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ecclesiology

The study of the furnishing and adornment of churches.
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White's Cambridge Movemerit: The Ecclesiologists and the Gothic Revival (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1962).
Gaillardetz added, "In McBrien's first theological vocation as Catholic ecclesiologist, he drew on the massive achievement of Vatican II, an achievement largely inspired by Congar, to work toward accomplishing what the council itself could not, a coherent and comprehensive postconciliar ecclesiology, a project reflected in his most recent work, The Church: The Evolution of Catholicism.
Mbano's text should probably be consulted only by the most dedicated ecclesiologist, while A Passion for Christian Unity might best be perused will standing in the aisle of the bookstore.
An ecclesiologist by training, he has a distinguished publishing record on Vatican II, this being his third book on the topic.
For an ecclesiologist, saying the word schism out loud is like yelling fire in a crowded theater.
Catholic ecclesiologist David Power has suggested that it is to be found in a polycentric and conversational "communion" that is based in a fundamental "commitment to one another.
Schillebeeckx's later writings on tradition as a living history of experience and his lifelong ecumenical commitments also reflected the influence of French Dominican Yves Congar, the ecclesiologist and ecumenist whose masterful classic Tradition and Traditions paved the way for the Second Vatican Council's renewed understanding of "tradition" as the historical process by which the church hands on the mystery of Christ as living and active in every age.
George Wilson is an ecclesiologist who does church organizational consulting in Cincinnati.
I can think of no ecclesiologist, other than the late Dominican Fr.
is General Secretary of the Council of Christian Unity of the Church of England as well as an experienced and skilled ecclesiologist.
Yves Congar, a French Dominican and the 20th century's most prominent ecclesiologist, wrote the following as part of a letter to his mother in September 1956 when the Vatican had forbidden him to teach.