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Published by American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Franciscans -- Theology -- History -- To 1500.,
  • Lord"s Supper -- Real presence -- History of doctrines -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.,
  • Transubstantiation -- History of doctrines -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Burr.
    SeriesTransactions of the American Philosophical Society,, v. 74, pt. 3 (1984), Transactions of the American Philosophical Society ;, v. 74, pt. 3.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX2220 .B87 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination113 p. ;
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3193797M
    ISBN 100871697432
    LC Control Number83073283


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: Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, V. 74, Pt. 3) (): Burr, David: BooksCited by: T theology: the relationship between Christ's bodily presence in the eucharist and the conversion of the eucharistic elements, bread and wine, into Christ's body and blood.

It traces discussion of this problem within the Franciscan order during the late thirteenth century from Saint Bonaventure to. EUCHARISTIC PRESENCE AND CONVERSION IN LATE THIRTEENTH-CENTURY FRANCISCAN THOUGHT Philadelphia, PA: The American Philosophical Society, Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought: Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol.

74, part 3) Our Price: $ By Asger Aaboe (au). Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought, Philadelphia, American Philosophical Society,p. (“Transactions of the American Philosophical Society,” 74). – – Olivi and Franciscan Poverty.

Thirteenth and fourteenth century Eucharistic presence and conversion in late thirteenth-century Franciscan thought book Aristotelians thought the answer had to be "transubstantiation." Acclaimed philosopher, Marilyn McCord Adams, investigates these later medieval theories of the Eucharist, concentrating on the writings of Thomas Aquinas, Giles of Rome, Duns Scotus, and William Ockham, with some reference to Peter.

career, The Persecution of Peter Olivi (); Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late-Thirteenth Century Franciscan Thought (); and Olivi and Franciscan Poverty (). Now we have a book on Olivi's most weighty and fateful book, the vast Apocalypse commentary completed shortly before his death in As Burr shows, Olivi drew on.

Download Eucharistic Presence books, In this insightful, interdisciplinary study, Robert Sokolowski uses the methods of phenomenology to examine Christian religious beliefs, particularly the sacrament of the Eucharist. In so doing, he comes to terms with many theological and cultural issues raised by modernity.

Although the Eucharist is the. Author: Robert Sokolowski Publisher: CUA Press ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: Get Books. Eucharistic Presence Eucharistic Presence by Robert Sokolowski, Eucharistic Presence Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.

Download Eucharistic Presence books, In this insightful, interdisciplinary study, Robert Sokolowski uses the methods of. David Burr, Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 74/3 (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, ).

Google Scholar. TA 3 David Burr - Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan download M TA 4 Edward Grant - In Defense of the Earth's Centrality and Immobility_Scholastic Reaction to Copernicanism in the Seventeenth download. Burr, Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-century Franciscan Thought (Philadelphia, ).

Google Scholar S. Marrone, Truth and Scientific Knowledge in the Thought of Henry of Ghent (Cambridge, ), complements the same author’s work on epistemology in the earlier part of the century.

The Eucharistic Presence and Reconcilliation of Opposing Realities. Robert Shepard - - Heythrop Journal 22 (2)– Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought.

For St. Francis the whole world and, with emphasis, the animal world was a reflection of the greatness, the beauty, and the variety of God’s own perfections. Then, his love of God’s goodness.

For Francis, God’s goodness was God’s sharing with His creatures what He, as God, possessed from all eternity. He never had to—if no single creature had been made, God would not have deprived.

10 D. Burr, Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 74/3 (Philadelphia, PA: American Philosophical. Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, V.

74, Pt. 3) by David Burr Members with naamah26's books. Dominic V. Monti noted in Church History that in Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought, Burr studies "the way Franciscan theologians from Bonaventure to John Duns Scotus resolved the question of the dependence of the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist on the conversion of the elements of bread.

On the eucharist, see Macy, Theologies of the Eucharist; David, Burr, Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society (Philadelphia: The American Philosophical Society, ); Caroline Walker, Bynum, Holy Feast and Holy Fast: The Religious Significance.

Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Angelo (1) apocalyptic (5) apocalyptic thought (1) apocalypticism (3) brothers minor (1) Christianity (3) church (2) comedy (2) DVD (10) Francis of Assisi (2) Franciscan.

Thomas, Commentary on Book IV of the Sentences, d, q.2, a A few passages from St. Thomas’s greatest work, the Summa Theologiae, Part III on the Eucharist. 74, Art 1. “Bread and wine are the proper matter of this sacrament. Publications: The Persecution of Peter Olivi, ; Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought, ; Olivi and Franciscan Poverty: The Origins of the Usus Pauper Controversy, ; Petrus Ioannis Olivi's Quaestio de Usu Paupere and Tractatus de Usu Paupere, ; Olivi's Peaceable Kingdom: A Reading of.

