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PUBLICATIONS

Fr. Thomas P. Rausch, Loyola Marymount University




 
 
 
 
 
 

 

BOOKS

  • Priesthood and Ministry: From Küng to the Ecumenical Debate (University Microfilms, 1983).
  • The Roots of the Catholic Tradition (Wilmington, DE: Michael Glazier, 1986).
  • Authority and Leadership in the Church: Past Directions and Future Possibilities (Wilmington, DE: Michael Glazier, 1989).
  • Radical Christian Communities (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1990).
  • Priesthood Today: An Appraisal (New York: Paulist Press, 1992).
  • The College Student's Introduction to Theology, ed., (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1993).
  • Catholicism at the Dawn of the Third Millennium (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1996).
  • Reconciling Faith and Reason: Apologist, Evangelists, and Theologians in a Divided Church (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2000).
  • Catholics and Evangelicals: Do They Share a Common Future? ed., (InterVarsity Press/Paulist Press, 2000).
  • Catholicism in the Third Millennium (Second Edition) (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2003).
  • Who Is Jesus? An Introduction to Christology (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2003).
  • Evangelizing America, ed.,  (New York: Paulist Press, 2004).
  • Towards a Truly Catholic Church: An Ecclesiology for the Third Millennium (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2005).
  • Being Catholic in a Culture of Choice (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2006).
  • An 8 Day Ignatian Retreat for Priests, Religious, Deacons, and Lay Ministers (New York: Paulist Press, 2008).
  • I Believe in God: A Reflection on the Apostles’ Creed (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2008).
  • Pope Benedict XVI: An Introduction to his Theological Vision (New York: Paulist Press, 2009).
  • Educating for Faith and Justice: Catholic Higher Education Today (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2010).
  • Eschatology, Liturgy, and Christology: Toward Recovering an Eschatological Imagination (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2012).

 

 

Some of these books have appeared in Croatian, Indonesian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and/or Vietnamese translations.

 


 
 
 

 


