Alive in Christ: The Synod for Oceania and the Catholic Church in Papua New Guinea, 1998-2005 (Point, 30)
365 pp., index. This Point issue documents recent developments in the Catholic Church in Papua New Guinea, starting with the Special Synod for Oceania in 1998, and its aftermath in the General Assembly of the Catholic Church in Papua New Guinea. The 21 reflections that comprise Chapter 9 were written during a series of writers' workshops held in various parts of PNG during 2005. Taking up the vision of Church from the General Assembly, "We are Church Alive in Christ," 11 women and 10 men, each in their own way, fashion a local narrative theology. Through their stories, the writers offer valuable insights into the varied life journeys of people in Papua New Guinea today. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 9980650044MI051312
Title: Alive in Christ: The Synod for Oceania and ...
Publisher: The Melanesian Institute
Publication Date: 2006
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
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