Describes theology/philosophy based on medieval thought.
Literally, "handbook of the marked"; a compendium of papal and conciliar documents.
Representing or seeking to unify many different things.
Literally, "quiet association"; a secret group set up to keep surveillance of theologians and members of the hierarchy suspected of Modernist tendencies.
Searching for the meaning of a text in relation to its original audience.
Analysis of a text in relation to the edition undergone.
Of the early Church leaders.
he study of institutional Church views and governance.
The Authority of the Church in its hierarchy.
The papal court of advising cardinals.
Beyond understanding, surpassing thoughts and deeds.
Intimately close or completely personal.
Believer in God as trusted creator and personal guide.
Believer in God as a creating agent but not an agent in the world.
Change of heart.
To be on the side of" or Holy Spirit.
Pertaining to being
"Of the same substance".
"Those called out".
"Servant of the servants".
"From the chair".
Dogmas of the Church
Doctrines of the Church
"The highest bridge-builder".
Beliefs and ideals shared by a community, past and present.
God making Godself known to humanity in history.
Agreement among the vast majority.
A belief or teaching regarded as false by Catholic authority.
suggesting a very direct mode of communication; literal interpretation of the Bible.
Believing that God breaks natural laws to prove God's power.
To be a reflection of the early Church and Jesus' first followers.
Official list of essential writings
The concept that knowing our humanness is where to begin when wanting To know who God is.