ARTICLES IN JOURNALS, MAGAZINES, DICTIONARIES,
& CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  • "The Piety of Jesus," Cross and Crown 23 (1971) 389-402.
  • "Discerning the Spirit," SCRC Newsletter 4 (April 1977) 5-6.
  • "Ordination and the Ministry Willed by Jesus," in Women Priests: A Catholic Commentary on the Vatican Declaration, ed. Leonard Swidler and Arlene Swidler (New York: Paulist Press, 1977) 123-31.
  • "Catholics, Lutherans and the Augsburg Confession," America 140 (Feb. 10, 1979) 86-89; 
  • "Lutherans and Catholics on Infallibility," America 141 (December 1, 1979) 335-39.
  • "Priesthood and Community: Reflections on the Vocation Crisis," The Priest 36 (September 1980) 34-37.
  • "The Spirituality of the Ausburg Confession," Spirituality Today 32 (1980) 292-304.
  • "Lutherans and Catholics After the Augsburg Anniversary," America 144 (May 2, 1981) 358-60.
  • "The Ausburg Confession Yesterday and Today," The Irish Theological Quarterly 48 (1981) 93-106.
  • "Women in the Church," The Priest 37 (November 1981) 33-35.
  • "The Creation: do science and the Bible conflict? Two paths to the truth," Long Beach Press Telegram (January 24, 1982). Distributed nationally by the Knight-Ridder Syndicate.
  • "The Image of Mary: A Catholic Response," America 146 (March 27, 1982) 231-34.
  • "Reappearance of Terror: The 'Confession' of Father Luis Eduardo Pellecer," Sojourners 11 (June 1982) 8-10.
  • "The Image of Mary -- II," Lutheran Forum 16 (Advent 1982) 21-24. 
  • "An Ecumenical Eucharist for a World Assembly," America 150 (January 21, 1984) 25- 29.
  • "Three Deaths in Bolivia," America 150 (March 31, 1984) 240-41.
  • "Rome and Geneva: The Experience of Ecumenism," America 152 (January 19, 1985) 41-45.
  • "Baptism, Eucharist, Ministry: Moving Towards Accord in Faith," The Clergy Review 71 (1986) 224-26.
  • "Reception Past and Present," Theological Studies 47 (1986) 497-508.
  • "Reception: A Matter of Perception," Ecumenical Trends 15 (1986) 190-92
  • "Ecumenism and the Bishop of Rome," The Clergy Review (1987) 17-19.
  • "BEM: Moving Towards Accord in Faith," The Priest 43 (March 1987) 20, 29-30.
  • "Who Speaks for the Church?" America 156 (April 25, 1987) 344-346.
  • "Ecumenism and the Bishop of Rome," The Priest 43 (May 1987) 40-42.
  • "Authority and Credibility," in Vatican Authority and American Catholic Dissent, ed. William W. May (New York: Crossroads, 1987) 115-126.
  • "Development of Doctrine," in The New Dictionary of Theology, ed. Joseph A. Komonchak, Mary Collins, and Dermot A. Lane (Wilmington, DE: Michael Glazier, 1987) 280-283.
  • "Reception," in The New Dictionary of Theology, ed. Joseph A. Komonchak, Mary Collins, and Dermot A. Lane (Wilmington, DE: Michael Glazier, 1987) 828-830.
  • "Talking Back to Rome? J.R. Dionne on Papal Magisterium and the Church," One in Christ 24 (1988) 180-189
  • "Unity and Diversity in New Testament Ecclesiology: Twenty-Five Years After Kasemann and Brown," Irish Theological Quarterly 54 (1988) 131-139.
  • "Ethical Issues and Ecumenism," America 160 (January 21, 1989) 30-33.
  • "Ecumenism and the Limits of Diversity: Recent Discussions," Ecumenical Trends 18 (February 1989) 17-19.
  • with Paul Misner, "Justification by Faith: An Introduction: The Lutheran/Roman Catholic Dialogue," in Justification by Faith: A NADEO Study (Rochester, NY: NADEO, 1989) 1-16.
  • "A Visit to L'Arche," Priests & People 3 (March 1989) 83-85.
  • "Priesthood and Ministry: Service and Leadership in Today's Church," The Priest 45 (September 1989) 37-40.
  • "The Synod of Bishops: Improving the Synod Process," The Jurist 49 (1989) 248-257.
  • "Priesthood Today: From Sacral to Ministerial Model," The Irish Theological Quarterly 55 (1990) 206-214.
  • "Forming Priests for Tomorrow's Church: The Coming Synod," America 162 (February 24, 1990) 168-172.
  • "Murder in El Salvador," Spirit 5 (Spring 1990) 5.
  • "Teach-in," National Jesuit News 19 (March 1990) 3.
  • "Is the Private Mass Traditional?" Worship 64 (1990) 237-242.
  • "The Ecumenical Movement in the 1990s: Is It Still Moving?" America163 (November 3, 1990) 318-322.
