|Statement||[by] Albert C. Outler.|
|LC Classifications||BX830 1962 .O9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||67015717|
Methodist Observer at Vatican II, Methodist Observer at Vatican II, Back Next. Paul Blanshard () was perhaps the most well-known American critic of Roman Catholicism in the midth century. In his book on the Council, he wrote that Methodist observer “bishop” Fred Pierce was “given the exceptional distinction of several private papal audiences.” Blanshard also revealed that, “the private remarks. The broader history of our relationships must go back to the presence of Methodists among the invited ecumenical observers at Vatican II itself. The most vocal of our observers was the American historian and theologian, Albert C. Outler (). His regular reports home may be read in his book, Methodist Observer at Vatican II. Author of Albert Outler, the ecumenical theologian, Psychotherapy and the Christian message, Methodist observer at Vatican II, The Christian tradition and the unity we seek, A Christian context for counseling, The ecumenical theologian, That .
1 Vatican II. A Methodist Reaction. By David Carter. This paper was first given to the British Roman Catholic-Methodist Committee in November and subsequently published in Ecumenical Trends, April If I may have the indulgence, I will begin this paper with some personal reminiscences. Albert Outler, a professor of theology at Southern Methodist University and an observer at Vatican II from the Methodists, offered his assessment of the Council in an article entitled “Charter for Change,” at the conclusion of which he asked, “What about us non-Romans in the aftermath of Vatican II? the blunt truth is that, with. 25,, articles and books. Periodicals Literature. Keyword Title Author Topic. Outler, a professor of theology at Southern Methodist University and a Methodist observer at Vatican II, offered his assessment of the Council as a "Charter for Change." In his conclusion he asked. List of Observers, Guests at Current Session of Vatican II Posted on Septem by Administrator1 This is the list of observers delegated by non-Catholic Christian churches and associations for the fourth session of the Second Vatican Council, together with the list of those attending the council as guests of the Secretariat for.
With the arrival here of three representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church, 63 non-Catholic religious leaders are attending the second session of the ecumenical council as observer delegates or guests of the Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity. This is an increase of 18 over the number of observers and guests at the first session of. Franz Hildebrandt was Dietrich Bonhoeffer's closest friend in the s. A remarkable preacher and able scholar, he was a leading figure in the German Confession Church's struggle against the Nazis. As the youngest signatory of the Baumen declaration against Nazi doctrine, he was a marked man. The Bonhoeffer family aided his flight from Germany, but after he was never to see his friend. The Catholics know how to do this rightly with orders of Dominicans, Jesuits, Franciscans, etc. Of course it was Albert Outler, Methodist observer at Vatican II and Wesley scholar-par-excellence, who (as far as I know) first dreamed the dream of a “Wesleyan Order” within the broader Catholic Church. The second session: the debates and decrees of Vatican Council II, September 29 to December 4, BX R92 The third session: the debates and decrees of Vatican Council ii, September 14 to Novem