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The concept of Revelation in Avery Dulles and Gerald O'Collins theology
Pätoprstý, Mário ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
The diploma thesis presents a selected part of the fundamental theology of two important fundamental theologians of the 20th century: Avery Dulles and Gerald O'Collins. The first part of the work introduces the overall context of thinking (life and work) of both theologians. The next part will focus on the analysis of specific theological studies, that deal with the concept of revelation, I will focus mainly on Dulles's books Revelation Theology: A History, Models of Revelation and primary O'Collins texts on the topic: Fundamental Theology, Rethinking Fundamental Theology, Revelation. I will try to describe the essential features of their understanding of the concept and models of revelation and compare the advantages and limits of both theological perspectives.
Ethically responsible support of social activation and prevention in social services
Jahodová, Jitka ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
The role of society in providing social services is long-established. Meanwhile, the range of social issues having to be addressed by social services is continuously growing. The risks associated with resource constraints are expected to rise significantly, and this issue keeps generating debate on available resources' allocation. Social innovation strives to reflect and tackle these related, complex societal challenges. All activities, as well as the discussion related to social services' innovation, should be conducted in compliance with ethical principles. The main objective of this thesis is to contribute to an understanding that making ethical responsibility an integral part of everyday decision-making and practice empowers reaching a sustainable positive social change. This, in turn, can create a normatively compact solution - and vice versa.
Ethical principles of mentoring as social support of young people
Walters, Ester ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Zimmermannová, Marie (referee)
Youth mentoring involves matching a young person who may be experiencing social, economic, or personal challenges with a volunteer mentor who serves as a positive role model, providing guidance, support, and encouragement. The mentoring relationship usually lasts for a specific period, such as a year or more, and may involve regular meetings or activities between the mentor and mentee. The goal of youth mentoring is to assist young people in developing the skills, confidence and resilience they need to overcome obstacles, challenges and achieve their full potential. This diploma thesis explores the ethics of mentoring, specifically in the context of formal youth mentoring. The primary focus of the work is centered around ethical aspects of mentoring as a means of providing social support to young individuals who are facing social exclusion. The main objective of this thesis is to examine how mentoring can provide positive social support to young individuals during times of transition, taking into account the ethical principles of mentoring and the impact of relationships on the well-being of mentored youth. The thesis aims to explore the various ways in which mentoring can be beneficial, while also considering the potential ethical risks such as power imbalances and boundary violations.
The Theology of Holiness According to St John Paul II
Bušková, Magda ; Novotný, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Červenková, Denisa (referee) ; Svatoň, Robert (referee)
v anglickém jazyce: The primary focus of this study on the theology of holiness, according to St John Paul II, is to explore how he understands and interprets Christian holiness and what perspective he brings to the subject. The study offers a brief view of the saints he beatified and canonised, followed by insight into the moments of his life and spirituality, exploring, in line with the approach of spiritual theology, the appeal to understand him from within. The study's approach further reflects the theme of holiness from the position of selected texts of the Second Vatican Council. It intentionally takes into account the post-conciliar interpretation of Karol Wojtyła to consider the roots of his theology of holiness. The research of the theology of holiness in John Paul II's magisterium follows within selected encyclicals, especially Redemptor Hominis, Dives in Misericordia, Dominum et Vivificantem, and Redemptoris Missio, to explore aspects and characteristics he emphasised. The basic thesis and the study's golden thread is the approach of Christian holiness described as the union of Jesus Christ with a Christian in the Holy Spirit and the realisation of such union in the Church. Klíčová slova v anglickém jazyce: St John Paul II, holiness, union with Christ, Holy Spirit, mission, kingdom of God
Prayer in St. Benedict's monastic rule and interreligious dialogue
Podnecká, Radka ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
Diploma thesis "Prayer in St. Benedict's monastic rule and interreligious dialogue" is focused on the St. Benedict prayer presentation and its importance in the interreligious dialogue. The prayer should be considered as an essential parts of each Christian religious life. Christian life represented and described by St. Benedict, is the life of prayer. Benedict monastic rule has application, however, thanks to the generally applicable principles outside the monastery and should be suitable part of the spiritual experience of every Christian. The main goal of this thesis it to show the importance of real prayer and way of life in prayer for interreligious dialogue by Benedictine monks in the time of Bede Griffiths, Thomas Merton, John Main and Laurence Freeman, representing experience regarding interreligious dialogue with Hindu and Buddhist monks about the contemplation, prayer and different religious traditions. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Ethical issues in multicultural nursing in the context of child Ukrainian war refugees
