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Abraham 149
abortion 71, 126
aggiornamento 2, 30, 120, 250
and Vatican II 258–79
anthropology/anthropologi cal
51, 76–79, 81, 126, 150,
214, 241, 243
apostolic succession 188,
194–7
papal and episcopal
succession 197–200

Arius 70

baptism 44, 171, 221, 255
being 8, 19–22, 71, 77, 225,
263, 269, 271, 273–4
and time 8
Bible, scripture 22–4, 25, 33,
34, 36, 37, 40, 43, 48, 49,
55–7, 76, 82, 89–91, 145,
159, 167, 171, 179, 218,
221, 238–9, 241, 243,
244–6, 275–
bishops 116, 187–207
teaching office of 246–51
body of Christ 16, 83, 85, 93
Buddhism, Buddhists 145,
152

canon law 104, 187n. 9
201–202
catechesis/catechism 229–31,
240–6
christology 34, 51, 66, 92, 93,
120, 174–6

Church

Eastern Churches 22, 171,
Roman Catholic 86,
109–110, 143, 161, 163,
164, 165–6, 168–70, 172,
198, 202–4, 230–1, 241,
266–7
and the world 124
mem ory of 91
as communion (see also
‘communion’ and ‘communion
ecclesiology’),
5, 83–87,
112–18, 192, 221, 228, 229
as mystical body of Christ
85, 94, 101–2, 154, 172,
221
nature of the Church 88–94
as people of God 93 104–6,
and salvation 154–60
communion 83, 85, 115–18,
192, 194, 206, 232, 234,
240
Communio project , 95,
114–18
Communio (journal) 3, 84,
118, 223, 240
Concilium (journal) 2, 3, 113,
121, 189–91
Congregation for the Doctrine
of the Faith (CDF) 4, 5, 9,
95, 100, 110, 108, 113, 141,
143, 161, 179–80, 181,
184, 191, 201–2, 207, 212,
214, 226, 247
conscience 206–7

continuity 81, 88, 91
and discontinuity 266–79
conversion 44, 46, 53–7, 64, 69,
102, 145, 161, 175, 231,
235, 255
covenant 57, 75, 93, 103,
149–50, 195–7, 209, 212
creation 35, 52, , 64, 65, 70,
74, 102, 107–8, 125, 212,
222, 242
cross 12, 102, 120–6
culture 52, 67, 71, 82, 113, 119,
127–30, 176, 227, 232 241,
242, 247, 250–6, 271,

death 39, 71, 72, 74, 78, 98,
102, 126, 227, 240
decalogue 129, 171
Dei Verbum 258–64
dialogue 140, 142–4, 233
didache 188, 194
dogma 26–28, 124, 160, 161,
215, 244–6
as historical 26–8, 73, 193
Dominus Iesus 100, 142, 143

ecclesial 45–8, 122, 140
teaching office (see
magisterium)
ecclesiology 81–85, 108, 142,
203
of communion 85, 87,
106–10, 113–14, 187
euchariatic ecclesiology
102–4

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INDEX

285

ecumenism 139, 140, 160–72,
261
Enlightenment, the 19, 39, 66,
122, 128–32, 135, 148,
152, 253
eschatology/eschatological
51–2,72, 87, 90, 92, 99,
105–7, 111, 135, 145
ethics 5, 6, 65, 167, 174, 219,
242,
eucharist (see also ‘eucharistic
ecclesiology’
) 44, 83, 93, 94,
99, 103, 227–9, 239, 240
evangelization 140, 142,
225–56
exegesis 18, 25, 32–7, 48, 82,
88, 89, 244,
Exodus 67–70, 156

Fathers of the Church 22–5,
36, 70, 102, 154, 256, 261,
265, 278,
freedom (see also ‘faith and
freedom’)
30, 60–2, 69–71,
124, 126, 129, 130–3,
207–12
faith 18–22, 29, 41, 44, 51,
53–8, 99, 131–8, 248, 255,
278
and modernity 28–33, 120
and reason 8, 12, 18, 20,
28, 34, 37–42, 47, 122,
129–134, 136–8, 162,
176–7, 186, 200, 204–5,
214, 218–23, 278
and freedom 207–12
and politics 119

