Articles

E. Journal, Magazine, and Newspaper Articles

  • “The Eucharist: Sacrifice or Meal?” Clergy Review 50, no. 12 (1965): 907-922.
  • “Are We Reforming the Liturgy?” New Blackfriars 47, no. 553 (1966): 484-496.
  • “The Pentecostal Spirit.” The Way 6, no. 3 (1966): 184-193.
  • “The Place of the Priesthood.” New Blackfriars 47, no. 555 (1966): 564-571.
  • “The Eucharist: Sacrament of Christ’s Presence in the World.” New Blackfriars 48, no. 560 (1967): 172-185. [Republished in His Presence in the World, 138-167.]
  • “The Language of Christian Experience.” New Blackfriars 48, no. 566 (1967): 521-524.
  • “Priesterschap, kerkelijk ambt en intercommunie.” Tijdschrift voor Theologie 7, no. 2 (1967): 105-126.
  • “Servants of the Word.” The Way 7, no. 3 (1967): 190-198.
  • “The Liturgy: Language of Belief.” The Furrow 19, no. 5 (1968): 256-265.
  • “Some Reflections on Intercommunion Today.” One in Christ 4, no. 3 (1968): 261-265.
  • “Insight into Lonergan.” New Blackfriars 49, no. 574 (1968): 303-310.
  • “Second Thoughts on Walgrave’s ‘Newman’.” Downside Review 87, no. 289 (1969): 339-50.
  • “The God of Man’s Future.” Irish Theological Quarterly 36, no. 1 (1969): 3-20.
  • “The Downside Symposium.” The Furrow 20, no. 6 (1969): 309-313.
  • “The Notions of ‘Implicit’ and ‘Explicit’ Reason in Newman’s University Sermons: A Difficulty.” Heythrop Journal 11, no. 1 (1970): 48-54.
  • “De ontwikkeling van het geloofsdenken.” Tijdschrift voor Theologie 11, no. 1 (1971): 52-65.
  • “Development of Doctrine: Smokescreen or Explanation?” New Blackfriars 52, no. 610 (1971): 101-108.
  • “Can a Methodologist Keep the Faith?” Irish Theological Quarterly 38, no 2 (1971): 91-102. [Reprinted as “Can a Theologian Keep the Faith?” in Theology on Dover Beach, 45-59.]
  • “Faith and the Secular.” The Month 234, no. 1276 (1973): 403-408.
  • “Faith and History: Some Reflections on Newman’s ‘Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine.” Irish Theological Quarterly 38, no. 3 (1971): 224-241. [Republished as “Foi Et Histoire : Quelques Réflexions Sur l’Essai Sur Le Développement De La Doctrine Chrétienne De Newman.” Istina 18, no. 1 (1973): 6-24.]
  • “Ordaining Women.” Tablet, December 9, 1972, 1190-1191.
  • “The Church and Christ’s Freedom.” Concilium: Jesus Christ and Human Freedom No. 3 (1974): 98-109. [Republished in Theology on Dover Beach, 137-149.]
  • “Understanding the Stranger.” Irish Theological Quarterly 41, no. 2 (1974): 91-103. [Republished in Theology on Dover Beach, 60-76.]
  • “The Dream and the Fact: A Christmas Meditation.” Tablet, December 21/28, 1974, 1237-1238.
  • “The Legal Fiction of Infallibility.” Heythrop Journal 16, no. 1 (1975): 57-58.
  • “Two Stories of Man.” Tablet, March 29/April 5, 1975, 299.
  • “English Catholic Theology.” The Month 236, no. 1297 (1975): 286-289.
  • “In Defense of Lonergan’s Critics.” New Blackfriars 57, no. 670 (1976): 124-126.
  • “Was Newman a Theologian?” Heythrop Journal 17, no. 3 (1976): 322-325.
  • “The Remaking of Doctrine: Which Way Shall We Go?” Irish Theological Quarterly 43, no. 1, (1976): 37-43. [Republished in Theology on Dover Beach, 109-121.]
  • “Continuity and Discontinuity in the Christian Understanding of God.” Irish Theological Quarterly 44, no. 4, (1977): 291-302. [Republished in Theology on Dover Beach, 27-44.]
  • “Reflections ‘On Being a Christian’.” The Month 238, no. 1314, (1977): 88-92. [Republished in Theology on Dover Beach, 122-133.]
  • “The Theology of Karl Rahner.” Theology, 80, no. 673, (1977): 49-53.
  • “Is Christianity Credible?” Epworth Review 5 (1978): 76-81. [Republished as “Should Christianity Be Credible?” in Theology on Dover Beach, 77-85.]
