Iota Unum: A Study of Changes in the Catholic Church in the Twentieth Century Paperback: pages; Publisher: Sarto House (); Language: English. Many of the variations analyzed in “Iota unum” – although just one of them It was then translated into French, English, Spanish, Portuguese. Iota Unum – Romano Amerio. Iota Unum Contents. Romano Amerio Notice To The Reader Iota Unum. Chapter I: The Crisis. Methodological and linguistic.
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The Crises Of The Church. To buy the whole book please click here. The Crisis Methodological and linguistic definitions. Denial of the crisis. The error of secondary Christianity. The crisis as failure to adapt. Adapting the Church’s contradiction of the world. Further denial of the crisis. The Pope recognizes the loss of direction.
Pseudo-positivity of the crisis. False philosophy of religion.
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Further admissions snglish a crisis. Positive interpretation of the crisis. Further false philosophy of religion. The Nicene crisis A. The deviations of the Middle Ages. The crisis of the Lutheran secession. The breadth of the Christian ideal. Further breadth of the Christian ideal. The denial of the Catholic principle in Lutheran doctrine. The bull Exsurge Domine. The principle of independence and abuses in die Church. Why casuistry did not create a crisis in the Church. The revolution in France.
The principle of independence. The crisis of the Church during the French Revolution.
The Syllabus of Pius IX. The spirit of the age. The pre-conciliar crisis and the third Syllabus. Paradoxical outcome of the Council. Paradoxical outcome of the Council, continued. The aims of the First Vatican Council.
The aims of Vatican II. Expectations concerning the Council. The Course of The Council The opening address. Antagonism with the unun. Freedom of the Church. Ambiguities of text and meaning.
A new attitude towards error. Rejection of the council preparations.
The breaking of the council emglish. Consequences of breaking the legal framework. Whether there was a conspiracy. Papal action at Vatican II. Further papal action at Vatican II. Interventions on mariological doctrine. On the moral law of marriage. Synthesis of the council in the closing speech of the fourth session. The spirit of the Council. Leaving the Council behind. Ambiguous character of the conciliar texts. Novel hermeneutic of the Council.
Features of the post-conciliar period.
The universality of the change. The post-conciliar period, continued. Engpish et Spes Depth of the change. Impossibility of radical change in the Church. The impossibility of radical newness, continued. The denigration of the historical Church. Critique of the denigration of the Church.
False view of the early Church. The catholicity of the Church. The Church as a principle of division. The unity of the post-conciliar Church. The Church disunited in the hierarchy. The Church disunited over Humanae Vitae. The Church engkish concerning the encyclical, continued. The renunciation of authority. A confidence of Paul VI. The renunciation of authority, continued. The affair of the French catechism. Character of Paul VI.
Yes and no in the post-conciliar Church. The reform of the Holy Office. Critique of the reform of the Holy Office. Change in the Roman Curia. Change in the Roman Curia, continued.
The revision of the concordat, continued. The Church of Paul VI. His speeches of September The Crisis of the Priesthood The defection of priests. Ebglish canonical legitimation of priestly defections. Attempts to reform the Catholic priesthood. Critique of the critique of the Catholic priesthood.
Universal priesthood and ordained priesthood. Pyrrhonism Theological setting of the argument. Pyrrhonism in the Church. The discounting of reason.
The discounting of reason, continued. Dialogue Dialogue and discussionism in the post-conciliar Ubum. Dialogue in Ecclesiam Suam. The end of dialogue. The Secretariat for Non-Believers. Whether dialogue is always an ynum.