Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Ronald D. Lawler.|
|Series||The John Paul synthesis -- a Trinity College symposium ;, 1|
|LC Classifications||BX1378.5 .L38 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 119 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||81012496|
This book, “The Personalism of John Paul II,” considers many of these topics by identifying the one principle that unites them all: the personalist norm. The personalist norm refers to the way that humans are a “good toward which the only proper and adequate attitude is love.”/5(25). The Christian personalism of Pope John Paul II. Ronald David Lawler. Franciscan Herald Press, - Biography & Autobiography - pages. 0 Reviews. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lawler, Ronald David, Christian personalism of Pope John Paul II. Chicago, Ill.: Franciscan Herald Press, © Grygiel reflects on the importance of Christian personalism, or communion, as the ground of John Paul II's life, particularly in response to the communist environment that surrounded him in Poland. Grygiel also addresses the pope's call for a new evangelization, his understanding of marriage and family, and the relationship of those to a.
Vatican II was the first council of the Church to affirm a detailed Christian anthropology. The need to do so arose as a response to the materialistic conception of man which has dominated much of the twentieth century. This climate of materialism was fueled by three main currents. Pope John Paul II and Radical Personalism C hristopher Stefanick tells a story about a great saint of our time. Pope John Paul II boldly taught that each unique person is the way of the Church. And helping each person embrace his own vocation must be for her a fundamental priority. The future Pope John Paul II himself sawPerson and Actas an attempt to reconcile the two great philosophical influences of his life: the older Aristotelian-Thomistic realist philosophy of being with the phenomenological philosophy of consciousness typified by Max Scheler. Some commentators have also detected in Karol Wojtyla’s philosophical. Since becoming pope, John Paul II has used personalism as a lens through which to reinterpret much of the Catholic tradition. He unhesitatingly embraces all the dogmas of the church, but expounds.
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