  • “Eternal Life: Life ‘after’ Death?” Heythrop Journal 19, no. 3 (1978): 271-284. [Republished in Theology on Dover Beach, 164-182.]
  • “Realities of Christian Division.” The Month 239, no. 1330 (1978): 235-238, 242.
  • “Decomposition or Rebirth? Recent Directions in Roman Catholic Theology: 1. The French Connection.” The Month 240, no. 1342   (1979): 221-224.
  • “2. Schillebeeckx’s Jesus.” The Month 240, no. 1343 (1979): 269-272.
  • “3. The Mystery of Rahner.” The Month 240, no. 1344 (1979): 310-312.
  • “4. Liberation from the Citadel?” The Month 240, no. 1345 (1979): 341-344.
  • “The Modernist Minefield.” The Month 241, no. 1348 (1980): 16-19.
  • “Criticism or Construction? The Task of the Theologian.” New Blackfriars 63, no. 742 (1982): 148-59. [Reprinted in Theology on the Way to Emmaus, 3-17.]
  • “All Shall Be Well: Christian and Marxist Hope.” New Blackfriars 63, no. 748 (1982): 404-415. [Republished in Theology on the Way to Emmaus, 202-215.]
  • “Stephen Sykes on ARCIC: A Reply.” Modern Churchman 25, no. 2 (1982): 31-5.
  • “Performing the Scriptures.” The Furrow 33, no. 8 (1982): 467-474. [Republished in The New Testament as Personal Reading, edited by Ronan Drury. Springfield, IL: Templegate Publishers, 1983; and Theology on the Way to Emmaus, 37-46.]
  • “ ‘Son of God’: Reflections on a Metaphor.” Concilium: Jesus, Son of God? 153, no. 3 (1982): 11-16. [Republished in Theology on the Way to Emmaus, 158-166.]
  • “Theologies at the Service of a Common Tradition.” Concilium: Different Theologies, Common Responsibility: Babel or Pentecost? 171, no. 1 (1984): 74-84. [Republished in Theology on the Way to Emmaus, 18-33.]
  • “How Large is a ‘Language Game’.” Theology 87, no. 715 (1984): 19-28.
  • “Easter Meaning.” Heythrop Journal 25, no. 1 (1984): 3-18. [Republished in Readings in Modern Theology, edited by Robin Gill, 295-316. London: SPCK, 1995; and Theology on the Way to Emmaus, 167-185.]
  • “Doing Theology in English.” New Blackfriars 65, no. 771 (1984): 354-358.
  • “Argument, Essence and Identity.” New Blackfriars 65, no. 772 (1984): 413-419.
  • “Franciscan Revolution.” Tablet, March 30, 1985, 332.
  • “II: Catholic Theology and the Crisis of Classicism.” New Blackfriars 66, no. 780 (1985): 279-287.
  • “Foundations for a Social Theology.” The Furrow 36, no. 2 (1985): 120-121.
  • “Bethlehem and Gethsemane: A Sermon.” The Furrow 36, no. 4 (1985): 255-259. [Republished in Seeing in the Dark, 93-98.]
  • “Considering the Trinity.” Modern Theology 2, no. 3 (1986): 183-96.
  • “Ministry of the Word or Comedy and Philology.” New Blackfriars 68, no. 810 (1987): 472-483.
  • “A Leaky Sort of Thing? The Divisiveness of Michael Dummett.” New Blackfriars 68, no. 811 (1987): 552 – 557.
  • “Bishops and Other Teachers: Some Signs of the Times.” New Blackfriars 70, no. 832 (1989): 462-466.
  • “The Difficulty of Making Sense.” New Blackfriars 70, no. 824 (1989): 74-84.
  • “A Seat of Wisdom, a Light of the World: Considering the University.” Louvain Studies 15, no. 2-3 (1990): 188-202.
  • “Concerning the Catechism.” Tablet, March 24, 1990, 404-406.
  • “Friday, Saturday, Sunday.” New Blackfriars 71, no. 836 (1990): 109-119.
  • Theology on the Way to Stuttgart.” America, April 4, 1992, 266-268.
  • The Broken Mirror.” America, May 16, 1992, 432-434.
  • In Search of the Prodigal.” America, Jun 13, 1992, 506-508.
  • “Not Exactly Politics or Power.” Modern Theology 8, no. 4 (1992): 353-64.
  • “Watching our Language about God.” Priests and People 7, no. 10 (1993): 371-375.
  • Veritatis Splendor in Focus: 5: Teaching in Crisis.” Tablet, November 13, 1993, 1480-1482. [Republished in Considering Veritatis Splendor, edited by John Wilkens, 27-34. Cleveland: Pilgrim Press, 1994.]
  • “Crisis and Tradition in Veritatis Splendor.” Studies in Christian Ethics 7, no. 2, (1994): 22-28.
