Differently Able: For a Church Where All Belong
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Part One: Introduction
Theology and Disability Studies: A Bereft Reappraisal
HANS S. REINDERS
Part Two: Reading Our Traditions
Catechesis For People With Disabilities: A Look at the Path of the Catholic Church in Italy
VERONICA AMATA DONATELLO
Unbalanced Reading:Dis/ability-Critical Approaches to Biblical Healing Narratives Illustrated by Mk 7.31-37
MARKUS SCHIEFER FERRARI
Approaching Disability: Pastoral History and Practice Analyzed Through the Models of the Church
Rebuilding Christian Mission from the Perspective of “Discriminated Differently Abled”
HUANG, PO HO
Part Three: Rethinking Humanity
Living Together in the Household of God: A Perspective from a Person with Disabilities
Towards Disability Theology in Christianity and Islam
Disability and Perfection
Part Four: Reforming the Church
History and Comments of EDAN at the WCC
‘Finding Something for Bénédicte to Do’: What Place can Women with Learning Difficulties Have in the Eucharistic Liturgy?
Liturgical Imagination at Full Stretch: Possibilities for Leadership of Disabled People
Relationships of Solidarity as Heterotopias Bringing Wholeness to People with (and without) Disabilities
MARTIN M. LINTNER
Part Five: Theological Forum
Sacraments for a Sick World: Thoughts on Sacramental Lockdown During the Pandemic
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