Kučerová, Jana ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the approach of children's nurses to Ukrainian war refugee children requiring intensive oncological care. In nursing care, transcultural-multicultural nursing models are used as an ethical principle. In particular, the models of M. Leiningerová, J.N. Gigerová, and R. Davidhizarová created in the 1950s focus on holistic cultural care, health, and disease manifestations of individuals or groups and respect the common features of cultural values, beliefs, and practices. Keywords Ukrainians, migration, war, nursing, nursing model, transcultural-multicultural nursing, communication, human rights, child patient, the charter of children's rights in hospital, human dignity
The transformation of life of Sisters of Mercy of St Charles Borromeo in Bohemia in the context of the 20th-century: a reflection of changes in the experience of charisma and spirituality of the Congregation
Marková, Pavlína ; Vopřada, David (advisor) ; Červenková, Denisa (referee)
Master thesis "The transformation of the life of Sisters of Mercy of St. Charles Borromeo in Bohemia in the context of the 20th century: a reflection of changes in the experience of charisma and spirituality of the Congregation" is based on the assumption that a significant feature of the religious life as an organic part of the church is its historical character, which leads again and again to the transformation of the own charisma into the specific spirituality. The thesis is devoted to the Bohemian branch of the Sisters of Mercy in the course of the 20th century. The general constitutive elements of the religious life and the specific features of the Congregation are described in the first chapter. The second chapter offers an overview of the most significant events and trends of the 20th century from the perspective of the society and of the church in Europe, followed by the third chapter focusing on the situation of the catholic church and Congregation of Sisters of Mercy in Bohemia during the 20th century. The final chapter discusses the essential elements of the religious life (the identity of the consecrated life, the community, the mission) from two points of view (the mercy, the sisterhood) and it describes the transformation of the life of the Bohemian Sisters of Mercy in the course of...
Principium et fundamentum of St. Ignatius (ES 23)
Hebron, Jiří ; Novotný, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Červenková, Denisa (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the development and analysis of the First Principle and Fundation (DC23) of St. Ignatius Spiritual Exercises and the subsequent reflection of the great theologians of the second half of the twentieth century, such as Karl Rahner and Hans Urs von Balthasar. The work first traces the historical development of The Spiritual Exercises, how it originated, where it originated, for what purpose, what were the literary sources of The Spiritual Exercises, how the exercises reflected the spiritual experience of Ignatius of Loyola and last but not least follows various texts, copies and adaptations of the book The Spiritual Exercises. The next step is the analysis of the First Principle and Fundation its place as a whole, references to other parts of The Spiritual Exercises, sources, structure and function of the text in the context of The Spiritual Exercises. The last part of the thesis follows the theological interpretation of the First Principle and Fundation from the perspective of two great thinkers, Karel Rahner and Hans Urs von Balthasar. It focuses on their theological background and contribution to Ignatian spirituality. Keywords Principium et fundamentum, The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, Ignatius of Loyola, Ignatian Spirituality, Systematic Theology, Karl...
The lay apostolate in the spirituality of the third Carmelite order
Čančarová, Pavlína ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Lorman, Jaroslav (referee)
ENGLISH ANNOTATION The Lay Apostolate of the Third Carmelite Order Spirituality The Second Vatican Council came up with a new interpretation of the layperson as well as the lay apostolate. Every person of the people of God, i.e. a layperson too, shares responsibility for the redemptive mission of the whole Church. The task of the members of the Third Carmelite Order is to live the charism of Carmel in the world, the apostolate being a part of their spirituality. The fundamental and also specific feature of the apostolate of the Third Carmelite Order is the contemplative attitude, taken and lived in normal life conditions, in the world. Every their prayer, service, testimony as well as community result from the experience of contemplation. All of these features are typical of the Carmelite charism. They also represent a specific form or area of the apostolate of the members of the Third Carmelite Order. Key words: Second Vatican Council, Vatican II Layperson Apostolate Third Carmelite Order Spirituality
Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus: An Exhortation to Chastity
Koronthály, Pavel ; Ventura, Václav (advisor) ; Červenková, Denisa (referee)
Anglická anotace Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus: An Exhortation to Chastity The thesis addresses Tertullian's view regarding marriages, especially second marriages, i. e. marriages of widows and widowers. The thesis includes a brief overview of Tertullian's life and work, a short characteristic of the crucial parts of his theology and an analysis of his position on second marriage in Jewish tradition, Greek and Roman philosophy, the New Testament and in patristic literature. The development of Tertullian's view is illustrated by his own writings, the trilogy De Uxore, De Exhortatione Castitatis and De Monogamia, special focus being put on De Exhortatione Castitatis, an annotated translation of which is a part of the thesis. Klíčová slova: Tertullianus Second marriage De exhortatione castitatis Chastity Widows and widowers

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