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Collection Sources chrétiennes
264 pages - août 2011
Since 1942, the “Sources chrétiennes” series has been providing the public with the great texts of the Fathers of the Church - Greek, Latin or Oriental - in an accessible formula. Yet no one had really investigated the rich and informative history of that vast enterprise. Étienne Fouilloux’s book focuses primarily on the history of the Dominican Editions du Cerf, who have been publishing the series since its beginnings. It also explores the history of contemporary Catholic thinking, in as much as “Sources chrétiennes”, born in the Jesuit milieu of Fourvière, was and remains an important element of the “return to the biblical, liturgical and Patristic sources of Christianity” that nourished Vatican II. Daniélou and de Lubac, the names of the first two directors, symbolize the movement in themselves. The first edition of this book, published on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of “Sources chrétiennes” in 1995, stopped at the beginning of the 1960s; this new edition carries on until 2006.
- Dimensions : 125x195x17
- ISBN : 9782204096546
- Poids : 290 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Jean Pouilloux