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  • Paperback: 362 pages
  • Publisher: SCM Press (17 Jun. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0334029945
  • ISBN-13: 978-0334029946
  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 1.9 x 23.4 cm
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"More than sixty years after its first release, "Corpus Mysticum" is now available for the first time in English translation . . . . It joins de Lubac's "Catholicism" (1938) and "The Splendour of the Church" (1953), both long since translated to English, as an indispensable trio shaping the twentieth-century renewal of an ecclesiology of Eucharistic communion. The Simmonds translation is an invaluable complement to contemporary scholarship that draws on de Lubac's history of the articulation of the relationship between the Eucharistic and ecclesial aspects of the body of Christ." --"Pro Ecclesia"

"This is the first translation into English of the entire text of Cardinal de Lubac's second major work. . . . It is one of de Lubac's influential works and the source of the phrase 'the Eucharist makes the church.' . . . Absolutely essential for all libraries supporting graduate level programs in theology and for those supporting undergraduate seminary programs." --"Catholic Library World"

." . . de Lubac addresses properly philosophical questions about meaning, language, and interpretation. The book is a sustained reflection on the possibility and the conditions of fruitful engagement with the thought of past ages and a call to further reflection and deeper engagement." --"Sixteenth Century Journal "

This is the first translation into English of the entire text of Cardinal de Lubac's second major work. . . . It is one of de Lubac's influential works and the source of the phrase 'the Eucharist makes the church.' . . . Absolutely essential for all libraries supporting graduate level programs in theology and for those supporting undergraduate seminary programs. "Catholic Library World""

. . . de Lubac addresses properly philosophical questions about meaning, language, and interpretation. The book is a sustained reflection on the possibility and the conditions of fruitful engagement with the thought of past ages and a call to further reflection and deeper engagement. "Sixteenth Century Journal ""

More than sixty years after its first release, "Corpus Mysticum" is now available for the first time in English translation . . . . It joins de Lubac s "Catholicism" (1938) and "The Splendour of the Church" (1953), both long since translated to English, as an indispensable trio shaping the twentieth-century renewal of an ecclesiology of Eucharistic communion. The Simmonds translation is an invaluable complement to contemporary scholarship that draws on de Lubac s history of the articulation of the relationship between the Eucharistic and ecclesial aspects of the body of Christ. "Pro Ecclesia""

This is the first translation into English of the entire text of Cardinal de Lubac's second major work. . . . It is one of de Lubac's influential works and the source of the phrase 'the Eucharist makes the church.' . . . Absolutely essential for all libraries supporting graduate level programs in theology and for those supporting undergraduate seminary programs. Catholic Library World

"

. . . de Lubac addresses properly philosophical questions about meaning, language, and interpretation. The book is a sustained reflection on the possibility and the conditions of fruitful engagement with the thought of past ages and a call to further reflection and deeper engagement. Sixteenth Century Journal

"

More than sixty years after its first release, Corpus Mysticum is now available for the first time in English translation . . . . It joins de Lubac s Catholicism (1938) and The Splendour of the Church (1953), both long since translated to English, as an indispensable trio shaping the twentieth-century renewal of an ecclesiology of Eucharistic communion. The Simmonds translation is an invaluable complement to contemporary scholarship that draws on de Lubac s history of the articulation of the relationship between the Eucharistic and ecclesial aspects of the body of Christ. Pro Ecclesia

" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

Gemma Simmonds is Lecturer at Heythrop College, University of London. Laurence Hemming is Dean of Research at Heythrop College and Susan Parsons is editor of Studies in Christian Ethics Journal.


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