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VII. Bibliography


1. General:

Reference works include ROBERT C. BRODERICK (ed.), The Catholic Encyclopedia, rev. and updated ed. (1987); New Catholic Encyclopedia, 17 vol. (1967-79, reissued 1981), which treats all phases of Roman Catholicism and includes a volume on change in the church; Sacramentum Mundi: An Encyclopedia of Theology, ed. by KARL RAHNER et al., 6 vol. (1968-70), which deals with Catholic doctrine and theological thought; and F.L. CROSS and E.A. LIVINGSTONE (eds.), The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, 2nd ed. (1974, reprinted 1983), with informative articles on Roman Catholic subjects and helpful bibliographies. An excellent brief compendium of doctrine is A New Catechism: Catholic Faith for Adults (1967; originally published in Dutch, 1966). The contemporary Roman Catholic Church is surveyed by JOHN L. McKENZIE, The Roman Catholic Church (1969, reissued 1971). A balanced and comprehensive introduction is RICHARD P. McBRIEN, Catholicism, 2 vol. (1980), with additional bibliographies. See also BARRIE RUTH STRAUS, The Catholic Church (1987). JAROSLAV PELIKAN, The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Doctrine (1971- ), of which 4 vol. had appeared by 1987, opens with the apostolic Fathers and is to close with the second Vatican Council. ROSEMARY RUETHER and ELEANOR McLAUGHLIN (eds.), Women of Spirit: Female Leadership in the Jewish and Christian Traditions (1979), is a step toward redressing the imbalance in most scholarship. For developments in Roman Catholic theology after the second Vatican Council, see HANS KÜNG, On Being a Christian (1976, reissued 1984; originally published in German, 1974). On recent developments in Roman Catholic feminist theology, see MARY JO WEAVER, New Catholic Women: A Contemporary Challenge to Traditional Religious Authority (1985).

2. The papacy:

Of the general histories, JOHANNES HALLER, Das Papsttum: Idee und Wirklichkeit, rev. and enl. ed., 5 vol. (1950-53, reissued 1965), is a classic. A chronological listing of the popes and antipopes, with concise biographical information, is found in J.N.D. KELLY, The Oxford Dictionary of Popes (1986). Useful largely for reference is HORACE K. MANN, The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages, 18 vol. (1902-32), which covers the period to 1304; it is continued for the period to 1800 by LUDWIG PASTOR, The History of the Popes: From the Close of the Middle Ages, various editions, 40 vol. (1891-1953; originally published in German, various editions, 16 vol. in 21, 1866-1938). JOSEPH SCHMIDLIN, Papst-geschichte der neuesten Zeit, 4 vol. (1933-39), discusses history to 1939. The standard collection of documents is CARL MIRBT, Quellen zur Geschichte des Papsttums und des römischen Katholizismus, 6th ed. rev. by KURT ALAND (1967). An excellent brief introduction to papal history up to the Reformation, including a good bibliography, is GEOFFREY BARRACLOUGH, The Medieval Papacy (1968, reissued 1979). For the development of medieval papal claims, see W. ULLMANN, The Growth of Papal Government in the Middle Ages: A Study in the Ideological Relation of Clerical to Lay Power, 3rd ed. (1970). For the subsequent crisis of papal authority, see FRANCIS OAKLEY, Council over Pope? Towards a Provisional Ecclesiology (1969). EDWARD CUTHBERT BUTLER, The Vatican Council, 1869-70: Based on Bishop Ullathorne's Letters, new ed. edited by CHRISTOPHER BUTLER (1962), is a history of the first Vatican Council; see also JAMES J. HENNESEY, The First Council of the Vatican: The American Experience (1963). WALTER M. ABBOTT (ed.), The Documents of Vatican II (1966, reissued 1982), is an introduction to the achievement of the second council, including commentaries and responses by Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox scholars.

