharistic doctrine. The Authentic Doctrine of the Eucharist documents the rich heritage of this living tradition.
 

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The Official Doctrine of the Eucharist
1
Berengar of Tours
2
2 Berengars Eucharistic Theology
3
3 Churchs Response to Berengars Eucharistic Theology
6
Oath of 1079
8
4 Results of the Controversy
10
Thomas Aquinas Eucharistic Theology
11
1 The Doctrine of the Real Presence
12
Interpersonal Relationships
64
2 What is Reality? Schillebeeckx Basic Principles
66
3 The Eucharistic Presence of Christ
68
The Signifying Function of the Bread and Wine
69
The Real Presence of Christ in the Church
71
4 Transubstantiation andor Transignification?
73
Vatican Response
76
Discussion Questions
80

2 The Sacrifice of the Mass
16
Council of Trent
19
1 The Doctrine of the Real Presence
20
Affirmation of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist
21
Transubstantiation
23
2 The Doctrine of the Sacrifice of the Mass
25
Conclusion
28
Discussion Questions
29
AggiornamentoEucharistic Renewal at Vatican II
31
Liturgical Movement
32
Vatican IIConciliar Eucharistic Theology
33
1 Renewal of the Liturgy
34
2 Active Participation
35
The Christian Community
36
4 Meaning of the Liturgy
37
5 Multiple Presences of Christ in the Liturgy
38
6 The Liturgy as Sanctification and Worship
41
7 The Practicalities of Active Participation
42
Revision of the rite
43
Emphasis on the Word
44
Use of the Vernacular
45
Rite of Communion
46
Conclusion
47
Discussion Questions
49
The EucharistA Personal Encounter with Christ
50
Historical Background
51
2 Rediscovery of the Sacramental Symbolic Activity
53
3 ReInterpretation of the Tridentine Concept of Substance
55
4 Emphasis on the Manifold Presence of Christ
56
5 Ecumenical Movement
57
Theology of the Sacraments
58
The Sacrament of God
59
The Sacrament of Christ
60
4 Toward a Definition of the Sacraments
61
The Reinterpretation of the Eucharist
62
The EucharistA Sacrament of Service
81
Liberation Theology
82
2 Toward a Definition of Liberation Theology
84
3 The Methodology of Liberation Theology
85
Hermeneutical Meditation
86
Practical Mediation
87
5 Basic Christian Communities
88
Theology of the Sacraments in Liberation Theology
90
The Reinterpretation of the Eucharist in Liberation Theology
93
1 The Irrelevance and Meaninglessness of the Eucharistic Celebration
94
2 The History of the Eucharist
95
New Testament Accounts of the Eucharist
96
Early Church Understanding of the Eucharist
99
Eucharist from the Fourth to the Twentieth Century
101
3 Rediscovering the Link Between the Eucharist Justice and Liberation
102
4 The Eucharistic Community as the Body of Christ
108
Vatican Response to Liberation Theology
114
Discussion Questions
119
The Future of the Eucharist
120
Common Ground
122
1 Refusal to Separate Faith and Life
123
2 The Eucharist as a Meal
124
3 The Importance of Community
125
4 Renewed Understanding of Church
127
5 The Importance of Response in the Eucharist
130
Implications
131
1 Presider of the Eucharist
132
2 Ecumenism
136
3 Church Authority
138
Discussion Questions
142
Endnotes
144
Bibliography
169
Index
177
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Teresa Whalen, a native of Saskatchewan, Canada, completed a Master of Arts in Religion at the University of Manitoba. She is a consultant with the Office of Religious Education at the Archdiocese of Regina, and she frequently directs catechetical and sacramental workshops and retreats.

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