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Meet Henri De Lubac

Rudolf Voderholzer

Meet Henri De Lubac

his life and work

by Rudolf Voderholzer

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Published by Ignatius Press in San Francisco, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lubac, Henri de, -- 1896-1991.,
  • Theologians -- France -- Biography.,
  • Catholics -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRudolf Voderholzer ; translated by Michael J. Miller.
    GenreBiography.
    ContributionsMiller, Michael J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4705.L7918 A55 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination222 p. ;
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20914549M
    ISBN 101586171283
    ISBN 109781586171285

      Then, turning to the coffin, Etchegaray said, “Encore une fois, au nom du pape, j’incline la tête devant le pere de Lubac (Once more, in the name of the Pope, I bow my head before Fr. de Lubac).” This is much more than a charming story, for upon John Paul’s reverence for Henri de Lubac hangs a very interesting tale of continuing. In a book about Vatican II, Card. Henri de Lubac reports that the author of Fring's intervention was none other than Fr. Joseph Ratzinger, his personal secretary. Then, the choice of Ratzinger for Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith would have been to carry out the destruction that he initiated in that intervention.

    Henri de Lubac brilliantly draws the theme of unity out of the sacraments, the Church, Dogma, etc, etc. What is refreshing about this book even though it is 60 years old is that unity is to be found within the Mystical Body of Christ, not like some heterodox theologians of today who believe unity is achieved by adhering to some pseudo.   In the early days of Ignatius Press, one of the most important books we published was the English translation of Fr. Henri de Lubac’s classic Meditations sur l’Eglise (The Splendor of the.

    Guardini prend place auprès des grands théologiens catholiques du XXe siècle, aux côtés d'Henri de Lubac, Karl Rahner ou Hans Urs von Balthasar. On lui doit en particulier une réflexion approfondie sur la liturgie et il est un des protagonistes majeurs de ce qu'il est convenu d'appeler le Mouvement liturgique. The title of the book is: The Christian Faith.. It is written by Henri de Lubac. About this Item: Ignatius Press, San Francisco. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. This immensely learned book begins with the simple statement, ''Let us reread our Credo, the one called The Apostles' Creed.''End date:


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Meet Henri De Lubac by Rudolf Voderholzer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The German-born-and-educated Roman Catholic priest and theologian Rudolf Voderholzer’s page book Meet Henri de Lubac: His Life and Work (Ignatius Press, ) is accessible. It is a translation of Voderholzer’s page book in German, which in turn is based on his page book in German about the prolific French Jesuit /5(13).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Overview of the Life of Henri de Lubac --Story of a Theologian --The Cardinal --Formation --Professor in Lyons --World War II and Intellectual Resistance --A "New Theology"?--Collaborating on the Second Vatican Council --Twilight Years in Paris --Theology in History --Paradox and Mystery --Man in.

Henri de Lubac, S.J. | Ignatius Insight Author Page NEW. Meet Henri de Lubac: His Life and Work by Rudolph Voderholzer This work traces the life and writings of this French Jesuit priest, revealing the importance and brilliance of de Lubac's works, the holiness of his life, and his deep love for the Church, which sometimes persecuted this faithful son and devoted priest.

Henri-Marie Joseph Sonier de Lubac SJ (bahasa Prancis: ; lahir di Cambrai, Prancis, 20 Februari – meninggal di Paris, Prancis, 4 September pada umur 95 tahun), juga dikenal sebagai Henri de Lubac, adalah seorang imam Yesuit Prancis yang menjadi kardinal Gereja Katolik dan dianggap sebagai salah satu teolog paling berpengaruh pada abad ke Tulisan dan riset doktrinalnya.

The main themes of that work remain as important now Meet Henri De Lubac book when de Lubac first took them up--perhaps even more important. And there is no one better able to discuss these themes than von Balthasar, a master of theology in his own right and de Lubac's great friend for over fifty years.

