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 timeliness
Fr. Georges Cottier, O.P.
2 - Philosophy is one of the noblest of human tasks
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 divine truth
Bishop Peter Henrid, SJ
8 - The encounter of faith and reason in the Fathers of the Church
Fr Enrico dal Covolo, S.D.B.
9 - The richness of scholasticism
Fr Paul Gilbert, S.J.
10 - The drama of the separation of faith and reason
Fr Giovanni B. Saia, S.J.
11 - Magisterium's interventions in Philosophical matters
Bishop Walter Kasper
12 - Dogmatic theology needs philosophy
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