Studia Theologica, 2016 (roč. 18), číslo 4

Kolik zlomků Klementova spisu Hypotyposes skutečně máme?

How Many Fragments of the Hypotyposes by Clement of Alexandria Do We Have?

Jana Plátová

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):1-17 | 10.5507/sth.2016.035

According to the testimony of Eusebius, Clement of Alexandria wrote, in addition to the Stromata, a collection of texts equal in size. These are the eight‑volume Hypotyposes, commenting on selected scriptural passages from both the Old and New Testaments. While the Stromata (with the exception of the eighth book) was preserved in its entirety, only fragments were preserved from the Hypotyposes. The aim of the present paper is threefold: (1) to summarise how many fragments of Clement's lost writing Hypotyposes we have, paying close attention to those fragments which are not part of Stählin's edition - namely,...

Příspěvek rituálních studií k uchopení liturgického úkonu jako rituálního aktu

The Contribution of Ritual Studies to an Understanding of Liturgical Action as a Ritual Act

Michaela Vlčková

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):19-32 | 10.5507/sth.2016.036

Embodiment has become the central topic of ritual studies. Over recent decades a great deal has changed in the comprehension of ritual, its nature and the main characteristics. This knowledge can become of benefit for liturgy research. Interpreting of ritual is based on an understanding of physical acts, gestures and attitudes. We also find both dimensions expressed in liturgy by the term attitudes - physical and mental, as well as the occurrences of a deep embodiment of attitudes in liturgy. Most signification in liturgy takes place in something other than a verbal way. Nonverbal communication is not often dealt with, however, reflected in the liturgy...

Fyzikoteologie raného novověku a kartograf Gerhard Mercator coby teolog

The Physico‑Theology of the Early Modern Age and the Cartographer Gerardus Mercator as Theologian

Lucie Kolářová

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):33-46 | 10.5507/sth.2016.037

The article deals with the issue of the so‑called physico‑theology of the Early Mo- dern age and its relationship to contemporary natural science. It serves as a background for one of the representatives of Christian natural science, Gerardus Mercator (1512-1594). An outline of the concepts, characteristics and period of physico‑theological thought is followed by an analysis of Mercator's main work, Atlas, sive cosmographicae meditationes, against marked features of the physico‑theological method. Although known to the world as a geographer and cartographer whose inductive methodical approach ranks him among protagonists...

Konstantin Hasert (1851-1923), průkopník katolické recepce evolučního vzniku lidského těla

Konstantin Hasert (1851-1923), a Pioneering Figure in the Catholic Adoption of the Evolutionary Origin of the Human Body

Ctirad Václav Pospíšil

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):47-61 | 10.5507/sth.2016.038

This paper is part of an academic project focused on Catholic theologians and scholars who either adopted the origin of the human body according to Mivart's thesis in 1871-1910 or declined it. The author presents the forgotten Austrian apologist K. Hasert (1851-1923) and reconstructs elementary data about his biography on the basis of research into certain sources. The analysis of two monographs by the author demonstrates the openness to Mivart's thesis with, however, certain reservations. It is rare evidence of the fact that the Catholic world was not divided predominantly between extreme advocates and opponents of Mivart's thesis. It is probable...

John Augustine Zahm ve sporu o opičí původ člověka

John Augustine Zahm and the Simian Origin of Man

Dominik Opatrný

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):63-81 | 10.5507/sth.2016.039

In order to establish correct relationships between science and theology, a proper knowledge of the shared past is indispensable. The intention of this paper is to analyse the work of the American priest and professor of science John Augustine Zahm (1851-1921), specifically his views on the evolution of humankind in his 1896 book Evolution and Dogma. The interpretation rests upon diachronic research focused on the sources used and on the subsequent editing of the text. It comes to the conclusion that apart from external historical influences, there were three things in the text that advanced its prohibition: the term "Evolution" in the title,...

Právní omezení v udělování svátosti smíření v v CCEO a CIC

Legal Restrictions in the Administration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation in CCEO and CIC

Damián Němec

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):83-110 | 10.5507/sth.2016.040

The article deals with the historical development and current form of legal restrictions for confessors in the administration of the sacrament of penance in the Catholic Church, and specifically in relation to the indiction of the extraordinary jubilee of mercy (2015-2016) by Pope Francis. It summarizes the evolution of the canonical regulation in the Christian East and West, particularly with regard to (re)codification of canon law in the 20th century, and indicates the original version and Czech translation of fundamental texts which were only accessible with difficulties and little known. It emphasizes the clarification of the distinction reserved...

