Suffering and the Search for Wholeness: Beauty and the Cross in Hans Urs Von Balthasar and Contemporary Feminist Theologies

  • Loyola eCommons, Elisabeth T. Vasko, ELISABETH T. VASKO
  • Published 2013


ion because life, in its fullness and in its pain, is both physical and spiritual. As Emilie Townes argues, conversations about human flourishing and human suffering must be rooted in “concrete existence (lived life).” In other words, theology must be developed in conversation with the concrete context and knowledge of particular communities. As Townes… (More)