Autore: Jacques Guy Bougerol
a cura di Curzio Cavicchioli
premessa di Maurizio Malaguti
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New revised and updated edition
The entire work of St. Bonaventure (1217-1274) can be grasped as a Itinerarium that leads to a deeper and more open, richer and more responsible thought towards the work of God that man can grasp in the creation and in the redemption. This book presents the new edition of the now classic introduction to the thought of Bonaventura (1988), completely revised and updated.
Father Bougerol guides us with finesse to grasp the meaning and the development of the Bonaventurian itinerary, in a path that winds between the university chair of Paris, the commitment between the friars as Minister General and the service to the unity of the Church, with the appointment as cardinal by Gregory X, who instructs him to prepare the Second Council of Lyons, during which Bonaventure will die, universally regretting. A work appropriate for the eighth centenary of the birth of St. Bonaventure.
JACQUES GUY BOUGEROL (Paris 1908-1997) friar minor (Franciscan), teacher, popularizer, scholar, was the animator of the rebirth of interest towards the thought of St. Bonaventure at European level since the years of Vatican Council II and the promoter of numerous conferences especially on the centenary of the death of Bonaventure (1274-1974).