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Description:Octavo Size [approx 15.5 x 22.8cm]. Very Good condition. No...Octavo Size [approx 15.5 x 22.8cm]. Very Good condition. No dustjacket. Green cloth boards [a little sunned on spine and top edge] with black title patch to spine. Scarce title. Gift inscription to front pastedown. Translated by P.J. Hepburne-Scott. First published in France as Sacerdoce et Laicat in 1962.478 pages Yves Congar was a French Dominican priest who was widely recognized in his lifetime as one of the most important Roman Catholic theologians of the 20th century. Best known for his work in the theology of the church itself as an institution or community, Congar drew from biblical, patristic, and medieval sources to revitalize the discipline. An early advocate of ecumenism, he was a major influence at the Second Vatican Council (1962–65).
Description:8.5" x 5.5". 478pp. Green cloth, in dust wrapper. Small...8.5" x 5.5". 478pp. Green cloth, in dust wrapper. Small ownership stamp, else near fine condition; the jacket is a bit used and is price clipped. Congar was a priest who served as a chaplain in the French army. He was held as a prisoner of war by the Germans from 1940 to 1945. After the war, he taught and wrote, eventually becoming one of the most influential theologians of the 20th century on the topic of the Roman Catholic Church and ecumenism. He was a strong influence on the thinking of Karol Wojtya, the future Pope John Paul II.
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