Galileo Galilei 43
Gaudium et Spes 12, 84, 119–22,
265, 273
grace 76, 81, 83, 104–5, 154,
209–10, 221–23, 253, 256,
271,
and nature 81
gnosis 23, 47, 72, 177, 194–96
God 31–32, 39–40, 43–45,
55–6, 60–71, 77– 79,126,
128, 131–133, 141, 221,
254
‘of the philosophers’/
philosophical conceptions
God 18–22

gospel 20, 23, 40, 48, 54, 75,
88, 93, 95, 97, 118, 124,
160, 167, 182, 207, 248,
250–56
Greek antiquity 54, 55, 56
Greek thought, Greek
enlightenment 18–22,
39, 40, 56, 249, 252, 253,
255, 278

heaven 72,–4, 158
hell 72, 74
hellenistic 13, 22, 55
hermeneutics 13, 17, 28, 33,
166, 275–9
and tradition 42–5
Hinduism 145, 152, 156–7
history 57, 74, 75, 76–9, 128,
160, 165, 215, 227, 256
historical method 33, 243–4
HIV/AIDS 71, 126
Holy Spirit 117, 192
hope 72–5
Humanae Vitae 184

incarnation 11–12, 76, 83, 100,
120
individualism 90
inculturation 186, 229,
233–240, 251–256
infallibility 185, 192, 199

Jansenist 154
Jainism, Jains 145
Jewish 43, 129, 145, 212, 278
John the Baptist 93,
Judaism 148, 154, 197

kingdom of God 17, 91, 92,
93

last Supper/lord’s Supper 87–8,
102, 172
logos 19–21,41,131, 132, 136,
176, 248, 254
love 19–22, 42, 59–65, 71–2,
208–11, 215, 220, 221–22,
227–28, 240, 260, 260
liberation 68–9, 99, 124, 133,
158, 207, 274
liberation theology 5, 51,133,
134, 141, 173, 174, 177–8,
184–5, 218

liberalism 48, 52, 90, 99, 101,
170, 187, 213, 214, 218,
274–5,
Lumen Gentium 83–4,101,
103,108, 110, 121, 189,
248
liturgy/liturgical acts 23–24,
44, 99, 173, 227, 233–240,
263, 265

magisterium 18, 33, 45–8,
179–223,
and free expression 207–12
and morality 212–21
magisterium: faith and
morality 221–4
manichean 82n.4
Marxism/Marxist 51, 53, 77,
90, 99, 123, 173, 243, 265,
274
mediaeval theology 17
metaphysics 39, 76, 145,
242
anti-metaphysical 130
metanoia 8, 46, 51, 53–7
Middle Ages 17, 23–24, 36,
97, 99, 123, 193, 235, 240,
252
mission 83, 87, 93, 94, 96, 107,
140, 143, 150, 154, 159,
175, 180, 181, 197, 210,
215, 225–27, 231–32, 235,
243, 245, 249, 251,
modernity 13, 81, 83, 121,
122, 127
modern context 51, 119
modern theology 124
modernization 2, 30
and faith, see faith and
modernity.

monotheism 56, 148, 153,
moral theology 54, 218–223
Muslims (Islam) 128, 129, 146,
148, 149, 156–157
mythology 19–21
mysticism 43, 145, 148, 151,
152, 153, 171

National Episcopal
Conferences 4, 81, 182,
184, 225, 231, 235, 252
‘New Age’ religions 126, 145,
148, 176–7, 178

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INDEX

286

New Testament 16, 34, 43, 55,
73, 75, 87, 91, 92, 103–104,
117, 154, 155, 171, 173, 188,
195, 212, 218, 221–21, 270

Old Testament 16, 17, 22, 34,
43, 55, 75, 87, 93, 108,
195–6, 207, 221, 235
orthodoxy (in Catholicism) 4,
45, 173, 182, 186, 218, 219,
220, 222,
Orthodox Churches and
ecumenism 160–4
Orthodox theology/
theologians 103, 105, 107
orthopraxis 173, 218–19, 220,
222

Papacy 88, 144, 146, 154, 172,
181, 187–200
Paul/Pauline 16, 28, 211–2,
218, 221–2
penance 53, 54
philosophy 18, 20, 22, 32–4,
37–40, 47–8, 70, 74, 111,
129–131, 173–4, 176, 186,
195, 214, 216, 239–40, 277