Co-published with Communio : $   Meet Henri de Lubac Rudolf Voderholzer. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ () writes with deep affection and respect about another theological giant French theologian and cardinal Henri de Lubac who died in What we see in de Lubac is a great and punctilious scholar, a man of the Church, and a man of deep humility Reviews: 3.

“Surprising news!” With these words, Fr. Henri de Lubac, S.J., whose orthodoxy had been so vigorously attacked, responded to the announcement of his selection to participate in the 2nd Vatican Council. His participation as a theologian and expert would make a lasting impact on the Council, and his insights and comments are recorded in this long-awaited Notebooks trace the two.

Following up his first book, Paradoxes of Faith, containing wonderful, short reflections on themes of Christianity and the spiritual life, this second book presents more thought-provoking gems that once again illustrate the magnificent language, clarity, spiritual understanding and shrewd discernment of the great theologian and spiritual writer Henri de Lubac, S.J.

Presented categorically below are the complete works of Henri de Lubac, following the opera omnia proposed by the International Cardinal Henri de Lubac Association.

Each of the French titles below is hyperlinked to a custom search in our library's online catalogue, which will provide you with a list of all available translations and editions of that particular work in our library.

In this important volume one finds the ultimate justification for de Lubac's positions against the atheisms of East and West.

The book stands as a gloss on this dictum of Thomas Aquinas: "In every act of thought and will, God is also thought and willed implicitly." Although his book provoked much controversy at the time of its original publication, de Lubac insisted that its intention was Reviews: 1.

Henri de Lubac, S.J. () was a French Jesuit and one of the greatest theologians of the twentieth century. De Lubac was ordained a priest on Augpursued further studies in Rome untiland then became a faculty member at Catholic Faculties of Theology of Lyons, where he taught history of religions until   Cardinal Etchegaray, Henri de Lubac, and Vatican II What is still very much the needful thing today is the de Lubac attitude.

Septem Bishop Robert Barron The Dispatch 15 Print. Meet Henri De Lubac His Life and Work. By: Rudolf Voderholzer. $ $ (Online eBook Discount) eBook.

"I bow my head to Father Henri de Lubac." Subsequently, the Pope appointed the holy and beloved theologian a Cardinal.

This book reveals who this great Churchman and theologian was, and the importance of his writings. Henri de Lubac. Milan: Edizioni San Paolo. ISBN Voderholzer, Rudolf ().

Meet Henri de Lubac: His Life and Work. San Francisco: Ignatius Press. ISBN Wood, Susan K. Spiritual Exegesis and the Church in the Theology of Henri de Lubac. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. Eerdmans Publishing Company. ISBN. The book is divided into three parts, with essays from well-known scholars on de Lubac’s work in particular, or nouvelle théologie—of which de Lubac was a part—in general.

In part 1, de Lubac’s life and work are treated in their historical, theological, and philosophical context. Description. The French Jesuit Henri de Lubac (–) was one of the most influential theologians of the twentieth century. The publication of his Surnaturel inaddressing the issue of the interrelation of nature and the supernatural, precipitated one of the most far-reaching theological debates of the century, culminating in a new historical, methodological, and theological.

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Rudolf Voderholzer is the author of Meet Henri De Lubac ( avg rating, 14 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Regensburger Sonntagsbibel ( avg rat /5(3). Meet Henri de Lubac: His Life and Work () by Rudolf Voderholzer, Michael J. Miller Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. You can unsubscribe at any : Henri de Lubac, La Pensée Religieuse du Père Teilhard de Chardin (Paris: Aubier, ), English translation: The Man and His Meaning, (New York: New American Library, ) [5] Monitum: “Several works of Fr.

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, some of which were posthumously published, are being edited and are gaining a good deal of success. page book Meet Henri de Lubac, translated by Michael J. Miller(San Francisco: Ignatius Press, ) is accessible. It is a translation of Voderholzer’s page book in German, which in turn is based on his page book in German about de Lubac, whose theological views contributed to .In the Notebooks, Henri de Lubac takes time to point out the strengths and weaknesses of those who orchestrated the entire council, such as Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani.

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