Roger Marston (Rogerus de Marston) (died c. ) was an English Franciscan scholastic philosopher and theologian. He studied under John Pecham in Paris, in the years aroundand probably also at Oxford a few years later, during the time he was a pupil of John Pecham he was a fellow student with Matthew of generally followed Pecham's views on the Eucharist.

One of the surprises of the church's teachings since the Second Vatican Council is its strong emphasis on devotion to the Real Presence. Worship of the Holy Eucharist, not only during Mass or when receiving Holy Communion but as reserved on the altar, has been part of Catholic life and practice since the earliest centuries.

- Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J. Select Your Cookie Preferences. We use cookies and similar tools to enhance your shopping experience, to provide our services, understand how customers use. Book of Job. Kabbalah. Albo and Abravanel. Freudenthal Interview. Eastern Traditions. Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought (Philadelphia: ).

• R. Cross, Some Later Medieval Theories of the Eucharist (Oxford: ). Comments. Matěj Cepl 17 July The most sophisticated explanation of that presence (transubstantiation) was provided by Thomas Aquinas in the midth century. The Protestant reformers of the 16th century made various criticisms of traditional Roman Catholic theology and practice.

The liturgy of the medieval Christian West (ca. –) provided the structure around which life in Western Europe was structured for almost a thousand years. Rooted in Christian antiquity, in the early central liturgical structures of Initiation and Eucharist, the private and public observance of daily prayer, and the development of a liturgical year, the long medieval period that.

New Eucharistic Prayers: An Ecumenical Study of their Development and Structure (New York: Paulist Press, ). EUCHARIST AS PRESENCE Brian Davies, The Thought of Thomas Aquinas (New York: Oxford University Press, ) paperback. This includes a helpful account of Thomas’ theology of real presence.

The Franciscan polymath Roger Bacon, for example, thought that Christendom confronted four great issues in the thirteenth century, two of which related to Muslims—the conversion of non-Christians and the defense of Christendom against those who could not be converted.

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Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, V. 74, Pt. 3) Jun 1, by David Burr. points, but it is distracting to read a book that uses two different spellings, even on the same page, for a single word.

This frustrating medium prevents the message from getting through. John Carroll University JOSEPH F.

KELLY Cleveland, Ohio Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought. By DAVID BURR. The following article is adapted from a chapter in the book In the Presence of Our Lord: The History, Theology, and Psychology of Eucharistic Devotion, by Father Benedict J.

Groeschel, C.F.R., and. Thompson states energetically that Francis was "a thirteenth-century orthodox Catholic, not a modern spiritual individualist," and so "ideas of strategy, social reform, and organizational 'planning' were alien to him" (p.

Indeed, Thompson's entire book might be seen as a thorough excavation of what precisely this means. The relationship between the two eucharistic conversions--(1) the conversion of the elements of bread and wine into the real Body and Blood of Christ and (2) the conversion of the participants into the mystical Body of Christ--has always been, explicitly or implicitly, but usually never far from the foreground, part of the way Christians think about the Eucharist.

There will be an opportunity to Gift Aid your donation, and/or to direct your gift to the brothers, or sisters or a particular house, after you have completed the final page on PayPal (PayPal account not required). In the last several articles we have described the brothers who gathered around Francis and committed themselves to his way of following Christ.

Two of the earliest arrivals were Leo and Rufino. The first became Francis’ chaplain and confessor, as Leo was an ordained priest already. Rufino, a lifelong confidant and wisdom figure for Francis.

INTRODUCTION AND HISTORICAL BACKGROUND. Here is the troubling story of how 1 Franciscan brother petitioned Cardinal Napier of South Africa, urging him to see that the final version of the Synod’s document would not contain any deviation from Christ’s teaching regarding the absolute necessity of repentance and faith as criteria of membership in the Church and directives for pastoral.

Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan by David Burr () " two changes—one from the being of bread to its nonbeing, the other from the nonbeing of the bread to Christ's being—"then it would be harder to respond. " 7. Righthandedness and Lefthandedness by George Milbry Gould ().

Censorship and Cultural Change in Late-Medieval England: Vernacular Theology, the Oxford Translation Debate, and Arundel's Constitutions of Nicholas Watson Vol. 70, No. 4 22 Oct. 1. During the Last Supper, Jesus was speaking metaphorically when he said, “This is my body.” Objections to Christ’s presence in the Eucharist can usually be divided into three categories: scriptural, philosophical, and historical.

Whenever discussing the scriptural objections, keep in mind how many different interpretations are out there.The person most responsible for increasing interest in devotion to the Eucharist and the Virgin Mary in the twelfth century was One of the crusading orders founded during the Crusades that maintained a sovereign political presence in the eastern Mediterranean long after the Crusades was over was the In the thirteenth century, the.You can download Francis of Assisi: A New Biography in pdf format.