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Communio Sanctorum is the most recent product of the Lutheran-Catholic . moves the ball forward in the discussion of full communion.

Communio Sanctorum is the most recent product of the Lutheran-Catholic dialogue in Germany and the first major Lutheran-Catholic ecumenical statement since the ground-breaking Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification. Uniquely, the dialogue then uses this understanding of the communion of the saints to address issues related to the communion that transcends death: the nature of eternal life, prayers for the dead, veneration of the saints and Mary.

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Trans by Mark W. Jeske, Michael Root & Daniel Smith. Chapter 4, ‘The Communion of Saints Through Word and Sacrament’, is much. fuller, and forms an excellent doctrinal primer on revelation and sacraments. Its Part 1, ‘The Word. Liturgical Press: Collegeville MN, p/b pp xviii + 92 ISBN 0-8146-2566-5.

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Communio Sanctorum: The Church as the Communion of Saints (UNITAS BOOKS) Nov 1, 2004. The Morally Divided Body: Ethical Disagreement and the Disunity of the Church (The Pro Ecclesia Series Book 1) Sep 2, 2012. by James J. Buckley, Michael Root. by Mark W. Jeske, Michael Root, Daniel R. Smith.

The communion of saints (Latin, communio sanctorum), when referred to persons, is the spiritual union of the members of the Christian Church, living and the dead, excluding therefore the damned.

The communion of saints (Latin, communio sanctorum), when referred to persons, is the spiritual union of the members of the Christian Church, living and the dead, excluding therefore the damned

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Communio Sanctorum: The Church as the Communion of Saints: Ofcial German Catholic-Lutheran Dialogue. Jeske, Michael Root, and Daniel R. Smith, trans. Conde-Frazier, Elizabeth, S. Steve Kang, and Gary A. Parrett.

eine dogmatische Untersuchung zur Soziologie der Kirche. by Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Christian sociology, Church, Communion of saints. Published 1986 by Chr. Kaiser in München. Includes bibliographies and indexes. Dietrich Bonhoeffer Werke ;, Bd. 1.

Communio Sanctorum is the most recent product of the Lutheran-Catholic dialogue in Germany and the first major Lutheran-Catholic ecumenical statement since the ground-breaking Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification. It focuses on the ecclesiastical issues that the Joint Declaration identified as the remaining obstacles to Lutheran-Catholic communion. It describes the church as the communion of saints and then uses that description as a framework for addressing some of the most ecumenical issues: sacraments, ministry, the role of the church in salvation, and papacy. While not claiming to have finally settled such difficult issues Communio Sanctorum does represent a new convergence on these questions. Uniquely, the dialogue then uses this understanding of the communion of the saints to address issues related to the communion that transcends death: the nature of eternal life, prayers for the dead, veneration of the saints and Mary.Communio Sanctorum has sparked vigorous debate in Germany and makes a major contribution both to Lutheran-Catholic dialogue and to the wider ecumenical enterprise.  
Communio Sanctorum: The Church as the Communion of Saints (UNITAS BOOKS) download epub
Catholicism
Author: Mark W. Jeske,Daniel R. Smith,Michael Root
ISBN: 0814625665
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Catholicism
Language: English
Publisher: Liturgical Press (November 1, 2004)
Pages: 112 pages