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Sermons 1-19 follow themes inspired from readings in the Old Testament including Genesis, Exodus and the Psalms.
This book deals with all the essentials of Catholic social teaching in a concise way, but without oversimplification.
Sermons 20-50 are primarily on themes from the Old Testament including Psalms, Ecclesiastes and Proverbs.
Sermons 51-94 are on the New Testament, primarily the Gospel of Matthew.
We are taken through the different stages in the spiritual life from the initial choice of God to the various trials which lead us into a deeper union with him.
Not only was Pavan a principal collaborator of John XXIII in the drafting of the encyclicals Mater et Magistra and Pacem in Terris, but he also had a vital role in the preparation of two of the most important conciliar documents: the pastoral constitution Gaudium et Spes and the declaration on religious freedom.
Sermons 94A-147A are on the New Testament, primarily the gospels of Luke and John.
Sermons 148-183 are on the New Testament, primarily the epistles of St. Paul.
In United in His Name, a spiritual-dogmatic study, Povilus explores this central element of Matthew's gospel examining the new intuitions that have arisen from Chiara Lubich's charism of unity.
This book contains a study of the rich wisdom and theological doctrine in the thoughts and writings of Chiara Lubich whose discovery of God as a God of love was fundamental to the foundation of the Focolare Movement.
Sermons 184-229Z are on the Liturgical Seasons, primarily Christmas, Lent and Easter.
Sermons 230-272B are on the Liturgical Feasts, primarily Easter, the Ascension and Pentecost.
Sermons 273-305A are on the Saints including Peter and Paul, John the Baptist, and St. Lawrence.
Sermons 306-340A are on the Saints including Cyprian, Stephen and the Feasts of Martyrs.
The present book contains sustained reflections on the new theology and philosophy carried in the charism of unity, while pointing a direction for the new cosmology and for the various disciplines represented by the twenty-five scholars currently making up the Abba School.