Mary's Pope: John Paul II, Mary, and the Church since Vatican II

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Index
Abraham, 121-123
Acting Person, The (John Paul II), 79
Ad Gentes (Vatican II), 23
Advent St., 6
Aletti, Jean-Nöel, 18
Alfonsus Liguori, St., 179
Alfrink, Bernard, Cardinal, 179
Alighieri, Dante, 66
Alma Redemptoris Mater (Advent canticle), 6
Amato, Angelo, 107, 142
Ambrose, St., 77
Andrew of Crete, St., 65, 179
Anne, 52
Annunciation, 38-39, 49, 64, 86, 113, 143, 171
Aquinas, Thomas, St., 24, 59, 74-75, 80, 87, 115, 117, 152, 160, 170
Assumption of Mary, 183
Augustine, St., 39, 59, 70, 115, 120
Barbaglio, G., 52
Basil of Seleucia, 179
Basil the Great, St., 126-127
Bea, Augustin, Cardinal, 179
Bede, the Venerable, 97
Benedict XV, Pope, 179
Bernard of Clairvaux, St., 11, 66, 112, 166, 179-180
Bérulle, Pierre, Cardinal, 111
Betti, U., 107
Biel, Gabriel, 24
Billet, B., 76
Bouyer, Louis, 66
Brown, Raymond, 52
Buby, Bertrand, S. M., xiv, 116
Calkins, Arthur Burton, 143
Campi, E., 52
Catechesi Tradendae (John Paul II), 39
Cervera, J. Castellano, 143
Chalcedon, Council of, 34
Christifideles Laici (John Paul II), 18
Christology, 165-166, 168
Collins, Frederick J., vii
Congar, Yves, Cardinal, 180
creation, 170
Crossing the Threshold of Hope (John Paul II), 14
Cyril of Alexandria, St., 24
Damascene, John, St., 11, 20, 31, 75, 179-180
de Fiores, Stefano, 5, 34, 75
Dei Filius (Vatican I), 132
Dei Verbum (Vatican II), 95, 116
de la Potterie, Ignace, 5, 47, 50, 52, 54, 66
De Montfort, Louis Marie Grignion, 3, 7, 68, 111, 179
Dives in Misericordia (John Paul II), 15, 40, 44, 83, 145
Dominum et Vivificantem (John Paul II), 15, 23, 48, 115, 145, 153, 161
Dulles, Avery, 5, 7, 14, 180-181
Elizabeth, 29, 91, 94, 134
Ephesus, Council of, 22, 34
Epiphanius, St., 29
eschatology, 10, 190 (footnote 49)
Evangelium Vitae (John Paul II), 30, 78, 101, 154, 161

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