|REFLECTIONS ON THE HOLY FATHER'S ENYCYCLICAL
FIDES ET RATIO
|The following reflections of the Holy Fathers Encyclical on Faith and Reason were published in L'Osservatore Romano:|
|1 - Crisis of meaning proves the Encyclical's
Fr. Georges Cottier, O.P.
|2 - Philosophy is one of the noblest of human
|3 - Reason
finds in Revelation the possibility of being truly itself
Bishop Rino Fisichella
|4 - Israel's Wisdom
Fr Maurice Gilbert, S.J.
|5 - The discourse at the Areopagus and the
universality of truth
Fr Albert Vanhoye, S.J.
|6 - Rational justification of the
act of faith
Bishop Andre-Mutien Leonard
|7 - From many human truths to one
Bishop Peter Henrid, SJ
The encounter of faith and reason in the Fathers of the Church
Fr Enrico dal Covolo, S.D.B.
The richness of scholasticism
Fr Paul Gilbert, S.J.
The drama of the separation of faith and reason
Fr Giovanni B. Saia, S.J.
Magisterium's interventions in Philosophical matters
Bishop Walter Kasper
|12 - Dogmatic theology needs
Fr. John M. McDermott, S.J.
|13 - The place of philosophy in moral theology
Fr Servais Pinckaers, OP
|14 - The relationship between philosophy and cultures
|15 - The
human person as seeker of truth
|16 - For a
metaphysics open to faith
Mons. Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo
|17 - The
Encyclical in Relation to Modern and Contemporary Thought
|Remarks on chapter five of Fides et Ratio: Magisterial
authority as discernment
Fr. Gianfranco Girotti, O.F.M. Conv., Undersecretary, Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
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