Prayer in the Catholic Tradition

Prayer in the Catholic Tradition Author Robert J. Wicks
ISBN-10 1632530325
Release 2016-10-07
Pages 640
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"Prayer in the Catholic Tradition" breaks new ground, offering 40 voices on 40 topics in prayer for a wide-ranging look at the learning, the practice and the teaching of approaches to spiritual connection. Seminaries, spiritual direction/formation programs, permanent deacons and those in lay pastoral ministry will find a valuable resource in this compendium of ways to be open and find God.

Prayer in the Catholic Tradition

Prayer in the Catholic Tradition Author Dianne Bergant
ISBN-10 0764815970
Release 2007-01-01
Pages 116
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Six distinguished Catholic theologians address prayer: Dianne Bergant, C.S.A., Susan Calef, Ph.D., Rev. Gregory Polan, O.S.B., Mary Collins, O.S.B., Elizabeth Dreyer, Ph.D., Most Rev. Raymond Boland, D.D. The book contains an introductory talk by the moderator, all six presentations by the theologians listed above, a lively panel discussion that followed the talks, and a sampling of the questions from the audience. "Paperback"

Simple Ways to Pray

Simple Ways to Pray Author Emilie Griffin
ISBN-10 0742550842
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 191
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In Simple Ways to Pray, Emilie Griffin offers her readers an intimate and accessible introduction to the history and practice of prayer in the Catholic tradition. Meaning both to engage the beginner and encourage the experienced, Griffin explores the different types, devotional styles and techniques of prayer as well as outlining practical strategies for starting and sustaining an interior spiritual life. Describing prayer as "that deep urgency or longing for something beyond something greater than ourselves," Griffin extends an open and inclusive invitation to all readers to put themselves in the presence of God. And, by doing so, to open up their hands, minds and hearts to receive the full potential of God's love and know the richness of living an engaged spiritual life. This book is ideal for individual or group use in parishes and classrooms."

Catholic Prayer

Catholic Prayer Author Lawrence Cunningham
ISBN-10 IND:39000004424961
Release 1989
Pages 208
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Examines the place of prayer in the Catholic tradition and suggests that prayer can be considered a personal relationship with God

The Tradition of Catholic Prayer

The Tradition of Catholic Prayer Author St. Meinrad Archabbey
ISBN-10 0814631843
Release 2007
Pages 298
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Publisher description: In this book the monks of St. Meinrad recount the tradition of Catholic prayer. In the early chapters they explore prayer chronologically, from Old Testament psalms, New Testament models, and early church theologies, through the per

On the Lord s Appearing

On the Lord s Appearing Author Michael Robinson
ISBN-10 9780567024817
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 470
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In this book, Fr Jonathan Robinson examines the nature of the Catholic tradition and its teachings about personal prayer. He develops an understanding of tradition that integrates the call to holiness with the need for truth, and shows that a living tradition of prayer is nourished by the objective content of the faith.

Teaching Activities Manual for the Catholic Youth Prayer Book

Teaching Activities Manual for the Catholic Youth Prayer Book Author Rebecca Rushing
ISBN-10 9780884898993
Release 2006
Pages 93
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The teaching activities manual provides activities and prayers to incorporate into a theology class, following the PRAY IT! STUDY IT! LIVE IT!(R) model found in many Saint Mary's Press resources. It is not a comprehensive teaching manual, but it presents the tools to introduce different prayer elements into the classroom in a way that complements and enhances a teacher's current curriculum.

Christian Belief and Practice

Christian Belief and Practice Author Gordon Geddes
ISBN-10 043530691X
Release 2002
Pages 122
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Christian belief and practice (GCSE Religious studies for AQA)

Praying the Rosary

Praying the Rosary Author Megan McKenna
ISBN-10 0307423794
Release 2007-12-18
Pages 272
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Internationally acclaimed author Megan McKenna gives this Catholic tradition enriched modern relevance in a completely up-to-date guide to praying the Rosary, designed for general readers and incorporating the recent additions made by Pope John Paul II. As a speaker, teacher, and bestselling Catholic author, Megan McKenna has informed and inspired audiences both in- and outside of the Catholic tradition with her warmhearted, contemporary approach to spirituality. Now she turns her attention to the Rosary, revealing the universality of this ancient practice and how it can enrich lives today. Praying the Rosary—the act of counting off prayers with a string of beads in a rhythm of focused spiritual contemplation—is a practice that has existed for centuries and is common to many faiths. For the world’s one billion Catholics it has become the most popular form of devotion. Though strongly associated with the Virgin Mary, the prayers of the Rosary are ultimately meant to bring those who say them closer to Jesus Christ, whose life and teachings are central to all branches of the Christian faith. This gives the Rosary an ecumenical dimension that is in sync with today’s emphasis on the common bonds, rather than the divisions, among all Christians. In 2002, Pope John Paul II updated the Rosary by adding a new section on the teachings of Jesus, further emphasizing the centrality of Christ and the biblical Gospels at the heart of the prayers.Embracing this ecumenical attitude in Praying the Rosary, Megan McKenna explores the Rosary and explains how to pray it, incorporating the Pope’s recent additions and revealing its relevance to a new generation. She breaks down the Rosary into its twenty components, prefacing each with a selection from Scripture that identifies the prayer’s source in the Bible. Combining practical instruction with meditative reflections on the prayer’s spirituality, she reveals the Rosary’s richly contemplative nature and shows how praying the Rosary can inspire peaceful, calm attitudes, and an awareness of the universal spiritual mystery that connects all Christians.

