The Process of Admission to Ordained Ministry: Epistemological principles and the Roman Catholic rites

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Liturgical Press, 1996 - 278 páginas
The Process of Admission to Ordained Ministry, in volumes for the early and Medieval periods, the Reformation period, and contemporary times, analyzes the liturgico-canonical institutions of the particular time and the complex structure of ordination ad the relational dimension of the ordained ministry in the Church. Ordination links ministry, local church, confession of faith and communion in a process that is also communitarian, liturgical and juridical, and, through these traits, sacramental. It examines how Christian ordination cannot be reduced to a rite of installation or the acceptance of a charge but is an ecclesial process whereby a Christian receives a charism for the edification of the Church.
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
The Meaning of the Episcopal and Presbyteral Ministry According
7
Later Influence of the Apostolic Tradition
76
B THE SACRAMENTARIUM VERONENSE
85
Relationship Between the Episcopacy and the Presbyterate
123
Relationship Between Episcopacy and Presbyterate
148
ADDITIONS AND CHANGES TO THE OLD RITUAL
154
E INSTITUTIONAL DISSOCIATION BETWEEN MINISTRY
171
FUNCTIONS OF THE ORDAINED MINISTRIES
184
PRIESTLY MINISTRY PROPER TO BISHOPS AND
188
F THE PNEUMATOLOGICAL MEANING OF THE ORDAINED
194
H STRUCTURING OF THE CHURCH AND ORDINATION
200
Ordoordinatioconsecratiobenedictiocheirotonia
212
SOURCES
222
STUDIES
228
INDEX 255

THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION
178

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