  • "What is Dominican Priesthood?" Spirituality Today 42 (1990) 323-339.
  • "The One Mediator, the Saints, and Mary: Some Reflections," Ecumenical Trends 19 (1990) 165-166.
  • "Perspectives on Koinonia: A Response," Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 12 (Fall 1990) 172-175.
  • "To Go Without Subterfuge or Excuse: The Jesuits," Vistas (Spring 1991) 2-7.
  • "Episcopacy in Ecumenical Dialogue," Ecumenical Trends 20 (July/August) 1991 105-107.
  • "Priesthood and Affectivity," Chicago Studies 30 (November 1991) 316-332.
  • "Church, Hierarchy, and Churches: Popular Catholic Misconceptions," America 167 (December 5, 1992) 445-449.
  • "Discipleship," in The New Dictionary of Catholic Spirituality, ed. Michael Downey (Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 1993) 281-284.
  • "Exorcism," in The New Dictionary of Catholic Spirituality, ed. Michael Downey, (Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 1993) 365.
  • "Kingdom of God," in The New Dictionary of Catholic Spirituality, ed. Michael Downey, (Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 1993) 584-586.
  • "The CDF Letter on Communion: Reflections and Reactions," Ecumenical Trends 22 (April 1993) 51-52.
  • "Present State of Anglican-Roman Catholic Relations: An Assessment," One in Christ 29 (1993) 118-125.
  • "Introduction," in Rausch, ed. The College Student's Introduction to Theology (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1993), pp. 7-10.
  • "Theology and Its Methods," in Rausch, ed. The College Student's Introduction to Theology (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1993), pp. 11-23.
  • "The Challenge of Being a Priest Today," Vocations and Prayer 4 (October/December 1993) 19-23.
  • "Responses to the US Lutheran-Roman Catholic Statement on Justification: Introduction to the Responses," One in Christ 29 (1993) 333-335.
  • "Thomas Merton: Twenty-Five Years After," America 170 (January 1-8, 1994) 275-288.
  • "The Promise of the New Ecumenical Directory," Mid-Stream 33 (1994) 275-288.
  • "Catholicism," in The Modern Catholic Encyclopedia, ed. Michael Glazier and Monika K. Hellwig (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1994) 143-148.
  • "The Unfinished Agenda of Vatican II," America 172 (June 17, 1995) 23-27.
  • "Kaplanstwo i uczuciowosc" (Priesthood and Affectivity), Zycie Duchowe 2/2 (1995) 25-46.
  • "Teaching Merton to Undergraduates," Horizons 22/2 (1995) 260-265
  • "Przedmow a Do Wydania Polskiego," (Introduction to Wspótczesne Kaptastwo), with Bohdan Oppenheim, 7-11.
  • "Catholic-Evangelical Relations: Signs of Progress," One in Christ 32/2 (1996) 40-52. 
  • "Christian/Jewish relations: the new Baptist conversion effort," The Tidings 101/25 (June 21, 1996) 12.
  • "Priest, Community, Eucharist," in Finding God in All Things: Essays in Honor of Michael J. Buckley,S.J., ed. Michael J. Himes and Stephen J. Pope (New York: Crossroad, 1996), 262-75.
  • "Closing the Door on the School of the Assassins," America 176 (January 4-11, 1997) 5-7.
  • "The Los Angeles Catholic/Evangelical Dialogue," Ecumenical Trends 26/6 (1997) 13-16.
  • "Infallible Teaching on Moral Issues? A Response," in Choosing Life: A Dialogue on Evangelium Vitae, Kevin Wm. Wildes and Alan C. Mitchell, eds. (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 1997), 90-97.
  • "The Ecclesiology of Communion," Chicago Studies 36 (1997) 282-298. 
  • "The Third Stage of the Ecumenical Movement: Is the Catholic Church Ready?" Ecumenical Trends 26/10 (1997) 1-7.
  • "Priesthood in the Church of Tomorrow," Origins 27/22 (November 13, 1997) 369-375.
  • "Reading the Catholic Press," The Tidings 102/47 (November 21, 1997) 14-15.
  • "Divisions, Dialogue, and the Catholicity of the Church," America 178 (January 31, 1998) 20-29.
  • "Archbishop Quinn’s Challenge: A Not Impossible Task," in The Exercise of the Primacy, ed. Phyllis Zagano and Terrance W. Tilley (New York: Crossroad, 1998) 71-88.
  • "To Defend the Faith," The Tidings 103 (July 10, 1998) 3, 26.