Plato 19, 56
platonism/neo-platonism 56,
175, 278
pluralism 95, 134, 141–3, 162,
172–8, 181, 186, 226
polytheism 56, 177
positivism 51, 130, 243
postmodern/postmodernity 52,
81–4, 86–7, 225, 251
practical theology 240, 242
pragmatism 31, 54, 173, 177
progress 30,

protestantism/protestant
Christians 23, 89, 103, 145,
160, 161, 164, 167, 170,
171,

and ecumenism 160–2
‘protestant orthodoxy’ 15
protestant theology 86, 103
providential 19, 278

Qumran Community 92,
249–50

rationalism 25, 44, 176, 214,

redemption 51, 57–8, 65, 76,
134, 173, 176, 177–8
repentance 54, 55, 94, 97, 104,
relativism 52, 95, 131, 140, 142,
148, 172–8, 181, 208, 211,
226, 247, 277, 278
ecclesiological relativism 111
relationality 53
religion 19, 20, 39, 47, 55, 68,
89, 128–31, 137, 140, 144,
148–55, 173–77, 195, 214,
216, 219, 255,
renaissance 128
resurrection 28, 32, 39, 66,
68–9, 72–4, 98, 102–3,
111, 227, 240,
revelation 2, 13–49, 66, 77, 102,
120, 126, 148, 153, 181,
188, 193, 196, 227, 230,
241, 247, 254–64, 276–79
Roman Curia ( see, also, CDF)
181, 202, 204, 261

sacraments 8, 69, 76–9, 83, 85,
89, 104, 172, 228, 239,
240, 256
salvation 3, 8n. 23, 9, 17, 51,
28, 57–75, 83, 85, 94, 97,
105, 133, 136, 139–173,
181, 207, 221, 225, 227–8,
231–2, 242,
and Church, see Church and
Salvation

and history 159
Scripture (see, also, Bible) 126,
195, 197, 265
and tradition 13–49, 126
and revelation 188,
canon of scripture 195
sin 42, 45. n50, 53, 54, 55, 73,
76, 112, 136, 208, 271,
subsistit in 108–12
substitutionary ministration
157–8
symbola, early church, 23–4
synod of bishops 81, 182, 201–7

theology 1–10, 12, 16, 18, 22,
25, 28–9, 32, 37, 38, 40–2,
45–8, 99, 172, 177–8
of liberation (see liberation
theology)

and philosophy 38–42
political theology 3, 4, 52,
218, 229, 265
and politics 133
patristic theology 19–25
theologians 179–87, 212–21
tradition 2, 8, 12, 13–49, 65, 66,
82, 90, 93, 96, 111, 116,
117, 126, 131, 140, 160,
169, 175, 188, 190, 194–99,
203, 208, 218–19, 221–23,
229–30, 243–44, 259, 261,
263, 265–68, 273–79
and hermeneutics, see
hermeneutics and tradition.

Trent,(Trento), Council of, 236,
246, 258, 261
Tridentine rite 228, 237
truth 7, 8, 9, 12, 18, 20, 21, 26,
28, 32, 33, 34, 38, 41, 42,
45–47, 52–3, 56, 62–71,
91, 97, 112, 115–17, 126,
130, 134, 140, 142, 143,
145, 148–9, 53, 156, 160,
161–63, 174, 175, 177,
181, 206, 207, 208–9, 211,
212–23, 247–51, 261–62,
264, 271–2, 276–8

Utopia 136, 138

Vatican I (First Vatican Council)
95, 115, 188, 192–4, 236,
258, 261, 266–7
Vatican II (Second Vatican
Council) 2, 6, 12, 13,
83–6, 90, 94, 95, 100, 101,
102, 103, 111–3, 115, 116,
119–21, 127, 139–40,
141, 143, 148, 167, 168,
181, 183, 187–91, 201–3,
207, 213, 225–6, 229, 231,
233–4, 238, 246–9,
257–79
pre-Vatican II period 140
post-Vatican II period 12,
86, 95, 114, 115, 121, 122,
141, 142, 180, 182, 184,
191, 229, 235, 248–9,
257–9

Zoroastrianism 148

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