These conversations with 17 members of the Dominican Family (nine men and eight women) reveal the amazing range of undertakings that can fit the work and charism of the Order of Preachers. There are contemplatives here, and teachers of theology and pastors -- and there is a world-acclaimed composer, a physicist working at CERN, a lawyer vindicating the rights of indigenous people, and the founder of a Christian-Buddhist ashram, as well as people engaged in conversation with Islam.
By William A. Hinnebusch OP The story of the Dominicans, century by century, from the time of their foundation in 1216 – still the standard English language introduction to the full scope of Dominican history. William A Hinnebusch OP received...
John Orme Mills OP & Timothy Radcliffe OP This book looks at how one Catholic religious order - very old, yet persistently in the forefront of change - has responded to justice and peace issues in the course of 785...
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