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81. Augustinus: Volume > 62 > Issue: 246/247
Enrique Eguiarte Preámbulo
82. Augustinus: Volume > 62 > Issue: 246/247
Vittorino Grossi Presentación
83. Augustinus: Volume > 62 > Issue: 246/247
Vittorino Grossi Introducción: San Agustín Padre de la Iglesia
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The article presents the criteria according to which one person can be considered «Father of the Church» and who are the Fathers of the Church. It also presents the main characteristics of the Fathers of the Church and the reasons to consider St. Augustine a Father of the Church. Within this argument, his loyalty to the Church is stressed, and also his ability to transmit and to make an interpretation of the Gospel, according to the tradition of the Catholic Church.
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Vittorino Grossi Ascética y Antropología en la sequela Christi
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The article presents Augustine’s concept of the «sequela Christi», analyzing the ascetic elements of it, as they are presented in Augustine’s Works. Chapters 3 to 5 of the Rule are discussed to underline the anthropological and ascetical elements. The article also presents the development of the ascetic and anthropological ideas in Augustine, distinguishing three periods: 386-396, where man is considered as soul; 396-426, where man is presented as body and soul; 426-430, period in which the Augustine’s ideas are marked by the controversy with Julian of Eclana.
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Vittorino Grossi El hombre espiritual en el libro XII de las Confesiones
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The article points out the main ideas of the Confessions. The unity of the last four books (10-13) is stressed, highlighting the argument of the «homo spiritalis» as proposed by Augustine in Confessions’ Book XIII, as an invitation to conversion. Augustine’s Anthropology in the Confessions is discussed, presenting also the human being as memory in Book X of the Confessions. The article also presents an attempt to explain the disputed unity of the Confessions.
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Vittorino Grossi La «sequela Christi» en san Agustín
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The article deals with the topic of the «sequela Christi» taking as point of departure the difference that Augustine makes between disciples and apostles, discussing afterwards the topic of the example of Christ, presenting the different theological ideas in Augustine’s time developed to explain Christ’s example, namely pelagian ideas and those coming from monastic circles in Northern Africa (Hadrumentum) and the Gallia (Provence Monks). The article presents as a unifying Motif of Augustine’s ideas about the «homo spiritalis», his commentaries on Phil 1:29, underlining the aspects of gift and grace that Augustine stresses in his polemic with Pelagians, and also the role that the example of martyrs played in this discussion.
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Vittorino Grossi La «sequela Christi». El discípulo del Señor: Algunas anotaciones patrísticas de S. Agustín
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The article develops the idea of the first followers of Christ as apostolic authority, taking as point of departures some testimonies taken from Augustine’s sermons and from his homilies of the Commentary on the Gospel according to Saint John. The distinction and interaction between the concept of the «twelve» (Apostles) and that of the «disciples» is also developed, as well as the peculiarity of the Disciple in the Christian sphere, all illuminated by Saint Augustine’s Ideas.
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Vittorino Grossi Divinización y/o filiación adoptiva en la teología espiritual de San Agustín
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The article addresses the topic of the divinization of the human being in St. Augustine, presenting first of all, a summary of the reception of Augustinian thought in the Eastern world, highlighting the reductionist prejudice in this approach. Afterwards, a brief exposition of the role that grace plays in the thought of Saint Augustine is made, underlining the different nuances that this thought has in Augustine’s different stages. It also discusses the relationship between grace and divinization according to Augustinian thought, to also stress the importance of the idea of the Incarnation for St. Augustine as a hermeneutic criterion to understand divinization as a filiation, a filial quality that is diverse, for the Son of God and for the believer. The article finally presents grace as a divinizing justification, as a fullness of divine filiation according to Augustinian thought.
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Vittorino Grossi La espiritualidad de la gracia. Agustín, De gratia et libero arbitrio (año 426)
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The article makes a synthetic presentation of the various stages of Augustinian thought about Grace, to later focus on the gr. et lib. arb., making a presentation of the Work and its contents. A discussion of the relationship that exists in gr. et lib. arb. between grace and continence is made. Later the most significant biblical texts used in the gr. et lib. arb. are explained (Jn 6:66; Zech 1: 3; 2 Par 15: 2; Ps 79: 8; Ps 84: 7; 1 Cor 15: 10; 2 Tim 1: 8- 9). Following the text of Cant 8, 5 according to the Augustinian interpretation, the relationship between grace and free will is discussed.
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Vittorino Grossi La Espiritualidad eclesial en una Iglesia en camino: Los modelos agustinianos
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The present article describes four ecclesiological models elaborated by Augustine of Hippo after his conversion to Christianity within the Catholic Church (Church / auctoritas, Church / communio, Church / Ciuitas Dei, Church / Cross). A brief summary of the ecclesiology of Vatican II is given and indications are given of the Augustinian elements still susceptible of development in the contemporary Church.
