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Gregorianum 2018 Fasc. 2

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"Aroused and sustained by the Holy Spiriti"? A Plea for a Pneumotological Reconsideration of Sensus Fidei on the Basis of Lumen Gentium 12

Moons, Jos - PAG. 271-292

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The author wishes to contribute to the reflection on sensus fidei by highlighting an aspect of Lumen gentium’s teaching on this topic that is often dealt with superficially, or not at all, namely its pneumatology. Revisiting Lumen gentium, no. 12, he firstly demonstrates that the drafting process is not only marked by ecclesiological renewal, but also by pneumatological renewal. For at the same time as the role of the magisterium was reconceived in more inclusive terms, the Spirit’s role was substantially enlarged. Secondly, the author claims that grammar matters. If pneumatology is to have a more prominent, foundational role in the theological reflection on sensus fideia more appropriate grammar is needed. Noting that LG 12’s teaching on charisms is remarkably bold in articulating the Spirit as subject of the ecclesial reality, he proposes this teaching’s grammar as a model.

Keywords: ecclesiology, Holy Spirit, Lumen Gentium, pneumatological renewal, pneumatology, sensus fidei, sensus fidelium, Vatican II

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"Aroused and sustained by the Holy Spiriti"? A Plea for a Pneumotological Reconsideration of Sensus Fidei on the Basis of Lumen Gentium 12

Moons, Jos - PAG. 271-292

Abstract

The author wishes to contribute to the reflection on sensus fidei by highlighting an aspect of Lumen gentium’s teaching on this topic that is often dealt with superficially, or not at all, namely its pneumatology. Revisiting Lumen gentium, no. 12, he firstly demonstrates that the drafting process is not only marked by ecclesiological renewal, but also by pneumatological renewal. For at the same time as the role of the magisterium was reconceived in more inclusive terms, the Spirit’s role was substantially enlarged. Secondly, the author claims that grammar matters. If pneumatology is to have a more prominent, foundational role in the theological reflection on sensus fidei, a more appropriate grammar is needed. Noting that LG 12’s teaching on charisms is remarkably bold in articulating the Spirit as subject of the ecclesial reality, he proposes this teaching’s grammar as a model.

Keywords: ecclesiology, Holy Spirit, Lumen Gentium, pneumatological renewal, pneumatology, sensus fideisensus fidelium, Vatican II

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L’ autore invita ad una riflessione sul sensus fidei evidenziandone un aspetto dell’insegnamento della Lumen gentium, quello della sua pneumatologia, che spesso viene tralasciato o trattato superficialmente. Rivedendo Lumen gentium, no. 12, l’autore dimostra prima che il processo di elaborazione non è solo caratterizzato da un rinnovamento ecclesiologico, ma anche da un rinnovamento pneumatologico. Allo stesso tempo, tanto più il ruolo del magistero vienne riconcepito in termini più inclusivi, tanto più il ruolo dello Spirito aumenta. In secondo luogo, l’autore sostiene che la grammatica ha la sua importanza. Un ruolo più prominente e fondante della pneumatologia per la riflessione teologica, necessita un uso appropriato della grammatica. Notando quanto sia audace l'insegnamento LG12 sui carismi nell’indicare lo Spirito come soggetto della realtà ecclesiale, l’autore propone questa grammatica come modello.

Parole chiave: ecclesiologia, Lumen Gentium, pneumatologia, rinnovamento pneumatologico, Santo Spirito, sensus fidei, sensus fidelium, Vaticano II

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