  • “Hoping Against Hope or Abraham’s Dilemma.” Modern Theology 10, no. 3 (1994): 233-46. [Republished in The Beginning and the End of ‘Religion’, 199-218.]
  • “Obituary: Donald MacKenzie MacKinnon the Stuff of Legend.” Guardian, March 5, 1994.
  • “On Not Inventing Doctrine.” Tablet, December 2, 1995, 1544.
  • “Reason, Fools and Rameau’s Nephew.” New Blackfriars 76, no. 896 (1995): 368-377. [Republished in Theology for Pilgrims, 123-136.]
  • “Religion and the Public Order Beyond Modernity.” Journal of Dharma 20, no. 4 (1995): 334-51.
  • “An Old Woman With a Book.” Priests and People 9, nos. 8-9 (1995): 310-314.
  • “If I Were Tony Blair.” Tablet, April 26, 1997, 530.
  • “The Church in the State we’re in.” Modern Theology 13, no. 1 (1997): 121-37. [Reprinted in Spirituality and Social Embodiment, edited by James Joseph Buckley and L. Gregory Jones, 121-137. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 1997.]
  • “On Defending the Faith.” Tablet, July 18, 1998, 937-938.
  • “Pius XII’s Radical Moves.” Tablet, October 2, 1999, 1316-1317.
  • “Where does Holy Teaching Leave Philosophy? Questions on Milbank’s Aquinas.” Modern Theology 15, no. 4 (1999): 433-44. [Reprinted in Theology for Pilgrims, 137-150.]
  • “Waiting for the Echo.” Tablet, March 4, 2000, 309-310.
  • “The Laboratory We Need.” Tablet, April 15, 2000, 514.
  • “Fear of the Dark.” Modern Theology 16, no. 2 (2000): 203-14. [Republished in Theology for Pilgrims, 179-193.]
  • “On Learning to Be Wise.” Priests and People 15, no. 10 (2001) 355-359.
  • “Renewed, Dissolved, Remembered: MacKinnon and Metaphysics.” New Blackfriars 82, no. 969, (2001): 486 – 498. [Reprinted in Theology for Pilgrims, 68-82.]
  • “Remembering our Future.” The Month 261, no. 1597 (2001): 4-14.
  • “We Need More Than Mitres.” Tablet, December 13, 2003, 32.
  • “The Pioneer-professor.” Tablet, October 23, 2004, 12-13.
  • “What Happened at Vatican II?” Pastoral Review 1, no. 6 (2005): 14-19. [Republished in Theology for Pilgrims, 240-248.]
  • Introduction to New Blackfriars 87, no. 1008 (2006): 107-109.
  • “Churches, Proper and Otherwise.” Tablet, July 21, 2007, 13-14.
  • “Traveller’s Fare.” New Blackfriars 88, no. 1014 (2007): 128-141. [Republished in Theology for Pilgrims, 194-208.]
  • “Where does The God Delusion Come from?” New Blackfriars 88, no. 1017 (2007): 507-521. [Republished in Theology for Pilgrims, 3-18.]
  • “Performing Scripture: Nicholas Lash on the Tasks of Theology.” Christian Century, December 11, 2007, 30-35.
  • “Wisdom, Understanding and the Catholic University.” Louvain Studies 33, no 3-4 (2008): 287-303.
  • “Forgiveness of Sin.” Pastoral Review 4, no. 3 (2008): 18-22.
  • “Called to His Supper.” Tablet, January 19, 2008, 12.
  • “Log in the Church’s Eye.” Tablet, November 15, 2008, 12.
  • “Could the Shutters Yet Come Down?” Tablet, January 24, 2009, 13.
  • Rehabilitation and Aftermath.” Guardian, January 30, 2009.
  • “Not from Nothing.” Tablet, July 11, 2009, 16.
  • “What Were They Thinking of?” Tablet, November 14, 2009, 4-5.
  • “Are We Born and Do We Die?” New Blackfriars 90, no 1028 (2009): 403-412.
  • Oracles, Dissent, and Conversation: Reflections on Catholic Teaching.” The Church in the 21st Century at Boston College, October 23, 2009.
  • Waiting for Dr. Newman.” America, February 1, 2010, 13-14.
  • Teaching or Commanding? When Bishops Instruct the Faithful.” America, December 13, 2010, 17-20.
  • “Reflections on Where we have Come from.” Modern Theology 26, no. 1 (2010): 45-52.
  • “Newman and Vatican II.” New Blackfriars 92, no. 1038 (2011): 243-246.
  • All Good Reasoning Proceeds from Prior Commitments and Beliefs.” Guardian, July 1, 2011.

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