Prof. Isabell Naumann ISSM

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Prof. Isabell Naumann  ISSM, THD/STD                                                                                                                                                            

President and Professor Ordinarius, Ecclesiastical Faculty of Theology

Qualifications

DipREdP (TR 1975), GradDipTh (Syd 1988), MTh (Hons) (Syd 1991), THD/STD (Dayton/Rome, 1999)


Research Interests


Ecclesiology, Marian Studies, Theological Anthropology, Theological Hermeneutics

Personal

I am a member of the Secular Institute of the Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary (a member institute of the International Schoenstatt Movement) and have been teaching at the Catholic Institute of Sydney since 2005.

Recent Publications

“The Schoenstatt Shrine: A Centre of Marian Spirituality,” in J. Vayalilkarottu OFMConv,, ed., Do Whatever He Tells You: Marian Spirituality in the Faith and Life of Catholic Christians (Cochin, Kerala, India: Grayfriars Publications, 2017), 176-192. [ISBN: 978-81-935826-0-2]

“La Mariología al comienzo del Tercer Milenio,” Ephemerides Mariologicae Vol LXVII, Fasc. III (2017 Julio/Septiembre) 253-280.

”Luke 1:26-38 as a Model of Dialogue” in K. Wagner, M I Naumann, P J McGregor, P Morrissey, eds., Mariology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium. Theology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium (Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2017), 183-193.

“Mariology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium” in K. Wagner at al., eds., Mariology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium. Theology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium (Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2017), 1-31.

"The Immaculata: Reflection on Deivine Beauty and Devine Mercy,"Ephemerides Mariologicae Vol LXVI, Fasc. IV (2016), 375-388. 

“Pentecost: between Hope and Expectation,” in Stefano M Cecchin, ed.,Llamados ‘a una esperanza viva’ (1P 1,3), Actos del Congreso Mariológico Mariano Internacional de Sevilla, 27-30 de mayo 2014 (Ciudad del Vaticano: Pontificia Academia Mariana Internationalis, 2015), 127-167.

“Adventus Spiritus – Hope and the Abiding presence of the Holy Spirit in the Church,”Ephemerides Mariologicae LXIV, IV (2014): 427-451.

"Priestly Ministry,"Solidarity: The Journal of Catholic Social Thought and Secular Ethics, Vol. 4: Issue 1, Article 4 (2014).

“A Sense of Place: the Icon of the Shrine,” Ephemerides Mariologicae, LXIII, III (2013): 309-322.

“The Immaculata as the Fully Redeemed Person and Model for the followers of Christ,” in R. D Mactal, O.P., ed.,Mary, Woman of Faith.Proceedings from the Third Asia-Oceania Mariological Conference, Dagupan/Philippines (Dagupan: Archdiocese of Linguyan-Dagupan, Eres Printing Corporation, 2013), 25-39.

"TheCommunio Fideliumin Vatican II: Its Eucharistic Identity and Marian Dimension," Ephemerides Mariologicae, LXII, III (2012): 345-356.

"Transformed by the Word - the Marian Response: An Exposition of Mary in the Post-Synodal Apostolic ExhortationVerbum Domini", Ephemerides Mariologicae, 61, 3(2011): 325-342.

"The Anunciation Narrative as a Model of Dialogue," inMary and the New Evangelization of Asia: Forerunner, Witness and Fullness. Proceedings from the Asia Oceania Mariological Conference, Manila, 12-16 September, 2009 (Lipa: P Putativus Publishing House, 2011), 23-33.

"Reflection on the Plenary Assembly: The Culture of Communication and New Language,"Cultura e Fede XIX, 1 (2011): 75-77.

"The Priest, the Virgin Mary and the Dignity of Women,"Ephemerides Mariologicae,60, 4 (2010): 455-471.

"Mary as the Anthropological Model in the Thought of J. Kentenich," Ephemerides Mariologicae,59, 1, (2009): 31-47.

"Is Mary a Manifestation of the Maternal Face of God?"Ephemerides Mariologicae,59, 2, (2009): 273-282.

"A Place for many Cultures and Nations,"Cultura e Fede,XV1, 4 (2008): 258-272.

"The Anthropology of J. Kentenich," one chapter in the bookThe Virgin Mary and the Theology of the Body (Strockbridge, MA: Marian Press, 2005).