Wydział Teologiczny Uniwersytetu Śląskiego

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Louvain Studies
  • Editorial poj©peeters-leuven.be


  • A Life Observed poj©peeters-leuven.be

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  • Political Theology and Discernment poj©peeters-leuven.be

    Universities present themselves as spaces of both professionalization and critical reflection. The institutionalized objective of critical reflection is always a product of struggle; yet, in advanced capitalist societies where the activity of critical reflection in the university has been hitched to the productive process, the reality of this struggle is often obfuscated. How can we clarify this struggle and how can theological reflection intervene in this struggle? Coupling political theology and discernment can be part of the political and intellectual praxis of defecting from the productive process such that critical and creative activity can cultivate and respond to structures of meaning and value outside the market. To explain a tactic of critiquing capitalist structures of meaning, value, and legitimacy (i.e., political theology) and unearthing another possible structure of meaning (i.e., discernment), this article first addresses the possibilities of critical and creative activity within the neoliberal university. Second, it asks how political theology and discernment can respond to the abstraction of critical and creative activity. Third, it proposes how political theology and discernment can be part of a struggle for the relative autonomy of critical reflection from the productive process.

  • The 'Zwarte Piet' Debate in Belgium and the Netherlands poj©peeters-leuven.be

  • Believing in Persons poj©peeters-leuven.be

  • Homosexuality, Crisis, and Communal Discernment poj©peeters-leuven.be

    In this contribution we zoom in on the crisis around homosexuality within the church, triggered by the February 2021 <i>responsum</i> of the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith. This <i>responsum</i> exposed the tension between the church and cultures, between the leadership of the church and the faithful, and between different ideologies within the church. At the same time, the <i>responsum</i> painfully expressed the negation of the synodal spirit present in <i>Amoris Laetitia</i>, which came out of the Synod on the Family in 2015. The crisis brought about by the <i>responsum</i> calls for further communal discernment, following the discernment processes during the Synod on the Family in 2015, and for processes of reconciliation. As the church struggles to recalibrate its teaching on sexuality, it excludes groups of people, hurting those who are involved with them, and burdening every form of pastoral care. Can a process of communal discernment and a synodal church bring change?

  • The Awakening of Chile poj©peeters-leuven.be

    The crisis of abuses and cover-ups in an ecclesial context has undermined a certain form of institutionality. At the social level, a parallel development that was going on for several years led to what has been called the 'Awakening of Chile', with massive social mobilizations as of October 18, 2019. In this paper we discuss the current state of Chile and the Chilean church, the notion of 'common demand' as it was present in social and ecclesial discourse, and the possibilities that this notion offers for societal organization and <i>a fortiori</i>, for pastoral dynamics and ecclesial structures.

  • Epilogue poj©peeters-leuven.be

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