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The reflections contained here invite us to ponder our lives and to open our listening hearts to the voice of God, so that our Lent can truly be a Lent in its deepest sense – a spring that buds forth new life.
The lectionary readings for the entire Christmas season come alive through the stories and reflections of popular author Megan McKenna. Her words show us how we can centre our lives on bringing justice and peace into the world while we wait for Jesus, the Son of God, to come among us.
This little encyclopaedia will help Lourdes to leave a deep and lasting impact on its many visitors.
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.
The thirty-three books of Augustine’s ‘Answer to Faustus, A Manichean were probably written between 408 and 410, but their precise date is unknown.
This volume includes the following works: The Punishment and Forgiveness of Sins and the Baptism of Little Ones (De peccatorum meritis et remissione et de baptismo parvulorum), The Spirit and the Letter (De spiritu et littera), Nature and Grace (De natura et gratia), The Perfection of Human Righteousness (De perfectione justitiae hominis), The Deeds of Pelagius (De gestis Pelagii), The Grace of Christ and Original Sin (De gratia Christi et peccato originali), and The Nature and Origin of the Human Soul (De anima et ejus origine).
This volume contains three works of Saint Augustine of Hippo: Marriage and Desire (De nuptiis et concupiscentia); Answer to the Two Letters of the Pelagians (Contra duas epistulas Pelagianorum); and Answer to Julian (Contra Julianum).
This volume includes the work: Unfinished Work in Answer to Julian (Contra Julianum opus imperfectum).
This volume includes four works: Grace and Free Choice (De gratia et libero arbitrio), Rebuke and Grace (De correptione et gratia), The Predestination of the Saints (De praedestinatione sanctorum), and The Gift of Perseverance (De dono perseverantiae).
Includes: Heresies, Memorandum to Augustine, To Orosius in Refutation of the Priscillianists and Origenists, Arian Sermon, Answer to an Arian Sermon, Debate with Maximinus, Answer to Maximinus, Answer to an Enemy of the Law and the Prophets.
This mini-series comprises four titles, each of which contains specially chosen passages from the timeless writings of some of the best known of the Fathers of the Church. They serve both as an introduction to the Patristic writings and as a rich source of personal reflection and meditation.
Today, more and more people of different religions have the chance to meet. How should they interact with each other in order to foster mutual understanding and respect? What problems might this new world of dialogue create? Will it lead to compromising one’s faith? Cardinal Francis Arinze answers these and many other timely questions in this engaging and enlightening interview.
This book deals with all the essentials of Catholic social teaching in a concise way, but without oversimplification.
A fresh and refreshing look at the meaning of “communion” in the documents of the Second Vatican Council. John Markey has laid out a bold and insightful theological vision of the Church that will help guide us.
As one of today’s foremost scholars on the Hebrew scriptures, the author will help you not only to understand the Book of Daniel, but to use it for prayer and in your everyday life.