Based on selected texts of the Second Vatican Council and related to the process of the Council and Church experiences thereafter, this article offers a brief insight into the theological method known as communicative theology (CT). One of the factors most challenging to mission and dialogue in world Catholicism is the perpetual presence of the “other” as a stranger. This learning religion in the presence of the “other” is not the exception; this article argues that it is, in fact, very typical of mission and dialogue in Africa as well as in Europe
"Learning Religion in the Presence of the Other: Mission and Dialogue in World Catholicism,"
Journal of Global Catholicism:
1, Article 4. p.52-69.
Available at: https://crossworks.holycross.edu/jgc/vol2/iss1/4
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