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"This man welcomes sinners and eats with them"
'Any book that takes us back to the practice of Jesus is to be welcomed. Do This In Memory Of Me focuses on the role that meals played in the ministry of Jesus. He scandalised the pious by welcoming sinners and eating with them. It is the same Jesus that we encounter in the Eucharist. Therefore, the Eucharist must be a place where sinners experience acceptance, healing and forgiveness. When Jesus says, "Do this in memory of me", he is saying that we, too, must welcome sinners and eat with them. Therein lies a great challenge. Simson deserves our gratitude for spelling it out so clearly.' - Flor McCarthy SDB, author of New Sunday and Holy Day Liturgies
This book addresses the questions of why poverty and social exclusion continue to be the norm for so many people in a society with a Christian background and in which sufficient resources exist to tackle this issue effectively.
It is hoped that the insights offered in these pages will stimulate further thought and debate among a wide readership.
Taking the Our Father, the prayer that is shared by all the followers of Christ, Fr O'Flynn guides the reader through the various petitions of this great Christian prayer and offers reflections that will help to deepen the understanding and faith of the reader.
Theologians Seán Freyne and Finlay Holmes join forces with historians Dermot Keogh and John A. Murphy to debate whether there is a new climate for considering the place of theology in university studies.
This is a book about faith, and about the need to search for faith with integrity - an integrity which requires a ruthless honesty and seeks to leave no place for compartmentalizing the self.
In this search, Bishop Clarke reconnoitres the territory in which God of the Christian vision may 'in truth' be encountered and proclaimed today.
Human Dignity and Spirituality in a Globalized World
Spirituality for Social Engagement
It is hoped that insights offered in these pages will facilitate reflection and stimulate further thought and debate.
This book is the fruit if a Conference organised by the Justice Commission of the Conference if Religious of Ireland (CORI). This book is the second series under the general theme of "Spirituality for Social Engagement"
Papers of the 1994 Corrymeela Ecumenical Conference
In 1994 a conference organised jointly by the Irish School of Ecumenics and the Corrymeela Community, produced a body of very important thinking to help clarify issues and identify strategies to combat the negative and destructive aspects of sectarianism.