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Concilium is currently published in six languages and can claim to be the most-widely read theological journal in the world.
Part One: Social and Spiritual Dimensions
Love and Silence
WERNER G. JEANROND
Taking Stock of Silence or the Twilight of a God
The Transforming Power of Contemplative Silence
SEBASTIAN PAINADATH SJ
Spirituality of Silence
Part Two: Silence in Theological Discourse
Silence and God
MICHAEL AMALADOSS SJ
A Thirst for Silence: The Taizé Experience
BROTHER JOHN OF TAIZÉ
Silence: A Sacred Space for Listening
‘Mother, I Hear Your Heartbeat…’ Silence as Listening to God and His Creation
Silence in the Bible: A Short Introduction and Seven Miniatures
Part Three: Theological Forum
Pope Francis’ Laudato Si
MICHAEL J. SCHUCK
Theology and the University
JORGE COSTADOAT SJ
Academic Freedom: Theology and the Teaching of the Roman Catholic Church
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