  • "Will the new Apostolic Letter curb church dissent?" The Tidings 103 (August 14, 1998) 13 (syndicated by Catholic News Service)
  • "Catholicism in Contemporary America," Culturefront 7/3 (Fall 1998) 4-7; 53-54.
  • "GC 34 and Theology: ‘Dialogue is a New Way of Being Church’," in Promised Renewed: Jesuit Higher Education for a New Millennium, ed. Martin R. Tripole (Chicago: Loyola Press, 1999), 296-308.
  • "The Church and the Council," Contemporary Catholic Theology: a Reader, ed. Michael A. Hayes and Liam Gearon (Herefordshire: Gracewing, 1998), 259-278.
  • "Sexual Morality and Social Justice," in Contemporary Catholic Theology: a Reader, ed. Michael A. Hayes and Liam Gearon (Herefordshire: Gracewing, 1998), 403-433.
  • "Forum: Priestly Identity: Representation and the Iconic Argument," Worship 73 (March 1999) 169- 179. 
  • "Forming Priests for Tomorrow’s Church: An Ecclesiological Approach," Seminary Journal 5/1 (1999) 26-36. 
  • with Bohdan Oppenheim, "The Polish Church Examines Its Conscience," America 181 (1999) 19-20.
  • "Language, Priestly Identity, and Ordination," Pastoral Music 23/6 (August-September 1999) 15-16.
  • "Apologetics or Evangelization," in Reasons for Faith: Apologetics for the 21st Century, (Camarillo, CA: St. John’s Seminary, 1998), 39-56.
  • “Ecclesiology: A Second Revolution: The Church and In Its Ordained Ministry,” in Source and Summit: Commemorating Josef A. Jungmann, S.J., ed. Joanne M.       Pierce and Michael Downey,  (Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 1999), 79-90.
  • Rachunek sumienia,” Kosciol Polski: Wobec Antysemityz  MU 1989-1999, ed. Bohdan W. Openheim (Krakow: Wydawnictwo Wam, 1999), 35-37.
  • "Uneasy Chair: Ex Corde Ecclesiae," Vistas 3/3 (2000) 18-21.
  • "The Future of the Catholic Church," Chicago Studies 39/2 (2000) 176-193.
  • "Hospitality, Christian," Encyclopedia of Monasticism, Vol I., ed William M. Johnston (Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000), 608-609.
  • "Priesthood in the Context of Apostolic Religious Life," in The Theology of Priesthood, ed. Donald J. Goergen and Ann Garrido (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2000), 105-117.
  • "Catholics and Evangelicals in Dialogue: A Catholic Perpspective," Ecumenical Trends 30/1 (2001) 7-12.
  • "Catholic/Evangelical Conversatons: Involving our Congregations," with Cecil M. Robeck, Jr., Ecumenical Trends 30/6 (2001) 10.
  • "Worship in the Catholic Tradition," Ecumenical Trends 30/6) 11-12.
  • "Prophetic or Cultic Priesthood: Which Form for Apostolic Religious Life?" Religious Life Review 20 (May/June 2001) 157-172 (Ireland).
  • "Immaculate Conception," Encyclopedia of Fundamentalism, ed. Brenda Brasher (New York: Routledge, 2001).
  • "'As I Have Done For You': Views from the Students," The Tidings (November 9, 2001) 12.
  • "Has the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Exceeded Its Authority?" Theological Studies 62/4 (2001) 802-810. 
  • “The Distinctive Spirituality of the Catholic Church,” Crossroads 35/4 (February/March 2002) 1; 10-11.
  • “Catholics and Evangelicals: Another Step Forward,” America 187/2 (July 15-22, 2002) 7-9
  • “Another Generation Gap,” America 187/11 (October 14, 2002) 12-15.
  • “A Theology of the Laity, and the Future of Ministry,” The Tidings 109/42 (Oct. 18, 2002) 14.
  • "Conscience and the military: Must one fight if called?” The Tidings 110 (February 21, 2003) 15. 
  • “The Lay Vocation and Voice of the Faithful,” America 189/9 (September 29, 2003) 8-11.
  • "Ministry and Ministries," in Ordering the Baptismal Priesthood: Theologies of Lay and Ordained Ministry,” ed. Susan K. Wood (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 2003) 52-67.
  • Christian Life Communities for Jesuit University Students?”  Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits 36/1 (Spring 2004).
  • "Evangelization and Liturgy," in Evangelizing America, ed. Thomas P. Rausch (New York: Paulist, 2004) 69-84.
  • “A Response to Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen on The Nature and Purpose of the Church,” Ecumenical Trends 33/7 (2004) 8-11. 
