Saturday 18th of September

Help inquirers connect their stories to the gospel

Collection Code: 
ANF
Periodical Name: 
Today's Parish
Publication Period: 
Nov/Dec.
Publication Year: 
2010
Publisher: 
Twenty-Third Publications
ISSN: 
0040-8459
Notes: 

The importance of evangelization and what it means to inquire.

ID Legacy: 
107 748
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The epic story of liberation and covenant-making flowers in the pages of the book of Exodus, making this study the perfect choice for the holy season of Lent. Exodus provides a deeper understanding of Passover and the journey to the Promised Land, with commentary and questions that reveal the profound meaning of the patterns of slavery, freedom, and promise etched in its pages.

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Medieval mystic Hildegard of Bingen's timeless writing and divine inspirations invite us to celebrate life and delight in the goodness of creation. Here is an excellent introduction to her words.

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St. Joseph is the reflection of God the Father, Guardian of God the Son, Friend of God the Holy Spirit, and Spouse of the Immaculate Handmaiden. In his youth, he prayed for the coming of the promised Messiah. In his adult life, not only were his prayers answered, but he loved and upheld the Messiah, Jesus Christ. And now, in the Court of Heaven, St. Joseph intercedes for the Church before the throne of Christ. Using the words of Popes, Saints, and approved mystics, The Book of Joseph, aims to dispel the common belief held by many that nothing is known about the saint other than what is mentioned briefly in the Bible. This work, which has been granted the Imprimatur, presents the life of St. Joseph beginning with the faithful prayers of his parents to conceive a son to his birth and childhood, harassment by the devil, his marriage to the Blessed Virgin Mary, the birth and life with Christ, through to the circumstances of his death and his glorification in Heaven. In addition to the theory of the assumption of St. Joseph, his sanctification in the womb and perpetual virginity are discussed. The book concludes with a series of prayers and devotions, including the Holy Cloak and Chaplet of St. Joseph. There are also sections on feast days, relics, approved St. Joseph apparitions, as well as many works of art.

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Since its first appearance in 1960, Documents of the Baptismal Liturgy has been praised and used by scholars in understanding how the rite of baptism was celebrated through the centuries. This new edition retains the sources previously included and adds Eastern Christian texts from the great East Syrian Church Fathers, as well as selections from The Rite of the Assyrian Church of the East, the Syrian Orthodox Church, and the Maronite Rite. Additional Western texts include the famous Pentecost Homily attributed to Faustus of Riez, Letter 26 to Januarius from Pope Gregory I, and the Rite of Confirmation from the Pontifical of William Durandus.

Instead of placing local councils together in one section, individual councils are now placed in their respective geographic locals. Bibliographical lists in a variety of languages have been added for each document studied or for each locale; and translations have often been replaced with more recent versions. The glossary and the introductions to each document make it accessible to the general, as well as the specialist, reader.

Chapters are "The Ante-Nicene Church," “Syria, Syro-Palestine, Antiochia,” “The Rite of the Assyrian Church of the East,” “The Armenian Rite,” “The Syriac-Maronite Rite,” “The Byzantine Rite,” “Egypt,” “Africa,” “Spain,” “Milan,” “Rome,” “Gallican Documents,” and “The Sarum Rite.”

E. C. Whitaker served as a parish priest and Canon Emeritus of Carlisle Cathedral, England.

Maxwell E. Johnson, Ph.D., is a minister in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and is professor of liturgy in the department of theology at the University of Notre Dame.

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Includes John Paul II's Stations of the Cross, music, prayers, narratives.

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The Rosary, dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe.

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