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Jubilee: A Magazine of the Church and Her People: Toward a Vatican II Ecclesiology

Jubilee: A Magazine of the Church and Her People: Toward a Vatican II Ecclesiology Mary Anne Rivera Jubilee: A Magazine of the Church and Her People Toward a Vatican II Ecclesiology Introduction This article explores the theology of the Church in the modern world from 1953 to 1967 as reported in Jubilee: A Magazine of the Church and Her People, which claimed to be the "first national picture magazine for a Catholic audience."1 It will examine the Catholic monthly as a vehicle for communicating Christian culture and will describe and evaluate the ways in which Jubilee drew on preexisting themes to prepare the Church and the world for its reception of Vatican II. This data will be used to interpret what the Church came to understand about its nature, identity, mission, and structure. Second, this study will show what aspects of Jubilee's ecclesiology lived on to be embodied in the constitutions of the Second Vatican Council: Sacrosanctum Concilium, Lumen Gentium, and Gaudium et Spes. Through the eye of the camera and with the skill of writers and editors, Jubilee offered a new vision of the Church "in all her beauty: her intellectual eminence, her hard work, her charity, her spirit of true peace."2 As the first national pictorial monthly for a Catholic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture Logos: Journal of Catholic Thought & Culture

Jubilee: A Magazine of the Church and Her People: Toward a Vatican II Ecclesiology

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Logos: Journal of Catholic Thought & Culture
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Copyright © 2007 The University of St. Thomas. All rights reserved.
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Mary Anne Rivera Jubilee: A Magazine of the Church and Her People Toward a Vatican II Ecclesiology Introduction This article explores the theology of the Church in the modern world from 1953 to 1967 as reported in Jubilee: A Magazine of the Church and Her People, which claimed to be the "first national picture magazine for a Catholic audience."1 It will examine the Catholic monthly as a vehicle for communicating Christian culture and will describe and evaluate the ways in which Jubilee drew on preexisting themes to prepare the Church and the world for its reception of Vatican II. This data will be used to interpret what the Church came to understand about its nature, identity, mission, and structure. Second, this study will show what aspects of Jubilee's ecclesiology lived on to be embodied in the constitutions of the Second Vatican Council: Sacrosanctum Concilium, Lumen Gentium, and Gaudium et Spes. Through the eye of the camera and with the skill of writers and editors, Jubilee offered a new vision of the Church "in all her beauty: her intellectual eminence, her hard work, her charity, her spirit of true peace."2 As the first national pictorial monthly for a Catholic

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Published: Oct 24, 2007

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