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2 - Theological Renewal in the First Half of the Twentieth Century

from Part I - Vatican II in Context

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 May 2020

Richard R. Gaillardetz
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Boston College, Massachusetts
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This chapter provides an interpretative framework for understanding the remarkable regeneration in Catholic thought in the first half of the twentieth century that inspired a renaissance in theology and liturgy, patristics and biblical studies, and contributed decisively to the pivotal reforms of Vatican II. The chapter is in three parts and considers, first, the emergence and development of a threefold stream of renewal at the center of ressourcement; second, the distinctive contribution of the leading Jesuit and Dominican pioneers of ressourcement to theological renewal, the churches, and society; and third, the transformation of Nouvelle Théologie into a universal program of reform.

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Print publication year: 2020

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