Works on the papacy from the theological perspective include PAUL C. EMPIE and T. AUSTIN MURPHY (eds.), Papal Primacy and the Universal Church (1974), an ecumenical dialogue; and RUDOLF SCHNACKENBURG, The Church in the New Testament (1965, reissued 1974; originally published in German, 1961), which presents the results of 20th-century Roman Catholic biblical scholarship. RAYMOND BROWN, KARL P. DONFRIED, and JOHN REUMANN (eds.), Peter in the New Testament: A Collaborative Assessment by Protestant and Roman Catholic Scholars (1973), considers the biblical problems in the Petrine question. KARL RAHNER and JOSEPH RATZINGER, The Episcopate and the Primacy (1962; originally published in German, 1961), is an analysis of the pope-bishop relationship; and HANS KÜNG, Infallible? An Inquiry (1971, reissued 1983; originally published in German, 1970), The Church (1967, reissued 1976; originally published in German, 1967), and Structures of the Church (1964, reissued 1982; originally published in German, 1962), are basic to an understanding of contemporary "liberal" Roman Catholic thinking on the papacy. For Eastern Orthodox views on the papal primacy, see FRANCIS DVORNIK, Byzantium and the Roman Primacy (1966, reprinted 1979; originally published in French, 1964); and J. MEYENDORFF et al., The Primacy of Peter, 2nd ed. (1973; originally published in French, 1960).

3. The Latin Church in the West (1000-1517):

The only large-scale work covering the entire period (except for the century 1274-1378) is AUGUSTIN FLICHE and VICTOR MARTIN (eds.), Histoire de l'église depuis les origines jusqu'à nos jours, vol. 8-10, 12-14 (1940-64). Another classic is ALBERT HAUCK, Kirchengeschichte Deutschlands, 9th ed., 5 vol. in 6 (1958), which covers most of continental Europe to 1437. A shorter history is DAVID KNOWLES and DIMITRI OBOLENSKY, The Middle Ages (1968, reissued 1983), with a bibliography. For a perceptive introduction, see R.W. SOUTHERN, Western Society and the Church in the Middle Ages (1970, reprinted 1985). See also R.W. CARLYLE and A.J. CARLYLE, A History of Mediaeval Political Theory in the West, 6 vol. (1928-36, reprinted 1970), especially vol. 3-5. ETIENNE GILSON, History of Christian Philosophy in the Middle Ages (1955, reprinted 1980), is a masterly summary with full bibliography; DAVID KNOWLES, The Monastic Order in England: A History of Its Development from the Times of St. Dunstan to the Fourth Lateran Council, 940-1216, 2nd ed. (1963, reprinted 1966), also covers part of Europe. Other recommended studies include HENRY CHARLES LEA, The Inquisition of the Middle Ages: Its Organization and Operation (1954, reissued 1969), 8 chapters from the author's original 1887 3-vol. work; GUILLAUME MOLLAT, The Popes at Avignon, 1305-1378 (1963, reprinted 1965; originally published in French, 9th ed. 1949); and SCHAFER WILLIAMS (ed.), The Gregorian Epoch: Reformation, Revolution, Reaction? (1964), a useful collection of studies by early and more recent authorities.

4. The late Middle Ages:

FRANCIS OAKLEY, The Western Church in the Later Middle Ages (1979, reissued 1985); and STEVEN OZMENT, The Age of Reform (1250-1550): An Intellectual and Religious History of Late Medieval and Reformation Europe (1980), both cover the period with sound judgment. See also W.A. PANTIN, The English Church in the Fourteenth Century (1955, reissued 1980); ROGER AUBENAS and ROBERT RICARD, L'Église et la Renaissance (1449-1517) (1951); E. DE MOREAU, PIERRE JOURDA, and PIERRE JANELLE, La Crise religieuse du XVIe siècle (1950, reprinted 1956); and L. CRISTIANI, L'Église à l'époque du concile de Trente (1948). GEORGES DE LAGARDE, La Naissance de l'esprit laïque, au déclin du Moyen Âge, 3rd ed., 5 vol. (1956-70), studies the lay movement in the Middle Ages. JOSEPH LORTZ, History of the Church, 2nd ed. (1939, reprinted 1948; originally published in German, 5th-6th ed., 1937), analyzes the history of the church from the point of view of the history of ideas. HEIKO AUGUSTINUS OBERMAN, The Harvest of Medieval Theology: Gabriel Biel and Late Medieval Nominalism, 3rd ed. (1983), looks at the theology of the late Middle Ages in its entirety, with special emphasis on Nominalism. See also BRIAN TIERNEY, Foundations of the Conciliar Theory: The Contributions of the Medieval Canonists from Gratian to the Great Schism (1955, reprinted 1968).

