|Title:||New patterns of formation in the roman catholic church and the role of catholic charismatic renewal|
|Description:||This article examines how currents of renewal, particularly the charismatic movement, have been leading to new patterns of Christian formation within the Roman Catholic Church.|
I will look first at the overall context; secondly, at the first stage of reform and renewal in Catholic formation (1965-85) and then at the more recent period (1985 to the present).
Finally, I offer some reflections on differences between Evangelical and Roman Catholic patterns of formation.
|Author(s):||Father Peter Hocken|
|Source:||Asia Pacific Theological Seminary (APTS)|
|Link to source:||http://www.apts.edu|
|Link to article:||http://www.apts.edu/aeimages/file/ajps_pdf/06_-_1_peter_hocken_1.pdf|