“The theological concept of creation is incomprehensible unless Christ, and therefore the Holy Trinity, plays a decisive role in its shaping.”
“The learned dialogue between theologians and scientists comes to nought . . . if there are no practical measures for perceiving the form of Christ as the form of the world.”
“The problem of our time . . . originates in the loss of the inherently ‘symbolic’ dimension of the creaturely order of things and persons.”
Trinity and CreationXavier Tilliette , SJ.
Is Creation a Negation?Silvano Petrosino
Balthasar, Globalization, and the Problem of the One and the ManyWilliam T. Cavanaugh
The Tribe or the Global Village?: Fundamental Reflections on MulticulturalismJavier Prades
Tradition: Authentic and UnauthenticAvery Dulles
The Transmission of Faith Through ArtHamilton Armstrong
"Mozart serves by making audible the triumphal hymn of a prelapsarian and resurrected creation, in which suffering and guilt are not presented as faint memory, as past, but as conquered, absolved, transfigured present."