Notes on Contributors
I: Vision and Principles
Prologue: Acts 2:1-11
1. Receptive Ecumenism and Catholic Learning: Establishing 5 the Agenda, Paul D. Murray
2. Receiving Gifts in Ecumenical Dialogue, Margaret O'Gara
3. Authentic Learning and Receiving: A Search for Criteria, Ladislas Örsy, S.J.
4. Becoming Catholic Persons and Learning to Be a Catholic People, Philip Sheldrake
5. The Church: A School of Wisdom?, Nicholas Lash
6. Credo Unam Sanctam Ecclesiam - The Relationship Between the Catholic and the Protestant Principles in Fundamental Ecclesiology, Walter Kasper
7. Texts and Contexts: Hermeneutical Reflections on Receptive Ecumenism, Riccardo Larini
II: Receptive Ecumenical Learning through Catholic Dialogue
Prologue - Phillipians 1 3-7a, Philip Endean, S. J.
8. What Roman Catholics Have to Learn from Anglicans, Keith F. Pecklers, S.J.
9. Receptive Catholic Learning through Methodist-Catholic Dialogue, Michael E. Putney
10. A Methodist Perspective on Catholic Learning, David Chapman
11. The International Lutheran-Roman Catholic Dialogue: An Example of Ecclesial Learning and Ecumenical Reception, William G. Rusch
12. Catholic Learning and Orthodoxy: The Promise and Challenge of Eucharistic Ecclesiology, Paul McPartlan
III: Receptive Ecumenism and Catholic Church Order
Prologue - Ephesians 4: 7, 11-16
13. Catholic Learning Concerning Apostolicity and Ecclesiality, James F. Puglisi, S.A.
14. The Holy Spirit as the Gift: Pneumatology, Receptivity and Catholic Re-reception of the Petrine Ministry In the Theology of Walter Kasper, Denis Edwards
15. What Might Catholicism Learn from Orthodoxy in Relation to Collegiality, Joseph Famerée
16. Potential Catholic Learning Around Lay Participation in Decision Making, Paul Lakeland
17. Receptive Ecumenical Learning and Episcopal Accountability within Contemporary Catholicism: Canonical Considerations, Patrick Connolly
IV:The Pragmatics of Receptive Ecumenical Learning
Prologue - John 11: 43b-53, Philip Endean, S.J.
18. From Vatican II to Mississauga: Lessons in Receptive Ecumenical Learning from the Anglican-Roman Catholic Bilateral Dialogue Process, Mary Tanner, OBE
19. Receptive Ecumenism and Recent Initiatives in the Catholic Church's Dialogues with the Anglican Communion and the World Methodist Council, Donald Bolen
20. Jerusalem, Athens, and Zurich: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Factors Inhibiting Receptive Ecumenism, Geraldine Smyth, O.P.
21. Managing Change in the Irish Civil Service and the Implications for Transformative Ecclesial Learning, Brendan Tuohy and Eamonn Conway
22. The Fortress Church under Reconstruction? Sociological Factors Inhibiting Receptive Catholic Learning in the Church in England and Wales, Peter McGrail
23. Ecumenism and the 'Tribe': A Sociological Perspective on Receptive Ecumenism, James Sweeney
24. Organisational Factors Inhibiting Receptive Catholic Learning, Thomas Reese, S.J.
V: Retrospect and Prospect
Prologue - Revelation 1:9-18, Philip Endean, S.J.
25. Receptive Ecumenism and Catholic Learning: An Orthodox Perspective, Andrew Louth
26. The Place of Anglicanism in Receptive Ecumenism and Catholic Learning, Nicholas Sagovsky
27. Receptive Ecumenism and the Future of Ecumenical Dialogues: Privileging Differentiated Consensus and Drawing Its Institutional Consequences, Hervé Legrand, O.P.
28. Receptive Ecumenism and Catholic Learning: Reflections in Dialogue with Yves Congar and B. C. Butler, Gabriel Flynn
29. Receptive Ecumenism and the Hermeneutics of Catholic Learning: The Promise of Comparative Ecclesiology, Gerard Mannion
30. Receptive Ecumenism: Learning by Engagement, Daniel W. Hardy
31. Learning the Ways of Receptive Ecumenism: Formational and Catechetical Considerations, Jeffrey Gros, F.S.C.
32. Receiving the Experience of Eucharistic Celebration, Peter Philips