Who Can Utter the Name of God? From the Holiness of His Name to the Seriousness of All WordsMichel Sales
The Name of God in Byzantine Tradition: From Hesychasm to ImyaslavieRobert Slesinski
The Catechetical Role of the Liturgy and the Quality of Liturgical Texts: The Current ICEL TraditionErasmo Leiva-Merikakis
"The distortions and weaknesses of ICEL are omnipresent, constituting a serious breach of fidelity . . . , making difficult the liturgy's catechetical function."
"Tolkien's is an exquisitely proleptic art that takes a pagan, pre-Christian universe and suffuses it discreetly with a sacramental holiness stemming implicitly from what Balthasar makes bold to call the Christ form."
Christian Experience in Hans Urs von BalthasarChristophe Potworowski
Experience as a Theological Category: Hans Urs von Balthasar on the Christian Encounter with God's ImagePeter Casarella
Meta-Anthropology and Christology: On the Philosophy of Hans Urs von BalthasarMartin Bieler
Retrieving the Tradition
The finally valid answer to pagan wisdom, the answer equal to it in rank, can lie only in the total Christian wisdom.