“Methodological Presuppositions for Engaging the Other in the Post-Vatican II Context: Insights from Ignatius and Lonergan,” By John D. Dadosky

Dadosky2007 (2)This paper articulates the methodological presuppositions for inter-cultural and inter-religious dialogue in Catholic theology in a Post-Vatican II context. It argues that the Presupposition to St. Ignatius Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises and features of Bernard Lonergan’s thought help to explicate an important method for engaging the other.

One Response to ““Methodological Presuppositions for Engaging the Other in the Post-Vatican II Context: Insights from Ignatius and Lonergan,” By John D. Dadosky”

  1. the one and only says:

    Old man,
    Finally you are making sense. I appreciate your honestly and the sharing of your journey. Alas, only the old and wise can come to these conclusions.

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