5. Reformation and Counter-Reformation:

CONRAD BERGENDOFF, The Church of the Lutheran Reformation: A Historical Survey of Lutheranism (1967), provides a study of Reformation history from its beginnings to the 20th century. COMMISSION INTERNATIONALE D'HISTOIRE ECCLÉSIASTIQUE COMPARÉE, Bibliographie de la Réforme, 1450-1648, vol. 1-7 (1958-70), is a reference work on the history of the Reformation. An important resource is The New Cambridge Modern History: vol. 1, G.R. POTTER (ed.), The Renaissance, 1493-1520 (1957); and vol. 2, G.R. ELTON (ed.), The Reformation, 1520-1559 (1958). A.G. DICKENS, Reformation and Society in Sixteenth-Century Europe (1966, reprinted 1979), is an account of the sociological relationships in the 16th century. HAROLD JOHN GRIMM, The Reformation Era, 1500-1650, 2nd ed. (1973), presents a study of the Reformation and the Counter-Reformation. Also useful is HUBERT JEDIN (ed.), Handbuch der Kirchengeschichte: vol. 3, pt. 1, Die mittelalterliche Kirche (1966); vol. 3, pt. 2, Vom kirchlichen Hochmittelalter bis zum Vorabend der Reformation (1968); and vol. 4, Reformation, katholische Reform und Gegenreformation (1967). See also G.R. ELTON, Reformation Europe, 1517-1559 (1963, reissued 1967); PHILIP HUGHES, The Reformation in England, 5th rev. ed., 3 vol. in 1 (1963); and JOSEPH LORTZ, How the Reformation Came (1964; originally published in German, 3rd ed., 1955), on the causes of the Reformation in England, and The Reformation in Germany, 2 vol. (1968; originally published in German, 2 vol., 1939-40), a standard work on the history of the Reformation. JAROSLAV PELIKAN, Obedient Rebels: Catholic Substance and Protestant Principle in Luther's Reformation (1964), is an investigation of Luther's thought. Other scholarly works include MAURICE POWICKE, The Reformation in England (1941, reissued 1973); GOLO MANN and AUGUST NITSCHKE (eds.), Propyläen Weltgeschichte: Eine Universalgeschichte, vol. 7, Von der Reformation zur Revolution (1964, reissued 1976); and HERBERT MAYNARD SMITH, Henry VIII and the Reformation (1948, reprinted 1964). GEORGES HUNTSTON WILLIAMS, The Radical Reformation (1962), is a synoptic presentation of the "left wing" of the Reformation. ERNST WALTER ZEEDEN, Die Entstehung der Konfessionen (1965), discusses the formation of various confessions of faith at the time of the development of different denominations, and Das Zeitalter der Gegenreformation (1967) covers the battle for the reorganization of the Roman Church.

6. Roman Catholicism outside Europe in modern times:

The standard work on church history is KARL BIHLMEYER, Church History, rev. by HERMANN TÜCHLE, 3 vol. (1958-66, reprinted 1966-68; originally published in German, 13th ed., 3 vol., 1952-56). The documents of Roman Catholicism are assembled in HENRICUS (HEINRICH) DENZINGER, Enchiridion Symbolorum: Definitionum et Declarationum de Rebus Fidei et Morum, 36th ed. (1976). ROLAND H. BAINTON, The Horizon History of Christianity (1964, reissued with the title Christianity, 1985), is a well-written, beautifully illustrated, comprehensive introduction to Western Christianity through the centuries and includes references to modern Catholicism worldwide. Much more extensive and valuable, especially because of the excellent bibliography, is KENNETH SCOTT LATOURETTE, Christianity in a Revolutionary Age: A History of Christianity in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, 5 vol. (1958-62, reissued 1973); vol. 1, 3, and 5 concentrate on Roman Catholic themes. AUGUST FRANZEN, A History of the Church, rev. and ed. by JOHN P. DOLAN (1969; originally published in German, 2nd ed., 1968), is a convenient brief introduction that includes some modern materials. E.E.Y. HALES, The Catholic Church in the Modern World: A Survey from the French Revolution to the Present, new rev. ed. (1960), concentrates on Europe and America. STEPHEN NEILL, Colonialism and Christian Missions (1966), and A History of Christian Missions, 2nd ed. rev. by OWEN CHADWICK (1986), provide brief and generally fair comments on Catholic ventures. A much more conservative Protestant bias is present in the standard work by ROBERT HALL GLOVER, The Progress of World-Wide Missions, rev. and enl. by J. HERBERT KANE (1960). ROBERT L. DELAVIGNETTE, Christianity and Colonialism (1964; originally published in French, 1960), is written by a Roman Catholic and concentrates on Catholic experience, but in too narrow a scope. Two works that make aspects of the American Catholic experience readily available to readers are JOHN TRACY ELLIS, American Catholicism, 2nd ed. rev. (1969); and the somewhat less adequate THEODORE MAYNARD, The Story of American Catholicism (1941, reprinted 1960). GUSTAVO GUTIÉRREZ, A Theology of Liberation: History, Politics, and Salvation (1973; originally published in Spanish, 1972), is a provocative introduction to Roman Catholicism in the Third World.







