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MY PH.D. THESIS ON YVES CARDINAL CONGAR (BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1975)

(N.B. With the following scanned version of my Ph.D. thesis, there might be references to pages within the thesis, which still need to be adjusted.)


LAITY AND MINISTRIES IN YVES M.-J CONGAR, 0.P.

EVOLUTION, EVALUATION, AND ECUMENICAL PERSPECTIVES

By Richard J. Beauchese
(1) My Thesis in Its Entirety  <-- Click.

(2) My Thesis Chapter by Chapter
 

(Due to scanning percularities, the footnotes in the above "My Thesis in Its Entirety" are more exact.) 

Table of Contents - Click here

Thesis Aproval - Click here

Thesis Dedication & Acknowledgements - Click here

Thesis Abstract - Click here

Thesis' PREFACE by YVES CONGAR (English & French) - Click here

List of Abbreviations Used in the Thesis - Click here

List of Translated Works Referred to in the Thesis - Click here

Thesis' INTRODUCTION: (i) Definition of the Problem (ii) Sources of Study (iii) Status of Research (iv) Methodology of the Thesis (v) Congar and the 1930's Ecclesiastical Situation

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CHAPTER I

CONGAR PRIOR TO 1941

(i) An Ecclesiological Foundation for a Theology of the Laity and Ministry

Ecclesiology / Theology of the Laity and Ministry

(ii) Evaluation and Orientation

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CHAPTER II

CONGAR FROM 1941 to 1960

(i) A More Specific Ecclesiology

A More Spcific Theology of the Laity and Ministry / Ecclesiology /

Theology of the Laity and Ministry

(ii) Evaluation and Orientation

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CHAPTER III

CHRISTIAN CULT (WORSHIP)

(i) Heart of Congar's Theology of the Laity & Ministry

The Nature of Christian Cult (Worship) / The Relationship Between Christian Cult

and Correlative Terms such as Priesthood, Sacrifice & Mission

(ii) Evaluation and Orientation

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CHAPTER IV

CONGAR IN THE 1960'S AND EARLY 1970'S

(i) Ecclesiology and Ministries

(ii) Evaluation and Ecumenical Perspectives

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CHAPTER V

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION

(i) What the Dissertation Has Accomplished

(ii) Evaluative Conclusions

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APPENDIX - ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS

(i) Legend

(ii) English Translations for the Introduction and Chapters I-II-III-IV-V

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

(i) Works by Congar: Books & Periodicals

(ii) Works by Other Authors: Books & Periodicals

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COPYRIGHT

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(3) See also Open Library

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