Outsourcing blíženecké lásky

The Outsourcing of Neighbourly Love

Michal Opatrný, Tereza Morongová

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):111-124 | 10.5507/sth.2016.041

This study is based upon the most recent Popes' emphasis on the diaconia of the Church. It distinguishes in this context between two basic questions: the Christianisation of the Church's charity organisations and the diaconia of the entire Church including its structures. Using the criterion that Christian help is to be directed especially to those who are lacking in any such help, the study assesses the current practice of the Catholic charity organisation Caritas Czech Republic. It points out that Caritas Czech Republic focuses on those target groups which are well secured within the system of social services, thereby missing the basic criterion...

Antropologický rozmer konceptu kultúry u Ladislava Hanusa

The Antropological Dimension of the Culture Concept in Ladislav Hanus

Vladimír Juhás, Gabriela Genčúrová

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):125-149 | 10.5507/sth.2016.042

This study introduces the concept of culture in the work of Ladislav Hanus (1907-1994) from the perspective of the Central European Christian thought of the 20th century. It systematically uncovers the anthropological view of Hanus in the context of Catholic theology, personalist philosophy, and religious philosophy of culture. It presents man as an integral spiritual‑physical being oriented toward the transcendent, which realizes itself in relation to the human and divine "You." Hanus' dynamic, anthropological understanding of culture and integral human person offers a personalistic model presented in theological‑philosophical categories....

Fenomén nových komunit v katolické církvi a příklady z Francie

The Phenomenon of New Communities in the Catholic Church with Examples from France

Petr Mucha

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):151-171 | 10.5507/sth.2016.043

This article explores the phenomenon of new communities within the Catholic Church. Particular attention is paid to communities that originated in France during the 20th century. The aim is to provide a basic reflection of this issue which has not yet been systematically studied. The article reflects the theological significance of the new communities, particularly in relation to the Second Vatican Council. It also addresses the termino- logy and temporal definition of the phenomenon. It consequently reflects on the context of the French church and society, as well as certain critical aspects of these new communities. The last section outlines a basic...

Poznámky k jurisdikčnímu a majetkovému sporu mezi Územním opatstvím sv. Martina na Panonské hoře a Trnavskou arcidiecézí

Notes on Jurisdictional and Property Conflict Between the Territorial Abbey of St. Martin on Pannonian Mountain and the Trnava Archdiocese

Marián Sekerák

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):173-191 | 10.5507/sth.2016.044

In the article I explain certain aspects of the longstanding jurisdictional and pro- perty conflict between the Territorial Abbey of St. Martin on Pannonian Mountain (Hungary) and the Trnava Archdiocese (Slovak Republic). Based on an analysis of existing historical documents it is justified that the withdrawal of consent to the pastoral action of the Hungarian Benedictine monastic House in Komárno by Archbishop Ján Orosch was fully in accordance with canon law. The main reason was that the House in Komárno was not an independent house sui juris, and proper religious life was not practised there. This fact was confirmed by a decree of the Congregation...

Review

Recenze 2016/4

Reviews 2016/4

Rastislav Nemec, František Kunetka, Jozef Kyselica, Šimon Marinčák, Pavol Dancák, Ctirad Václav Pospíšil, Terézia Rončáková

Studia Theologica 2016, 18(4):193-216

Miloš Lichner: Kontextuálny pohľad na sviatosť krstu v Sermones svätého Augustína
Walerian Bugel: Anafora jako teologický text: Vybrané otázky na příkladu pokoncilních eucharistických modliteb římské liturgie
Józef Kulisz, SJ – Andrej Filipek, SJ: Ježiš Kristus: Jeho existencia a zmysel: Theologia fundamentalis – christologia
Marek Heczei: Koncepcia spoločnej eschatológie u Wolfharta Pannenberga
Michal Valčo: Koncepcia subjektu a viery u S. Kierkegaarda a D. Bonhoeffera: etické implikácie
Jan Herůfek a kol.: Pojetí důstojnosti člověka od antiky po současnost
Marián Gavenda: Filmovať mystiku: Mediálne sprostredkovanie...

Volume Index

Rejstřík Studia theologica 18, č. 1–4 (2016)

Index of Studia theologica 18, 1–4 (2016)

editors

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