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Tag Archives: cdf
“When Taken Unreflectively” ?
You may have heard that the most recent round of dialogue between the LCWR and the CDF included a particular condemnation of “conscious evolution” as a recurring theme in the sisters’ workshops and newsletters. Conscious evolution is something I’d never … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Theology Tagged academy, cdf, conscious evolution, lcwr 3 Comments
Mimetic Rivalry, Reform, and Unity in the Church
I read a commentary on church reform by Hans Küng last week, that lingered in my mind as an example of “doing it wrong,” at least from the perspective of mimetic ecclesiology. In this commentary, the substantive issues of church … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Ecclesiology, Theological anthropology Tagged cdf, factionalism, faith, holy spirit, hope, kung, love, mimetic rivalry, pope, thesis 3 Comments
Statement by the CMSM
The Conference of Major Superiors of Men (CMSM) is the counterpart body of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR). CMSM has the same status in canon law for vowed religious men (monks, brothers, some priests) that LCWR has for … Continue reading
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“Product identity”? Seriously?
If anything, [the Farley case] collaterally gives another example of why this LCWR assessment is taking place. Too many people crossing the LCWR screen who are supposedly representing the Catholic church aren’t representing the church with any reasonable sense of … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Ecclesiology Tagged cdf, lcwr, new evangelization 5 Comments