What are They Saying about the Ministerial Priesthood?
Paulist Press, 1992 - 149 Seiten
Offers an overview of the developing theology in the Roman Catholic Church of the ministerial priesthood at and since Vatican II.
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The Magisterium Since the Council
Y Congar The Ecclesial Dimension of Ministry
K Rahner Office as Service of the Word
J Ratzinger A Christocentric Emphasis
J Galot A Pastoral Priesthood
Schillebeeckx and His Critics
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Seite 9 - The Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.
Seite 7 - The ministerial priest, by the sacred power he enjoys. molds and rules the priestly people. Acting in the person of Christ, he brings about the eucharistic sacrifice and offers it to God in the name of all the people.