Thursday, July 20, 2006


I recently decided to subscribe to Google Alerts so articles and posts on ecclesiology could be sent to me; I will link the ones I find interesting. Because these are links, readers are encouraged to go to the linked source and read the article.

Cardinal Kasper reiterates Catholic Church's unique place in Ecumenism, July 20, 2006: "The head of the Vatican organization in charge of ecumenism has reminded bishops of Asia that the Second Vatican Council taught Christ's Church is to be found only in the Catholic Church." Cardinal Kasper gives a primer on Catholic ecclesiology.

All together now, by John M. Buchanan, July 25, 2006: "Church music says something about our ecclesiology and our Christology, not to mention our anthropology and aesthetics." Short article that stirs some questions about what our music says about our ecclesiology.

NOTE: This is a rumination ("1. The act of pondering; meditation. 2. The act or process of chewing cud." American Heritage Dictionary) in search of synergy ("1. The interaction of two or more agents or forces so that their combined effect is greater than the sum of their individual effects.")


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