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St. Michael's College Courses
Course
SMC103Y1
Professor
Reid Locklin
Semester
Winter

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TERM IDENTIFICATION I MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY CATHOLIC LIFE AND THOUGHT12 MARKS The Church and World Religions 911 JanuaryWorldChurch Servant Church Conscience Dialogue Solidarity WorldChurch documents like Gaudium et Spes may seem quite new because they are produced by a new kind of church a World Church suggest Karl Rahner which was experienced for the first time at Vatican II Servant Church Pastoral Constitution offers a new image of the Servant Church placing itself at the service of the world on the model of Christ 3 Conscience Dialogue SolidarityLeo XIIIs Rerum Novarun 1891 this document begins with a statement of solidarity with the joys and hopes and grief and anguish share by all people 1This solidarity leads to what the bishops call a mutual exchange between church and worldIt is the integration and degree and type of integration shown by a society or group with people and their neighborsIt refers to the ties in a society that bind people to one anotherA Pilgrim Church 1618 January Communion Earthly and Heavenly Church Pilgrim Saint Communion The Church is a communion comunion union with together union of relationshipsWithin trinity between persons among churches at Eucharist Three places we have encountered communion are in lumen Gentium Rubio and the writings of John Paul II LG speaks of the church as a sacrament of communion with God and with the unity of humankindRubio discusses the Eucharist as both communion and also as a calling to gather with othersCommunion with family should be understood as a first instalment towards final communion which is achieved in the kingdom of GodEarthly and Heavenly Church Pilgrim focus on human experience like the progressive changes of the church Saint Julie Hanlon Rubio Moral Striving in Everyday Life 2325 JanuaryFamily Marriage Covenant Middle Association Joy of the Gift Familyaccording to Rubio should be inclusive to various family types not just the nuclear one Marriagefoundation of family life and drawing from two sources identifies three goods that pertain to it Augustine defended the sacramentality of marriage claiming the goodness of the body is known precisely in the goodness of marital sex and that it serves three goods which discloses Gods grace fidelity mirroring that of God and humanity procreation by which humans share in Gods creativity and sacrament communicating permanence A visible sign of invisible graceCanon 1055 1 The marriagecovenant by which a man and a woman establish between themselves a partnership for their whole life and which of its own very nature is ordered to the wellbeing of the spouses and the procreation and upbringing of children has between the baptized been raised by Christ the Lord to the dignity of a sacrament 2 Consequently a valid marriage contract cannot exist between baptized persons without it being by that very fact a sacramentCanon 1056 The essential properties of marriage are unity and indissolubility in Christian marriage they obtain a distinctive firmness by reason of the sacrament Covenanta sacred contract which includes God as one of the partners Middle AssociationFamilies as Middle associationsJoy of the Gift Christian Families and Human Sexuality 301 JanuaryHoly Family Finitude Habit of Being Vulnerability Bodily Belonging Holy Family Finitudethe quality or condition of being finite having limits Habit of Being Vulnerability one of the four good according to Rubio in practicing sexual fidelity vulnerability to othersBodily Belonging one of the four good according to Rubio in practicing sexual fidelity a cultivated sense of mutual belonging and mutual dependence with others The Family Meal and Heavenly Banquet 68 FebruaryEucharist Reign of God Hospitality Domestic Church Eucharistthe Eucharist is the Real Presence of Christ Not Common Food or Drink the Body and Blood of Christ Justin Martyr d 165 A visible sign of Invisible grace Augustine of Hippo The Doctrine of Transubstantiation First Lateran Council 1215 Thomas Aquinas 122574 and the Council of Trent
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