Henri de Lubac and the Christian Mystery of Nature and Grace

Our next monthly meeting will be held on Friday, December 9th from 3:00pm to 4:30pm. We will be discussing “Henri de Lubac and the Christian Mystery of Nature and Grace” by Nicholas J. Healy Jr. from Christ the Redeemer (Volume 49.1).

Here is an excerpt from the Introduction to the issue:
In “Henri de Lubac and the Christian Mystery of Nature and Grace,” Nicholas J. Healy Jr. clarifies how de Lubac’s understanding of man’s original desire to see God upholds the integrity of human nature in its positive openness to the surpassing gift by which man is deified. Ultimately, Healy shows, this anthropological claim is rooted in fidelity to the very form of Christ’s saving revelation of the Father, in which Christ at once reveals man to himself. “The ground and pattern for the original integrity and ultimate destiny of human nature is the hypostatic union of God and man in Christ.”

We will meet in the Kateri Room located at St. Michael’s Church, 240 Hemlock Street, Waterloo, Ontario. Use the east side parking lot and enter by the rear doors. Walk up the stairs. The Kateri Room is on your right before enter the church proper.

Those joining on zoom will be able to hear everyone, and speak to everyone, but not necessarily see everyone.

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