  • “Reform Structures, Focus on the Evidence,” Conversations in Jesuit Higher Education 26 (Fall 2004)34-35.
  • “Where Do We Go From Here?” America 191/11 (Oct. 18 2004) 12-15.
  • “Eucharistic Rituals,” Encyclopedia of Religious Rites, Rituals, and Festivals (New YorkRoutledge, 2004) 129-131.
  • “The Catholic/Pentecostal Born Again Experiences,” The Tidings 111/47 (November 19, 2004)10,21. 
  • “The Catholic Church and Other Churches,” Adventist Today 12/6 (2004) 12-13, 15.
  •  “Postmodern Jesus: The Vatican’s Quarrel with Roger Haight,” The Christian Century 122/9 (2005) 28-31.
  •  “Who Is Jesus? Deconstructing Da Vinci,”: Mission(Spring 2005) 22-23. 
  •  “Community,” “Discipleship,” “Priesthood and Spirituality,” in The New Westminster Dictionary of Christian Spirituality, ed. Philip  Sheldrake (LouisvilleKYWestminster John Knox Press, 2005) 202-04; 249-50; 510-12. 
  • “Lumen Gentium: The Church Global and Local,” The Tidings 112/50 (December 9, 2005) 18.
  • “The Azusa Street Revival and the Historic Churches,” The Azusa Street Revival and Its Legacy, ed. Harold D. Hunter and Cecil M. Robeck, Jr.  (Cleveland, TN: Pathway Press, 2006) 349-362.
  • “Ecumenism for America’s Hispanic Christians,” Origins 36/3 (June 1, 2006) 41-46.
  • “Andrew Greeley’s Religious Imagination: A Theological Perspective,” in Pierre Hegy (ed.) What Do We Imagine God to Be? The Function of “God Images” in Our Lives (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2007).
  • “To Embrace the Other; Ecumenism in Transition,” America 196/14 (2007) 10-14.
  • “The Limbo Controversy: Time for Reflection,” The Tidings (May 4, 2007) 10-11.“Pope Benedict’s Motu Proprio: Catholics and the Jews,” The Tidings (July 20) 2007 13.
  • “Pope Benedict’s Motu Proprio: Catholics and the Jews,” The Tidings (July 20) 2007 13.
  • “Pope Benedict’s Visit: A Retrospective,” The Catholic World 242/1447 (July/August 2008).
  • “Church Ecumenism,” Catholic Theological Society of America, Proceedings of the Sixty-Third Annual Convention 63 (2008) 148-49.
  • “Cardinal Dulles: Inspiration and Encouragement,” The Tidings (December 19, 2008) 7.
  • “New Ecclesial Movements: The Twelfth Cardinal Bernardin Conference,” Chicago Studies 47/3 (2008) 358-65.
  • “The Papacy in Tomorrow’s Church,” Ecumenical Trends 38/1 (2009) 12-14.
  • “Thomas Merton and the Opening to the East,” East Asian Pastoral Review 45/3 (2008) 226-38.
  • “Church/Ecumenism,” Proceedings of the Sixty-fourth Convention, Catholic Theological Society of America, 64 (2009) 115-16.
  • “Mandate of Heaven: Religious Studies Return to China,” America 201/12 (November 2009) 17-19.
  • “Thomas Merton: Monk and Prophet for the World,” Reclaiming Catholicism: Treasures Old and New (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis: 2010) 99-103.
  • “Introduction,” Joseph Ratzinger, Theological Highlights of Vatican II [rev. ed.] (New York: Paulist, 2010) 1-16.

·         “Pope Benedict XVI and the Church,” Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, 16 September 2010.

  • “The Communion of the Church,” in Catholics on Call: Discerning a Life of Service in the Church, ed. Robin Ryan (Liturgical Press, 2010) 82-97.

·         “Catholics and Pentecostals: Troubled History, New Initiatives,” Theological Studies 71 (2010) 926-50.

  • “Catholic-Evangelical Relations,” Fuller: Theology, News @ Notes (Fall 2010) 26-28.

·         “The Cardinal’s Pastoral Vision: Collaboration and Outreach,” The Tidings (February 25, 2011) 52.

  • Catholics and Pentecostals: Troubled History, New Initiatives,” Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of Jesuit Ecumenists, Malta, 13-19 July, 2009 43-75.

·         Cattolici e Pentecostali: Riflessioni su una storia travagliata,” La Civilità Cattolica 163 (7 January 2012) 24-35.

·         “Catholic Anthropology,” in Teaching the Tradition: Catholic Themes in Academic Disciplines, eds. John J. Piderit and Melanie M. Morey (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012) 31-45.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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