On the Ordinary and Extraordinary Magisterium from Joseph Kleutgen to the Second Vatican Council

Joy, John
On the Ordinary and Extraordinary Magisterium from Joseph Kleutgen to the Second Vatican Council
On the Ordinary and Extraordinary Magisterium
 
Bandnummer
84
Auflage
1. Auflage
Umfang
288
Einband
gebunden
Erscheinungstermin
10.10.2017
Bestell-Nr
12209
ISBN
978-3-402-12209-9
Preis
43,00

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This book expels the confusion surrounding the distinction between the ordinary and the extraordinary magisterium of the Church by exposing the ambiguity inherent in the term 'ordinary magisterium'. A detailed analysis of the origins of this terminology in the writings of Joseph Kleutgen, a nineteenth century neo-scholastic theologian, provides the historical and theological context for understanding its intended sense in the documents of Pope Pius IX and the First Vatican Council. The main lines of historical development are then traced from the end of the First Vatican Council up through the teaching of the Second Vatican Council with special attention given to the question of an ordinary magisterium of the pope and to the extension of the extraordinary magisterium to the secondary object of the magisterium and to the confirmation or re-affirmation of doctrines already infallibly taught by the Church. This latter question has serious implications for the interpretation of doctrinal declarations such as those found in Evangelium vitae, Ordinatio sacerdotalis, and several of the documents of Vatican II. The study concludes by considering the approach to these questions taken by the Second Vatican Council in the constitution on the Church Lumen gentium.

Über den Autor

John P. Joy is the co-founder and president of the St. Albert the Great Center for Scholastic Studies. His interests include dogmatic theology, fundamental theology, ecclesiology, liturgy and sacraments, and the theology of St. Thomas Aquinas. He defended this doctoral dissertation in theology at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland.
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