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  1. says:

    This is the greatest book on eccelsiology that I have read Part 2 Conditions for authentic reform without schism was worth the whole book I only wish Congar s section on protestantism was not taken out Neverthelss, Congar s book is a must read for anyone interested in the natu...

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    In the first part of this book, Congar insists that the Church must always be reforming In the 1950s, at a time when Catholic theology was extremely resistant to any hint of reform, Congar dared to publish a book asserting that reform was good and necessary for the Church For this he was censured, and removed from his teaching post But within ten years, the Second Vatican Council was assembled, ultimately vindicating Congar s vision of a constantly reforming Church Conservative Catholics would do well to reflect on Congar s insistence that the Church cannot remain static It must be c...