Disclosing Church: An Ecclesiology Learned from Conversations in Practice

Author:   Clare Watkins (University of Roehampton)
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Pages:   270
Publication Date:   25 March 2020
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Author:   Clare Watkins (University of Roehampton)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   0.680kg
ISBN:  

9781138307742


ISBN 10:   1138307742
Pages:   270
Publication Date:   25 March 2020
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
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Preface Acknowledgements 1. Disclosing Church: attending to people, attending to the Spirit. Part I - The Project: 'Action research - Church and Society' (ARCS) Rationale for Part I 2. The ARCS project: reflections on a research community and its practices Theological Action Research 4. Theology in Four Voices Part II - Contextual Themes Rationale for Part II A. Account of Practice: London Jesuit Volunteers 5. The Geographical Context: London, the global city B. Account of Practice: Westminster Agency for Evangelisation 6. The Organisational Contexts: dioceses, parishes, and faith-based agencies Part III - Ecclesiological themes Rationale for Part III C. Account of Practice: St. Mary's Battersea 7. Church in Mission: learning ecclesial ek-centrcity D. Account of Practice: Messy Church, South Croydon 8. Identifying church: edginess and edge-lessness E. Account of Practice: Housing Justice 9. Sacrament and sacramentality: celebrating the peri-liturgical sacramental F. Account of Practice: Portsmouth Diocese 10. Orders and ordering: life together in the power of the Spirit G. Account of Practice: Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD) 11. Tradition: normativity, creativity and faithful treachery Part IV - Conclusions Rationale to Part IV 12. What account of Church? Edgelessness, Fragility, and Discernment. 13. What account of theology? Practical Fundamental Theology. 14. Ecclesiology by Epiphanies: a prospect. Appendix - Outline of a single theological action research cycle Bibliography

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Clare Watkins is Reader in Ecclesiology and Practical Theology at the University of Roehampton, UK, having previously worked as Vice Principal of the Margaret Beaufort Institute, Cambridge. She has researched, taught and published in a range of areas across ecclesiology and sacramental theology, with particular interests in lay vocation, marriage and family and the practical living of ecclesial life 'in ordinary'. Her publications reflect this, including: Living Baptism: Called out of the Ordinary (2006) and Talking About God in Practice: theological action research and practical theology (2010). She ist he Director of the Theology and Action Research Network (TARN), based at the University of Roehampton.

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