The eighty-third successor to Saint Dominic offers letters and addresses to the Dominican Family, plus two conferences to priests. All these papers reflect on certain central needs – for a catechesis directed to a de-Christianised culture; for justice in the world; for philosophical and theological investigation of cultures, intellectual systems, and non-Christian religions; for a wider role for religious women in the preaching ministry. These concerns reflect the experience of years ministering in Argentina, the West Indies, Mexico, and Ireland before being elected Master of the Order.
By: Aniceto Fernández OPVincent de Couesnongle OPDamian Byrne OPTimothy Radcliffe OP The last four world - leaders (Masters) of the...
John Orme Mills OP & Timothy Radcliffe OP This book looks at how one Catholic religious order - very old,...
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