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Doctrine & Life incorporating Religious Life Review
Sisters in the Troubles
Briege Rafferty and Dianne Kirby report on a ‘unique, innovative and interdisciplinary and collaborative project that combines academic data and archival research with oral history. The project is committed to furthering study of the history of the churches’ involvement in the “Troubles”, with its bright moments as well as its ambiguities, but above all to the neglected role of women of faith.’
A Fairer Society is Possible
David Begg, former secretary-general of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, contributes the first in what will be a regular series on ‘Justice Questions’. He argues that the great challenge of our time is to combine three things – economic efficiency, social justice and individual liberty.
Real Presences: What the New Mass Restored
Michael H. Marchal shows how, without denigrating the ‘real and substantial presence of Jesus’ in the consecrated bread and wine, the Roman liturgical books now also speak of his real presence in the gathered assembly, in the ministers and their service, and in the proclamation of the Word. And that the Celebration is intended to lead towards commitment to Christ’s fifth presence, as taught in Matthew 25.
Journeying towards the Fullness of Truth
Peter Phillips reflects on insights from John Henry Newman, Bernard Lonergan, and Charles Davis.
Donald Trump, Jung and the Shadow
Mary Stefanazzi finds in the work of Carl Gustav Jung insights that help deal with feelings prompted by the election of President Trump.
Revisiting Desire, for Seekers
Kevin Grove, C.S.C., suggests that in an age when ecclesial modes of life are called into question, the theology of religious vows provides a perhaps unsuspectedly constructive point of contact and dialogue between Church and secular culture.
Reconciliation: The Love of Christ Compels
Archbishop John Neill reflects on the sensitive celebration of significant centenaries – the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme (both 1916), Dominicans 800, and the five-hundredth anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. These are opportunities to recognize truths recovered, and to acknowledge that these are not the only truths to shape our lives.
Criteria for the Application of Chapter VIII of Amoris Laetitia
Bishops of Malta
Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia
Chapter VIII: Accompanying, Discerning and Integrating Weakness
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