Lonergan Gatherings

A series of essays addressed both to those who are gathering material from Lonergan or a teacher of Lonergan’s perspective and to others who are wondering what place Lonergan’s 1969 Gregorianum article “Functional Specialties in Theology” has in the gathering and the gatherings. One of the central questions of this series is: Do you view humanity as possibly maturing—in some serious way—or just messing along between good and evil, whatever you think they are? These essays are in continuity with the recently published book, The Allure of the Compelling Genius of History: Teaching Young Humans Humanity and Hope” (Vancouver: Axial Publishing, 2015).

Lonergan Gatherings 1: Gatherings

Lonergan Gatherings 2: A Global Contemplative Reach

Lonergan Gatherings 3: Strategies of Seeding Collaboration

Lonergan Gatherings 4: Creeping into Functional Collaboration

Lonergan Gatherings 5: Being at OM in Transcendental Method

Lonergan Gatherings 6: The Unashamed Shamefulness of Lonergan Leaders

Lonergan Gatherings 7: Words, Diagrams, Heuristics

Lonergan Gatherings 8: Just Watch Me? Just Watch Lonergan

Lonergan Gatherings 9: N.T. Wright on Resurrection: the Problem of Initial Meanings

Lonergan Gatherings 10: Some Notes on the Development of Method, Page 250

Lonergan Gatherings 11: An Appeal to Fred Lawrence and Other Elders

Lonergan Gatherings 12: Finality, Love, Courage

Lonergan Gatherings 13: The Treatise on the Mystical Body and the Unity of Theology

Lonergan Gatherings 14: Refining Our Quest for the Historical Jesus

Lonergan Gatherings 15: Reviewing Michael McCarthy’s Book and Reviewing Reviewing

Lonergan Gatherings 16: (Reviewing)3 ‘living human bodies linked in charity,’ in the Context of the 2015 Lonergan Philosophical Society Gathering, October 8-11, ACPA, in Boston

Lonergan Gatherings 17: Lonerganism, Impressionism, Christianity

Lonergan Gatherings 18: “Sun-clear Statement to the Public at Large” (Fichte, 1868)