The variety of contemporary views on the sensus fidelium challenges the traditional understanding of the concept. In this study, criteria are offered for reassessing the sensus fidelium in the light of Vatican II's teaching and the concept's history. Major theological perspectives on this topic since Vatican II are surveyed and explicated.
This is an important contribution to understanding the workings of Catholicism's theological development since 1962 and the development of a definition of a conceptual notion that has played an increasingly important part in councils of the Church.
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Daniel J. Finucane
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