Theology of the Body, Extended

Theology of the Body Extended Pope John Paul II expected theologians to expand their insights of the lectures given during his Wednesday audiences in St Peter s Square and Paul VI Audience Hall between September and Novem

  • Title: Theology of the Body, Extended
  • Author: Susan Windley-Daoust
  • ISBN: 9780989839754
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Paperback
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    Pope John Paul II expected theologians to expand their insights of the 129 lectures given during his Wednesday audiences in St Peter s Square and Paul VI Audience Hall between September 1979 and November 1984 However, his integrated vision of the human person body, soul, and spirit has rarely gone beyond the popular topics of moral theology associated with sexualityPope John Paul II expected theologians to expand their insights of the 129 lectures given during his Wednesday audiences in St Peter s Square and Paul VI Audience Hall between September 1979 and November 1984 However, his integrated vision of the human person body, soul, and spirit has rarely gone beyond the popular topics of moral theology associated with sexuality and marriage Now, Susan Windley Daoust, a passionate disciple of John Paul s complete work, devoted spiritual director, and popular Assistant Professor of Theology at St Mary s University of Minnesota, extends the Theology of the Body to what it means to be human during the experiences of childbirth, impairment, and dying Are there spiritual signs in these bodily events that are central to the human experience Oh yes And the signs mysteriously and wonderfully point to God.

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    • Christine Dalessio says:

      Susan Windley-Daoust's brand new book Theology of the Body, Extended: The Spiritual Signs of Birth, Impairment and Dayingis a deep exploration into the human condition and our relationship with birth, death and impairment through the lens of the work known as the Theology of the Body given the Church by St. Pope John Paul II. While many people think the Theology of the Body is some version of the church's teaching on sexual chastity, they would be mistaken. The pope's work explores the meaning o [...]

    • Bethanie Ryan says:

      Another companion on my recent trip to Missouri, Susan Windley-Daoust’s book, Theology of the Body, Extended, was a book I had long looked forward to. My own research had pushed many exciting books down on my reading list and a 16 hour car ride presented a good opportunity to catch up. (PS: The two-year-old did a wonderful job, even when we were stuck at a dead stop for over 3 hours.)Back to the book, when John Paul II used his first years as pope forming the Theology of the Body, he meant it [...]

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