Vatican II

Vatican II

Expériences canadiennes – Canadian experiences

Edited by: Michael Attridge, Catherine E. Clifford, Gilles Routhier

568 Pages · 9.00x6.00 · May 21 2011

Paper ISBN: 9782760307636

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Le deuxième concile du Vatican (1961-1965) fut l’un des événements religieux les plus importants du vingtième siècle. Au Canada, il coïncida avec une période de changements culturels et sociétaux sans précédent, entraînant chez les évêques catholiques canadiens un réexamen de la place et de la mission de l’Église dans le monde. Pendant quatre ans, les évêques catholiques canadiens se réunirent avec leurs collègues de partout dans le monde pour réfléchir aux questions urgentes qui se posaient à l’Église et en débattre. Ce livre bilingue étudie l’interprétation et la réception de Vatican II au Canada, analysant diverses questions, dont le rôle des médias, les réactions des autres chrétiens, les contributions des participants canadiens, l’impact du Concile sur la pratique religieuse et sa contribution à la progression du dialogue interreligieux.

The Second Vatican Council (1961-1965) was one of the most significant religious events of the twentieth-century. In Canada, it was part of a moment of unprecedented cultural and societal change, causing Canadian Catholics to reexamine the church’s place and mission in the world. For four years, Canadian Catholic bishops met with their peers from around the globe to reflect on and debate the pressing issues facing the church. This bilingual volume explores the interpretation and reception of Vatican II in Canada, looking at many issues including the role of the media, the reactions of other Christians, the contributions of Canadian participants, the council’s impact on religious practice and its contribution to the growth of inter-religious dialogue.

PART I: REGARDS PLURIELS SUR LE CONCILE

 

SECTION I: Vatican II Viewed by the Press
Reporting the Revolution: The Western Catholic Reporter and Post-Vatican II Reform
-- Indre Cuplinskas (St. Joseph’s College, Edmonton)
Le concile Vatican II dans la région de la Beauce : une fenêtre sur Rome à travers l’Éclaireur-Progrès
-- Marc Pelchat (Université Laval)
Deux événements médiatiques québécois en lien avec le Concile: « Foi et Constitution » à Montréal (1963) et Paul VI à l’ONU (1965)
-- Pierre C. Pagé (Université du Québec à Montréal)

 

SECTION II: Vatican II Viewed by Other Christians
Canadian Presbyterians and Vatican II: A Silent Revolution
-- Stuart Macdonald (Knox College, Toronto)
Reaction to Vatican II in The United Church of Canada
-- John H. Young (Queen’s University)
“Hold Onto Your Hats”: Vatican II and Aggiornamento in the Anglican Church of Canada
-- Alan L. Hayes (Wycliffe College, Toronto)

 

SECTION III: Vatican II Viewed by the Theologians
Growing Awareness Regarding Vatican II in Canadian Theological Monographs and Journals (1959 to 1969)
-- Michael A. Fahey, S.J. (Boston College)
Inspiration After Dei verbum
-- Andréa Spatafora (Saint Paul University, Ottawa)

 

PART II: CANADIAN PARTICIPATION AT THE COUNCIL AND AFTERWARDS

 

SECTION I: The Activity of the Canadian Bishops
Cardinal Paul-Émile Léger and the Establishment of the Mixed Commission on Revelation
-- Karim Schelkens (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
‘The lesser of two evils?’: Archbishop Philip Pocock, Vatican II and the Birth Control Controversy
-- Peter Meehan (Seneca College, Toronto)
The Council Diary of Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk and Turning Points in the History of the Catholic Church: An Interpretation
-- Peter Galadza (Saint Paul University, Ottawa)
Canada's Ukrainian Catholics and Vatican II: A Guide for the Future or Struggling with the Past?
-- Myroslaw Tataryn (St. Jerome’s University, Waterloo)
Experimenting Creatively with Being Church in the Modern World: The Social Affairs Commission of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1965-1982
-- Peter Baltutis (University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto)
Le synode extraordinaire de 1985 : l’expérience canadienne
-- Jacques Racine (Université Laval)

 

SECTION II: Experiencing the Council
Marcel Bélanger : Itinéraire d’un expert canadien à Vatican II
-- Philippe Roy (Université Laval)
‘A Great Historic Day’: The Conciliar Diaries of Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk
-- Jaroslav Z. Skira (Regis College, Toronto)
A Canadian Anglican at Vatican II: The Activity of Eugene R. Fairweather
-- Michael Attridge (University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto)
Vatican Council II: A Turning Point in the Church’s History
-- Gregory Baum (McGill University)
Théologiens à Vatican II : Notes et carnets, témoins de l’expérience vécue à la commission doctrinale
-- Léo Laberge (Université St-Paul, Ottawa)

 

PART III: RÉCEPTION DE VATICAN II DANS LA VIE DE L’ÉGLISE

 

SECTION I: Liturgy and Catechesis
The St. Lawrence Flows into Lake Ontario: Tides of Liturgical Renewal
-- Darren J. Dias (University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto)
La réception de Vatican II dans la formation catéchétique au Québec
-- Raymond Brodeur (Université Laval)
Religious Education after Vatican II: From Doctrine to Method
-- Myrtle Power and John Van den Hengel (Saint Paul University, Ottawa)

 

SECTION II: Religious Life and Laity
Imaging Perfectae Caritatis: Viewing the Consecrated Life through the Motherhouse Museums of Canadian Women Religious
-- Heidi MacDonald (University of Lethbridge) and Elizabeth Smyth (University of Toronto)
The Spiritual Journey of Alice Trudeau, m.o., in the Post-conciliar Context
-- Rosa Bruno-Joffré (Queen’s University)
Vatican II and the Changing Mission of the Catholic Women’s League of Canada
-- Sarah Jardine (Saint Paul University, Ottawa)

 

SECTION III: Ecumenism and Religious Liberty
La question de la liberté religieuse au Québec à l’heure du Concile
-- Gilles Routhier (Université Laval)
Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue in Canada: Receiving Unitatis Redintegratio
-- Catherine E. Clifford (Saint Paul University, Ottawa)