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Vittorino Grossi La Espiritualidad eclesial de la Eucaristía, Corpus Christi
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The article presents St. Augustine’s concept of the Eucharist, relating it to the ecclesiological dimension that the concept of corpus Christi can have, showing its link with the paupers, since the Incarnate Word became pauper when assuming the human condition. Reference is also made to the charitable work of Giacomo Cusmano (1804-1885), as well as medieval controversies about the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist, and its evolution until the Second Vatican Council.
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Vittorino Grossi San Agustín y el ecumenismo
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The article offers some guidelines for the current ecumenism among the Christian Churches from the reflection of Saint Augustine and the Donatist polemic. A synthetic vision of the history of the Donatist movement is offered as well as a summary of Augustine’s Anti-Donatist Works (years 393-420). The use of civilian force in the fifth century, as well as the Augustinian reflection on the «compelle intrare», is presented afterwards. Finally, some conclusions inspired by Augustine’s though are offered as a Proposal for contemporary Ecumenism.
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Vittorino Grossi La Providencia de Dios en las calamidades humanas: Los sermones de Agustín sobre la caída de Roma del 410
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This article examines the attitude of the Christian pietas presented by Augustine in the sermons on the sacking of Rome by the Goths of Alaric on August 24, 410. Four Augustine’s sermons compare the reaction of the pagans with that of Christians (exc. urb.; s. 296; s. 105; s. 81). The article analyzes in detail the four sermons, its historiographical context and the proposal of a new History made by Augustine. On the other hand, the article presents the indications of the Bishop of Hippo on the Providence of God in human disgraces, having as a guideline the Augustinian symbol of the six days of the Creation, as well as the action of the Providence of God, particularly related to disasters, taking as a starting point, Augustine’s Work prou. diu., and also studying in a synthetic way, other texts of the Augustine’s works where this topic is discussed.
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Vittorino Grossi La Oratio dominica en los Comentarios africanos. Iniciación a la oración
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The article presents a summarized historical overview of the different commentaries of the Pater Noster in the authors of North Africa before St. Augustine, particularly Tertullian, to present later the role that Pater noster played in Christian initiation, highlighting the ideas of Justin and the Didache that can be seen also in Augustine. Later, it discusses the relationship between the prayer of Pater noster and the baptismal liturgy and catechesis, explaining the diverse requests of our Father according to Saint Augustine. The article ends with a discussion of the presence and importance of the Pater Noster in the Ordo Baptismi after Vatican II.
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Vittorino Grossi Oración de los salmos y afectividad
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The article deals with Augustine‘s thought about Music and the Psalms. The topic of the musical language and the affective theology is addressed, as well as the song as a perception of attractive love, according to Augustine. Later, taking as point of departure Augustine‘s Gnoseology, the interior images and the metaphors of the musical instruments used by St. Augustine are identified, particularly within the en. Ps. Finally, a brief reflection on the relationship between music and the words of the songs is offered, as well as some Augustinian Guidelines on the «musica sacra» for the Contemporary Pastoral Work.
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Vittorino Grossi Oración y predestinación: ¿Inutilidad de la oración?
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In the article, the difficulty of reading Agustín’s works, both in his life and after his death, is briefly presented, making brief a historical summary of the reception of Augustine’s Idea if Predestintion. Then the possibility of a new way of reading of the Works of Augustine concerning the topic of predestination is proposed, following the modern methodological acquisitions on the textual analysis. The relationship elaborated by the Bishop of Hippo between predestination and prayer, particularly as it appears in perseu. and praed. sanct. is discussed.
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Vittorino Grossi La oración cristiana como «eucaristía»: El vocabulario de la oración en los escritos de Agustín
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The article presents the Augustinian Vocabulary on prayer, as a personal prayer (Soliloquiorum and Confessionum), as a prayer of the Christian people (Enarrationes in Psalmos), as a prayer of the monks (Sancta Virginitate), as a need for grace (a topic which is present in the Works of the Pelagian Polemic). The article discusses the Augustine’s explanation of the Vocabulary on prayer in 1 Tim 2: 1-9 obsecrationes, orationes, postulationes, gratiarum actiones, as it is explained in Augustine’s ep. 149, giving the exegetical background of the texts, and the Augustinian interpretation. Finally it presents the prayer of gratiarum actio, as a clue to understand Christian prayer.
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Vittorino Grossi La oración de Jesús en Getsemaní
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The article deals with the prayer of Jesus in Gethsemane, as presented by St. Augustine in the Enarrationes in Psalmos and in the Sermones de sanctis. An exegetical introduction of the New Testament texts of the prayer of Jesus in Gethsemane is offered, as well as the pre-Augustinian patristic tradition, highlighting the various points that Augustine’s previous Fathers of the Church underlined in the Prayer of Jesus in Gethsemane. It later discusses Augustine’s Texts where He addresses this topic, highlighting particularly the ecclesiological interpretation of the Bishop of Hippo.
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