7 edition of George Tyrrell and the Catholic tradition found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ellen Leonard ; foreword by Alec Vidler ; introduction by Gregory G. Baum.|
|LC Classifications||BX4705.T9 L46 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 197 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||81083480|
The chapter explores the resonances between the work and vision of the modernist theologian George Tyrrell and the 'modernising' Second Vatican Council. While there are clearly parallels and affinities, the author is careful of too close an identity, partly because of aspects of Tyrrell's temperament which would have left him unsympathetic to the Council. In a Catholic context, Modernism is neither a system, school, or doctrine, but refers to a number of individual attempts to reconcile Roman Catholicism with modern culture; specifically an understanding of scripture in light of modern mainstream conceptions of archeology, philology, the historical-critical method and other new developments of the late 19th and early 20th .
The most prominent Catholic modernists in England were George Tyrrell, an Irish-born convert to Catholicism who had trained as a Jesuit priest, and Baron Friedrich von Hugel, an Anglo-German aristocrat and scholar. Maude Petre first met Tyrrell in , and they rapidly developed a firm friendship, with him acting for a time as her confessor. About the Book. Books about the History of Christianity discuss the origins and development of the Christian religion over the past two millennia, during which time Christianity spread throughout Europe, went through a Protestant Reformation in the 16th and 16th centuries, and developed several branches, including Orthodoxy, and from the Roman Catholic tradition emerged the .
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This book came to my attention long after I had done research and writing into the George Tyrrell and the Catholic tradition book and life of George Tyrrell to which I was introduced in my theological studies at St Michael’s College, University of Toronto.
Leonard’s book is an excellent introduction to the so-called Modernist Movement within the Catholic Church/5(2). George Tyrrell and the Catholic Tradition [Ellen Leonard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.4/5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Leonard, Ellen M., George Tyrrell and the Catholic tradition.
London: Darton, Longman, and Todd ; New York: Paulist. George Tyrrell was one of the most remarkable Jesuits that the English Province of the Society of Jesus has ever produced. He was a man of great pastoral sensitivity, widely sought after as a retreat giver, preacher, spiritual guide and confessor.
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In short, this book is the summation of Tyrrell’s life and theology. Exactly one week after writing the preface to Christianity at the Crossroads, Tyrrell fell ill with Bright’s disease. Nine days later, on JGeorge Tyrrell died at the age of George Tyrrell, SJ () was a key figure in the Modernist controversy in the Catholic Church.
Born in Dublin, into an Anglican family, he converted to Catholicism and joined the Jesuits. Among his published works are 'Medievalism: A Reply to Cardinal Mercier,' 'The Autobiography of George Tyrrell,' 'The Programme of Modernism,' 'External Author: George Tyrrell.
This classic of religious polemic, originally written in in answer to a pastoral letter in which the author was attacked by name, has uncanny echoes today when, as Gabriel Daly writes, the issues he raises are still live and large in the Church.".
Its two most prominent figures were the French Scripture scholar Alfred Loisy and the Irish Jesuit George Tyrrell. (Tyrrell was excommunicated inLoisy in ) In Julythe Vatican’s Holy Office (predecessor of the present Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith) issued a decree called Lamentabili condemning 65 propositions.
This chapter discusses George Tyrrell's External Religion, a small book of addresses he had given to Oxford undergraduates.
External Religion sets out some of Tyrrell's most fundamental convictions. He still believed that his religious philosophy could be contained within the church structures, as it was in continuity with the deepest roots of the Catholic tradition, but there was Author: Nicholas Sagovsky. In revisiting Tyrrell’s Ignatian theology, this book celebrates the promise that Vatican II presents to the future church, namely, a universal call to holiness as embraced by Pope Francis.
The Forgotten Jesuit of Catholic Modernism: George Tyrrell's Prophetic Theology () by Anthony M. MaherBrand: Fortress Press. This collection of strong contributions to Roman Catholic modernism studies originated from a laudable desire to commemorate George Tyrrell, a so-called modernist and former member of the English Province of the Society of Jesus, on the centenary of his death.
Oliver Rafferty's chapter I historically contextualizes what follows. Tradition contains truth of all sorts, as gold in the ore. It must be continually sifted and corrected. He insisted that “ the attitude of the Modernists, however critical, is one of attachment to, not detachment from, the Church’s tradition’ “.
[George Tyrrell and the Catholic Tradition, pp].Maher sets out in his book, The Forgotten Jesuit of Catholic Modernism: George Tyrrell's Prophetic Theology, to demonstrate that "Tyrrell's pastoral theology represents a dedicated attempt to articulate a sense of faith seeking understanding, an understanding that by definition should resonate with the concrete reality of the ordinary lived Author: Elizabeth A.
Huddleston.Catholic context to one of two things. More narrowly, it is the Scholastic tradition currently in possession in institutes of academic and ministerial formation.
More widely, it is the attempt to articulate revelation, an enterprise defined by Tyrrell in terms of the unification and elucidation of data provided by Christian experience in the.