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6 edition of Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church found in the catalog.

Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church

by Monica Migliorino Miller

  • 356 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by University of Scranton Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian social thought & activity,
  • Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church,
  • Feminist theology,
  • Christian Sexual Ethics,
  • Roman Catholic Church,
  • Religion - Catholicism,
  • Women in the Catholic Church,
  • Religion,
  • Christianity - Catholic,
  • Religion / Christianity,
  • Authority,
  • Catholic Church,
  • Church,
  • Doctrines

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8421440M
    ISBN 100940866242
    ISBN 109780940866249

    The Catholic Church's traditional teaching about sex education, especially as formulated by Popes Pius XI and Pius XII, is that it should not be primarily a matter of giving explicit information at all, but rather it should be a matter of inculcating modesty, purity, chastity, and morality, a matter of teaching the sixth and ninth commandments. Human Sexuality and the Catholic Church | Introduction to The Conjugal Act as a Personal Act | Donald P. Asci Print-friendly version A simple survey of the contemporary cultural landscape reveals a great interest in the sexual relationship between man and woman, with many books, articles, and programs dedicated to this subject.

      No official in the Catholic Church has any credibility when speaking on issues of sexuality, gender, or relationships. If that was not already obvious, it Author: Marianne Duddy-Burke. As the Catechism of the Catholic Church says, sexuality "becomes personal and truly human when it is integrated into the relationship of one person to another, in the complete and mutual lifelong gift of a man and a woman". Insofar as it entails sincere self-giving, it is obvious that growth in love is helped by that discipline of the feelings.

    Women & the Church. The consequences of the sexual-abuse scandal in the Roman Catholic Church in the United States continue to unfold. On the surface, the crisis is about sex. Beneath the surface, the crisis is about the church’s teaching authority. Sexuality has been intensely debated within Christianity since its earliest days — at least since the time of church father Augustine, according to William B. Lawrence, a .


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Miller's book, Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church, is a well developed study on the meaning of masculine and feminine authority in the Church.

She explores the true meaning of what it is to be a woman in today's Church, and how that vocation holds vital importance to the life of the by: 2.

Monica Migliorino Miller holds a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from Marquette University and has written extensively on the subject of women in the Church. Her books include Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church and Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars/5(10).

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Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church - Monica Migliorino Miller - Google Books Monica Migliorino Miller articulates a theology that breaks open the essence of ecclesial authority.

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Authority and Experience in the Catholic Church. By Joseph A. Selling. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 February Author: Philip Sheldrake. The feminine authority of the church: Baptism and a woman's life-giving authority --The Biblical testimony --The church feeds her children --Mother and teacher --The feminine side of worship --The church--mother of priests --The divinization of woman.

The Authority of Women in the Catholic Church elucidates the essential role women play in the covenant of salvation. With the support of Scripture, the writings of the Fathers of the Church, and contemporary theological insights, Monica Migliorino Miller.

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Excerpt from Chapter 7 of our Chairman Dr. Stephen D. Mumford’s book, American Democracy and the Vatican: Population Growth and National Security (). The book is available at Kindle here and to read for free here. The Church’s preoccupation with sex stems chiefly from three very.

Authority, if it is authority at all, derives from and exists for authentic Christian worship, namely, the Holy Eucharist. If authority is derived from Eucharistic worship, then authority is fundamentally the authority of a covenant.

This book shows that this covenant is spoken according to a primordial sexual language rooted in creation by: 2. Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church by Monica Migliorino Miller; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Authority, Catholic Church, Church, Doctrines, Feminist theology, Patriarchy, Religious aspects of Patriarchy, Women in the Catholic Church.

The Catholic Church believes in a natural bureaucracy of authority, flowing from Christ, through the Church, and even down into the family unit. Men are considered to be the heads of their households, the Pope is the head of the Church, and Christ is the head of the Pope.

In a marriage, women should remain submissive and obedient to the husband. The Rev. Thomas J. Reese, a Jesuit priest, is a Senior Analyst at RNS.

Previously he was a columnist at the National Catholic Reporter (). Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church: Monica Migliorino Miller: Books - 4/5(1). Sexuality and authority in the Catholic Church. [Monica Migliorino Miller] -- "Today the Catholic Church finds itself in the midst of a controversy concerning the nature of authority - most particularly, the authority of women.

Fifty years ago, Pope Paul VI issued an encyclical that shook the Catholic Church to its core by declaring that every use of artificial contraceptives is immoral.

The document, "Humanae Vitae. Authority, if it is authority at all, derives from and exists for authentic Christian worship, namely, the Holy Eucharist.

If authority is derived from Eucharistic worship, then authority is fundamentally the authority of a covenant. This book shows that this covenant is spoken according to a primordial sexual language rooted in creation itself.5/5(2).

Authority, if it is authority at all, derives from and exists for authentic Christian worship, namely, the Holy Eucharist.

If authority is derived from Eucharistic worship, then authority is fundamentally the authority of a covenant. This book shows that this covenant is spoken according to a primordial sexual language rooted in creation : Monica Migliorino Miller.

Authority, if it is authority at all, derives from and exists for authentic Christian worship, namely, the Holy Eucharist. If authority is derived from Eucharistic worship, then authority is fundamentally the authority of a covenant.

This book shows that this covenant is spoken according to a primordial sexual language rooted in creation itself. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

Sexuality and authority in the Catholic Church in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. This title was first published in This text examines sexuality and interpersonal relationships in relation to the Catholic Church. Topics discussed include spirituality; sexuality; bodiliness and sacramentality; the female experience of sexuality; authority; and the development of Catholic tradition and sexual morality.The Church, following the natural law, in fact teaches that the sexual act has two purposes, described in the Catechism of the Catholic Church as, "the good of the spouses themselves and the transmission of life" (CCC ).

These two ends are generally referred to as the unitive and procreative (or reproductive) aspects of sex.