A theology not received, a practice out of time

Gooley, Anthony In this article I want to suggest that significant aspects of the theology of holy orders newly recovered at the Second Vatican Council have not been fully received into the life of the church. As a consequence of this, I will argue, a certain habit of mind or thinking about the place of the presbyter in the parish persists from the preconciliar era. This habit of mind is not well suited to the demands of the current era, and I will make suggestions that could be taken up at the plenary council in 2020.
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