2차 바티칸공의회 문헌해설총서 1 : H. V. 스트라렌 외, 현석호 역, 성바오로출판사, 1987

2차 바티칸공의회 문헌 : 한국천주교중앙협의회 편, 한국천주교중앙협의회, 1986

Enchiridion SymbolorumDefinitionum et Declarationum de Rebus Fidei et Morum, 36th ed. : Henricus (Heinrich) Denzinger, 1976


세계교회사 Ⅰ(신학선서 11) : 김성태, 성바오로출판사, 1986

교회의 역사 : Karl Bihlmeyer, 대건신학대학교회사연구회, 1984

교회사(신학총서 22) : August Franzen, 최석우 역, 분도출판사, 1984

가톨릭사상사 : Joseph Huby, 강성위 역, 성바오로출판사, 1982

가톨릭교회사 상· : 요트 마르크스, 김바오로 편역, 경향잡지사, 1956, 1955

The Horizon History of Christianity : Roland H. Bainton, 1964(reissued with the title Christianity, 1985)

Christianity in a Revolutionary AgeA History of Christianity in the Nineteenth and Twentieth CenturiesA History of Christianity in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, 5 vol. : Kenneth Scott Latourette, 1958-62 (reissued 1973)


교회법(가톨릭신학총서11) : 이찬우, 가톨릭대학 출판부, 1991

Die Kirche : Hans Küng, 1967

The Papacy, the Episcopacy, and Collegiality : Wilhelm Bertrams, Patrick T. Brannan (trans.), 1964

A History of the Church, 3 vol., rev. ed. : Philip Hughes, 1947, 1949


가톨릭 교리서 : 한국천주교 주교회의 교리서 편찬특별위원회, 한국천주교중앙협의회, 1985

중세철학입문 : E. 질송, 강영계 역, 서광사, 1983

해방신학-역사와 정치와 구원 : G. 구티에레스, 성염 역, 분도출판사, 1977

가톨릭 신학 개설 : 박양운, 가톨릭출판사, 1964

가톨릭교리 :, 최명화 역, 경향잡지사, 1959

가톨리시즘 : 로겐 돌프, 윤형중 역, 경지사, 1958

Catholicism, 2 vol. : Richard P. McBrien, 1980

The Idea of Catholicism : Walter J. Burghardt·William F. Lynch (eds.), 1960

한국의 천주교

한국천주교전래의 기원, 1566-1984(서강학술총서 19) : 메디나, 박철 역, 서강대학교 출판부, 1987

103위 성인전 : 박노연, 크리스챤출판사, 1985

한국천주교 창설 200주년 기념 한국 교회사 논문집 : 박광용 외, 한국교회사 연구소, 1985

기해일기 : 가톨릭출판사 편집부 편, 가톨릭출판사, 1984

서울대교구교구총람 : 최석우 편, 가톨릭출판사, 1984

한국천주교회의 역사 : 최석우, 한국교회사연구소, 1982

한국천주교회사 상·· : 샤를 달레, 안응렬·최석우 공역, 분도출판사, 1979-80

한국천주교회사 : 유홍렬, 가톨릭출판사, 1962 


한국가톨릭대사전 : 한국교회사연구소 편, 한국교회사연구소, 1982

The Catholic Encyclopedia, rev. and updated ed. : Robert C. Broderick (ed.), 1987

New Catholic Encyclopedia, 17 vol. :, 1967-79 (reissued 1981)

The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, 2nd ed. : F. L. Cross·E. A. Livingstone (eds.), 1974 (reprinted 1983)

Sacramentum Mundi. An Encyclopedia of Theology, 6 vol. : Karl Rahner (et al. ed.), 1968-70





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