04771nam 2200661 450 991046556000332120200520144314.00-8146-8019-4(CKB)3710000000725010(EBL)4546307(SSID)ssj0001464178(PQKBManifestationID)12643994(PQKBTitleCode)TC0001464178(PQKBWorkID)11453330(PQKB)10335170(MiAaPQ)EBC4546307(OCoLC)966885240(MdBmJHUP)muse55004(Au-PeEL)EBL4546307(CaPaEBR)ebr11232229(CaONFJC)MIL750513(OCoLC)904789552(EXLCZ)99371000000072501020160803h20132013 uy 0engur|n|---|||||txtccrSharing peace Mennonites and Catholics in conversation /editrd by Gerald W. Schlabach and Margaret R. Pfeil ; foreword by Msgr. John A. RadanoCollegeville, Minnesota :Liturgical Press,2013.©20131 online resource (254 p.)"A Michael Glazier book."0-8146-8017-8 Includes bibliographical references.Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Foreword by Msgr. John A. Radano; Preface; Part 1: The Significance of Called Together to Be Peacemakers; Chapter 1 "Christian Peacebuilding: The Growing Edge of the Catholic-Mennonite Conversation" by Scott Appleby; Incorporating the Experiences and Insights of Peacebuilders; The Growing Edge for Catholics; The Growing Edge for Mennonites; Conclusion; Chapter 2 Response to Scott Appleby's "Christian Peacebuilding: The Growing Edge of the Catholic-Mennonite Conversation" by Helmut HarderChapter 3 "The Significance of the Mennonite-Catholic Dialogue: A Mennonite Perspective" by Alan KreiderWhy Now?; So What?; Difficulties; Hope; Chapter 4 "The Significance of the Mennonite-Catholic Dialogue: A Catholic Perspective" by Drew Christiansen, SJ; Significance of the Dialogue: An Exchange of Gifts; Confronting History; Confessing Religious Coercion; Styles of Peacemaking; Part 2: Considering History Together; Chapter 5 "Rightly Remembering as Re-Membering" by John D. Roth; Purification of Memories; "Considering History Together"; BaptismAnabaptist Divisiveness and the Question of Church UnityThe Use of Violence in Religious Matters: What Is the Price of Unity?; Competing Liturgies and the Challenge of Christian Formation; Chapter 6 "Called Together to Ressourcement" by John C. Cavadini; Suggestion: Joint Ressourcement; Example: Augustine on Church and Eucharist; Conclusion; Part 3: The Nature of the Church; Chapter 7 "The Vine That Nourishes the Peace Church" by C. Arnold Snyder; Images of the Church-Concurrence and Shift; Strengths and Weaknesses; Conclusions; Chapter 8 "A People Set Apart" by Mary Doak; A Timely DocumentA Common EcclesiologyDifferences: Christological and Eschatological Theologies of Peace; Differences: Magisterium and Mission; Conclusion; Part 4: Sacraments and Ordinances; Chapter 9 "'This Is My Body': The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist and the Call to Be Peacemakers" by Elizabeth T. Groppe; Roman Catholic Eucharistic Theology; The Eucharist and the Practice of Peacemaking; Becoming What We Receive; 1. Making Explicit the Nonviolence of Christ within the Eucharistic Prayer; 2. Contextualizing the Sacrifice of the Eucharist in the Nonviolent Practice of Christ3. Incorporating Lamentation into our Eucharistic Prayers4. Integrating Contemplation and Nonviolent Action in Catholic Formation; Conclusion; Chapter 10 "Surprising, Widening Sacramentality in the Anabaptist-Mennonite Tradition" by Thomas Finger; Comprehensive Sacramentality; A Catholic Orientation; A Mennonite Orientation; Sacramentality and the Church; Particular sacraments; Baptism; Eucharist; Sacraments and Eschatology; Part 5: Our Commitment to PeaceChapter 11 "Pax Christi and the Gospel of Peace: Making the Case for the Abolition of War in the Twenty-First Century" by Bishop Gabino ZavalaInterdenominational cooperationPeaceReligious aspectsChristianityElectronic books.Interdenominational cooperation.PeaceReligious aspectsChristianity.280.042Schlabach Gerald W.Pfeil MargaretRadano John A.MiAaPQMiAaPQMiAaPQBOOK9910465560003321Sharing peace2481929UNINA