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Title The rhetoric of Pope John Paul II / edited by Joseph R. Blaney & Joseph P. Zompetti
Published Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, ©2009

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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 311 pages)
Series Lexington studies in political communication ; 11
Lexington studies in political communication ; 11.
Contents Pope John Paul II and the media -- Pope John Paul II and the rhetoric of social justice -- Pope John Paul II and political rhetoric -- Pope John Paul II and theological rhetoric
Papal punchlines : late night comedic treatment of Pope John Paul II / Brian T. Kaylor & Josh A. Compton -- Kategoria of cartoons on the Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal / William L. Benoit & Kevin A. Stein -- The rhetoric of social justice in Pope John Paul II's catechism / Joseph P. Zompetti -- Pope John Paul II and the rhetoric of just war / Craig W. Cutbirth & Megan Houge -- Community focused apologia in Pope John Paul II's Year of Jubilee discourse / Jason A. Edwards -- Rhetoric of Pope John Paul II's visits to Poland, 1979-1999 / Cezar M. Ornatowski -- The laying of hands : Pope John Paul II and the Catholic Church's political role in Poland pre- and post-1989 / David P. Burns -- Ideological issues in Pope John Paul II's messages on World Communications Day / Kristina Drumheller & Matthew Drumheller -- The Vatican's response to the sexual abuse crisis in America : an image restoration study / Joseph R. Blaney -- Totus tuus sum, Maria : Pope John Paul II's framing of the feminine genius / Kimberly A. Kennedy -- John Paul II's papal encyclicals as dialectic / Dennis D. Cali -- Pope John Paul II's influence on preaching and parish communication / Christopher Layden -- His final homily : Pope John Paul II's death as an affirmation of his life's message / Joseph M. Valenzano III -- "Firm in defense of freedom, family, and Christianity" : Mormonism, Pope John Paul II, and the rhetorical other / Phil J. Chidester
Summary From the downfall of communism in Eastern Europe to his devotion to Mary to his championing of social justice and orthodox theology, this book examines Pope John Paul II's several moments of persuasive finesse as well as instances when his message could have been crafted more effectively. Written by Catholics, Protestants, Mormons, agnostics, and atheists, the chapters approach the Pope with varying degrees of admiration, but always with intellectual respect
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005 -- Literary style
John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005
Johannes Paul (Papst, II.)
Communication -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.
RELIGION -- Christianity -- Catholic.
Communication -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church
Literary style
Rhetorik
Kommunikation -- religiösa aspekter -- kristendom.
Form Electronic book
Author Blaney, Joseph R.
Zompetti, Joseph P., 1970-
LC no. 2008033428
ISBN 9780739132234
0739132237
1282493914
9781282493919
9786612493911
6612493917