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