The Book of Catholic Prayer

The Book of Catholic Prayer Author Sean Finnegan
ISBN-10 0829413863
Release 1998
Pages 616
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With more than eight hundred of the best-loved prayers in English, this elegant collection of traditional and contemporary Catholic prayers is designed to help you develop a life of prayer both firmly rooted in the ancient Catholic tradition and adaptable to the demanding circumstances of modern life.

Catholic Prayers

Catholic Prayers Author
ISBN-10 9780895559128
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 128
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This is probably the greatest little Catholic prayerbook you will ever encounter because it has over 100 Traditional Catholic prayers and is comprised of 4 Parts or sections: Part I contains the common prayers every Catholic should know by heart over 25 including the Acts of Faith, Hope, Love and Contrition, plus numerous short invocations. Part II contains over 25 especially powerful prayers: to Our lady, St. Joseph, St. Anne, St. Jude, St. Philomena, St. Anthony, etc. Part III contains miscellaneous favorite prayers: e.g., Morning Offering, Prayers to Our Lady, to St. Joseph for Purity, to overcome a bad habit, for grace, the Te Deum, Consecration to the Holy Ghost, etc. And Part IV contains various other "favorite prayers," such as for a happy death, the choice of a state of life, for priests, Fatima Prayers, for safe delivery of a baby, for the dying, for the dead, for the Poor Souls, etc. For a small package, this little Prayerbook is dynamite, and should be carried by all!

The Roman Catholic Tradition

The Roman Catholic Tradition Author Joanne Cleave
ISBN-10 0435306901
Release 2002
Pages 156
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The Roman Catholic tradition: christian lifestyle and behaviour (GCSE Religious studies for AQA)

New Perspectives on the Irish Catholic Tradition

New Perspectives on the Irish Catholic Tradition Author Gavan Jennings
ISBN-10 9781443815307
Release 2009-10-02
Pages 130
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New Perspectives on the Irish Catholic Tradition is a book of essays based on articles previously published in Position Papers. This is a monthly journal which explores theoretical and practical aspects of the Catholic faith, particularly as it is lived out in Ireland. The writers are Irish and Catholic, and are drawn from a wide variety of backgrounds. Each of them brings their own particular expertise and life experience to bear on a diverse range of issues including liturgy, pastoral work, politics, culture, bioethics, and Church history. This collection endeavours to present a thought-provoking examination of philosophical issues based on the Catholic tradition while, simultaneously, providing an encouragement to fidelity.

The Founding of Catholic Tradition in Korea

The Founding of Catholic Tradition in Korea Author Chai-Shin Yu
ISBN-10 9780895818928
Release 1996
Pages 211
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Catholicism in Korea has a history of two hundred years. It has played a unique role in Korea, with many of its initiatives originating from the laity rather than the clergy. After prolonged cultural conflict, the number of Catholics has grown to around 8% of the total population. Yet, there is a paucity of English language materials dealing with the faith in Korea. This volume tries to fill the gap.

The Catholic Tradition Second Edition

The Catholic Tradition  Second Edition Author Timothy G. McCarthy
ISBN-10 9781620322352
Release 2012-04-16
Pages 560
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This expanded edition of a Loyola Press best seller traces profound changes in Catholicism's institutional, intellectual, and devotional life in this century. Organized by theme--authority, mission, social justice, sexual morality, and others--the book explains Church thinking prior to Vatican II, Church thinking now, and the how and why of Council changes. It shows the Church struggling to find the best way to maintain and hand on the Catholic tradition even as it engages in intrafaith and interreligious dialogue. A new chapter on women in the Church, their contributions and issues, completes the update.

Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition

Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition Author Jordan Aumann
ISBN-10 089870068X
Release 1985
Pages 326
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This history not only serves to acquaint us with the origins and development of Christian spirituality, but, equally importantly in the author's view, projects into our contemporary world the lives and teachings of men and women who have reached a high degree of sanctity through the ages. His study is Catholic in both senses of the word. He has concentrated his attention on the history of spirituality in the Roman Catholic Church; and he has taken a comprehensive view of the full range of forms of that Catholic tradition, including -- so that we can learn from the mistakes of the past -- the heterodox tendencies and movements that have arisen from time to time.

Do You Love Me

Do You Love Me Author Catholic Church. Bishops' Conference of England and Wales
ISBN-10 1784690112
Release 2014
Pages 86
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Do You Love Me has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Do You Love Me also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Do You Love Me book for free.