The Catholic spirit. Translated from the French by Dom Aldhelm Dean.


[1st ed.].. New York, Hawthorn Books [1959] .

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Subjects Catholic Church.
Series Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism. Section 8, Organization of the church ; v. 88.
Description 126 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1959]
Notes Translation of Catholicité.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Brief history of the notion of Catholicity -- Christian antiquity -- The middle ages -- Predominance of the apologetic aspect -- Return to theology -- I. Catholicity in Scripture -- Catholicity from the point of view of God and Christ -- God's creative and saving plan -- Christ the redeemer and center of the world -- The return to the father -- Universalism in the Old Testament -- Two contrary trends -- Foundations of universalism -- The universalist conception of salvation -- The predominance of exclusivism -- Universalism in the New Testament and the early church -- Christ's teaching -- Christian expansion and Saint Paul -- II. Catholicity: Essential and progressive catholicity as a property of the church's being -- The two-fold foundation -- Catholic since the day of Pentecost -- The universal means of salvation -- Catholicity: A reality in the process of formation -- III. Catholicity in history -- The exclusion of all particularism -- Christian antiquity -- The middle ages -- Modern times -- Modern times -- The present day -- Catholicity and modern dangers -- The eastern church -- Catholic liturgy -- The rise and development of the eastern churches -- Spiritual and liturgical riches of the eastern church -- The holy see and the eastern churches -- The 'conversion' of Latin Catholics -- Proof by opposites -- The universal appropriateness of Catholicism -- For all epochs and all nations -- For all circumstances and mentalities -- Human fullness and divine fullness -- IV. The Catholicity of the church -- In the modern world -- The twentieth century and the unity of the world -- Benedict XV and the deliverance from nationalism -- Pius XI and the salvation of the world -- Pius XII's teaching -- Pius XII's work -- Conclusion: the Catholic spirit.
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