Winter 2001

Revelation and History

Newman, the Councils, and Vatican II

Ian Ker

“[T]he continuing identity of an idea is not conserved by remaining static . . . although it has to undergo change, this is not for the sake of change itself . . . —but in order for the idea to remain the same. It is this kind of change which Newman terms development.”

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The Authority of “Experts” and the Ethos of Modern Institutions

Tracey Rowland

Living the Fullness of Ordinary Time: A Theological Critique of the Instrumentalization of Time in Professional Life

M. Cathleen Kaveny

On the 600th Anniversary of the Birth of Nicholas of Cusa

John Paul II