Mariology, Volume 2

Mariology, Volume 2 v1

Nihil Obstat: Bede Babo, O.S.B., Censor librorum

Imprimatur: + James A. McNulty, Bishop of Paterson

January 2, 1957


TABLE OF CONTENTS

By Way of Introduction, vii

THE SCIENTIFIC STRUCTURE OF MARIOLOGY

by Cyril Vollert, S.J., S.T.D.

I. Is Mariology a Science?

II. Internal Structure of the Treatise

III. Relation of Mariology to the Rest of Theology

THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE OF MARIOLOGY

by Cyril Vollert, S.J., S.T.D.

I. Nature of a Theological Principle

II. What Is the Fundamental Principle of Mariology?

MARY IN EASTERN PATRISTIC THOUGHT

by Walter J. Burghardt, SJ., S.T.D.

I. The New Eve

II. Perpetual Virginity

III. Mary's Motherhood

IV. Our Lady’s Holiness

V. Death and Assumption

THE PREDESTINATION OF OUR BLESSED LADY

by John F. Bonnefoy, O.F.M., S.T.D. .

I. Principal Theological Systems on the Divine Plan of Creation

II. The Order of Predestinations

III. Conclusions

MARY’S DIVINE MOTHERHOOD

by Gerald Van Ackeren, S.J., S.T.D.

I. The Fact of Divine Motherhood

II. The Essence of the Divine Motherhood

III. Mary s Motherhood and Her Other Privileges

THE PERPETUAL VIRGINITY OF THE MOTHER OF GOD

by Philip J. Donnelly , S.J., S.T.D.

I. The Witness of Scripture to the Virginity of Mary

II. The Patristic Tradition Concerning Marys Virginity

MARY’S FULLNESS OF GRACE

by Frank P. Calkins, O.S.M,, S.T.D.

I. Initial Fullness

II. Mary’s Growth in Grace

III. Final Fullness of Grace in Mary

OUR LADY’S KNOWLEDGE

by Very Rev. Francis J. Connell, C.SS.R., S.T.D., LL.D.

I. Beatific Knowledge

II. Infused Knowledge

III. Acquired Knowledge

IV. Mary’s Knowledge in Heaven

MARY’S SPIRITUAL MATERNITY

by Wenceslans Sebastian, O.F.M., S.T.D.

I. The Nature of Mary’s Spiritual Maternity

II. Theological Evidence

OUR LADY'S COREDEMPTION

by Juniper B. Carol, O.F.M., S.T.D.

I. The Ordinary Magisterium on Mary’s Coredemption

II. The Argument From Sacred Scripture

III. The Teaching of Tradition

IV. Nature and Modalities of Mary’s Coredemption

V. Difficulties and Solutions

Conclusion

MARY, DISPENSATRIX OF ALL GRACES

by Armand J. Robichaud, S.M.

I. The Fact of Mary’s Role as Dispensatrix of All Graces

II. The Nature of Mary’s Role as Dispensatrix of All Graces

Conclusion

MARY’S DEATH AND BODILY ASSUMPTION

by Lawrence P. Everett, C.SS.R., S.T.D.

Meaning and Scope of the Definition

I. The Assumptionistic Movement

II. The Teaching of the Ordinary and Universal Magisterium

III. Indications of Our Present Belief Found in Remote Testimonies

THE UNIVERSAL QUEENSHIP OF MARY

by Firmin M. Schviidt, O.F.M.Cap., S.T.D.

The Notion of "King" and "Queen"

Christ the King

Mary the Queen.

The Kingdom of Christ and Mary

I. The Magisterium and the Queenship

II. Sacred Scripture and Mary’s Queenship

III. Tradition and Mary’s Queenship

IV. The Nature and Extent of Mary’s Queenship

Conclusion

Appendix

MARY AND THE CHURCH

by Cyril Vollert, S.J., S.T.D.

I. Foundation of the Analogy

II. The Analogy Presented

Conclusion

INDEX OF AUTHORS.

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