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Bernd Schmies (Münster: 2011). 40 marianne schlosser minister general and served as a defense against demands from the continually increasing number of women’s communities. Besides, in its earlier phase, the order had not yet been sufficiently stabilized and there were not enough priests among the brethren for pastoral work. When in Italy, France, Spain and Germany, numerous convents had been organized after the example of San Damiano, these problems became obvious. The somewhat ambivalent attitude of the founder now allowed different interpretations.
Prol. 1; 3, n. 1). This transformation will be complete only after the human person has 76 See the excellent article by J. Chatillon, “Dulcedo. Dulcedo Dei,” Dictionnaire de spiritualité ascétique et mystique, vol. 3, 1777–1795. 77 See also Itin. 4. bonaventure: life and works 37 reached his heavenly home: in the everlasting possession of God (tentio, pax), the beatific vision (visio), and perfect love (dilectio, fruitio). In faith, hope, and charity this deiformitas is already basically present during this earthly life, because by these divine virtues the human person shares in God’s fidelity, truth, and goodness.
They are sketches that were perhaps meant to be used for working out sermons. 43 Breviloquium This can be called Bonaventure’s masterpiece from his years as a magister. It constitutes a small “summa” of theology which was to be widely used by later authors who quoted extensively from it. As the title says, it is a “short speech,” a course in fundamental theological knowledge. ” In his prologue, Bonaventure first discusses fundamental theological questions: the relationship between the scriptures and divine revelation that is centered on the Word incarnate; scripture as God’s word about God himself, as the foundation of human words about God (theo-logia).