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Catholocism and Catholicity

Sarah Beckwith (Ed)

Catholocism and Catholicity

Sarah Beckwith (Ed)

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This collection investigates the possibilities of the Eucharist as symbol in its historical and contemporary dimensions. It explores topics such as the nature of eucharistic language, liturgical practice and the Eucharist in a globalized culture.

- Publisher This collection of essays boldly explores the resources, reach and possibilities of eucharistic language. It examines eucharistic cultures in a globalized world, Jewish-Christian relations in the Eucharist, the Eucharist after 'trans-signification' and questions of translation and liturgical practice.

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About "Catholocism and Catholicity"

This collection investigates the possibilities of the Eucharist as symbol in its historical and contemporary dimensions. It explores topics such as the nature of eucharistic language, liturgical practice and the Eucharist in a globalized culture.
- Publisher

This collection of essays boldly explores the resources, reach and possibilities of eucharistic language. It examines eucharistic cultures in a globalized world, Jewish-Christian relations in the Eucharist, the Eucharist after 'trans-signification' and questions of translation and liturgical practice.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Sarah Beckwith (Ed)

Sarah Beckwith is professor of English at Duke University. She is author of "Christ's Body: Identity, Culture and Society in Late Medieval Writings" and editor of "Catholicism and Catholicity: Eucharistic Communities in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives,"

Table Of Contents

  • 1. Trans-substantiation After Wittgenstein: Fergus Kerr (university Of
  • Edinburgh). 2. The Eucharist As Language: Herbert Mccabe O.p. (blackfriars
  • Hall, Oxford). 3. The Darkness Of God And The Light Of Christ: Negative
  • Theology And The Light Of Christ: Denys Turner. 4. The Risk Of Signs:
  • Thomas Aquinas And The Eucharist: Catharine Pickstock (emmanuel College,
  • Cambridge). 5. The World In A Wafer: A Geography Of Globalization: William
  • Cavanaugh (university Of St Thomas). 6. Whose Eucharist? Eucharistic
  • Identity As Historical Subject: Miri Rubin. 7. The Eucharist: Its
  • Continuity With The Bread Sacrifice Of Leviticus: Mary Douglas. 8. Spirit
  • In The Bread, Fire In The Wine: The Eucharist As 'living Medicine' In The
  • Thought Of Ephraem The Syrian: Sidney Griffith (catholic University Of
  • America). 9. The Stripping Of The Words: Conflict Over The Eucharist In
  • The Episcopal Church: David Martin. 10. Afterword: Eamon Duffy.

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  • Catalogue Code 165232
  • Product Code 0631215018
  • EAN 9780631215011
  • Pages 168
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Roman Catholicism
  • Publisher Blackwell Publishing
  • Publication Date Oct 1999
  • Dimensions 2290 x 1538 x 99 mm
  • Weight 0.254kg

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