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Fall 2016


Lonergan Institute at Boston College

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Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies

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DOI: 10.5840/method20167210


The notes we have from Bernard Lonergan on the website for his 1947-48 course on grace at the Jesuit Seminary in Toronto (now Regis College) are in two sets. They appear at 1600DTL040 and 16200DTL040. Translations by Michael Shields, with extensive editorial work by H. Daniel Monsour, are also available on the website, at 1600DTE040 and 16200DTE040. It is difficult, and in fact probably impossible without further external guidance, to put the two sets of notes in order and to relate them to each other. Fortunately, that guidance is available in the form of notes taken by Frederick Crowe and William Stewart, who were Jesuit students in the course. Their notes, preserved by Crowe, give a very clear indication regarding the order of the course. They enable us to reconstruct the course, something that would not be possible even in piecemeal fashion of we were working only from the archival data.


Published version. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies, Vol. 7, No. 2 (Fall 2016): 25-53). DOI. © 2016 Lonergan Institute at Boston College. Used with permission.

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