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Andrew G. McGrady lecturer in communications, Mater Dei Institute
Meditations on the mysteries of the Rosary from the perspective of St. Benedict, St. Francis of Assisi and St. Dominic.
The author hopes that this text will enable prayerful readers to follow the exhortation of St Dominic: "Find everything in God, and then share it with others'
Worship & Preaching in a Complex World
Contributors include Timothy Radcliffe OP
A range of theological views is represented here in essays that are themselves examples of good preaching. It examines worship and preaching from a number of theological perspectives; Catholic, Baptist, Anglican, Uniting Church and Greek Orthodox.
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This poetic book on the Trinity offers reflections on the mystery of God as a communion of persons in one Love, and spells out the implications of this for the spiritual life.
Pierre discusses how among the many images which the New Testament writers use to describe discipleship, one of the images which speak to him the most is that the life of a disciple is a journey. Journeying is so much part of the human experience meaning that discipleship, like a journey, is in some way an adventure. But actually, a journey is so often a succession of thrusts forward and of setbacks.
A Scripture teacher who knew that he was suffering a terminal illness, explores how reading the Apocalypse can be an authentic spring-time of the soul. This can be true not just for the individual believer but for the Church too.
This book is a modern manual for sharing a relevant, vibrant, enduring faith.
Thomas Groome, a world-renowned authority in religious education, has created a contemporary, holistic approach to teaching Christian beliefs and values that offers real, effective solutions for today's parents and teachers.
"Groome has a unique ability to make the complicated seem simple; the abstract seem concrete, and the difficult seem easy." - James Martin, SJ,
"Groome offers a remarkably balanced and hopeful account of the lifelong process of handing on the Faith in parishes, intentional Christian communities, schools and Christian households. He is one of the American Catholic church's greatest treasures.' - Richard R. Gallardetz, McCarthy Professor of Catholic Systematic Theology, Boston College
Matthew's gospel usually heads the list of the three synoptic gospels because he was an eye-witness from the beginning. A more scientific study of the synoptic gospels showed us that the question is not quite so simple.
Since February 1980 Sean MacReamoinn had contributed a monthly column to the journal Doctrine & Life. This book offers a selection from over half a million words of comment on events political, ecclesiastical, social and cultural.
Celine writes this book from her own background as an Irish Catholic religious woman who happens to be involved in scripture studies. Each of these components contributed to her own story of prayer and to her discovery of the depths of the Our Father.