The Augustine Catechism

Author: Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.)
Publisher: New City Press
ISBN: 1565482980
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The Augustine Catechism from the Author: Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.). New edition and revised translation! Written as a favor for a friend, this “little work” is a wonderful explanation of the Christian faith: a true catechism from which, throughout the history of the church, other catechisms have drawn and learned. Augustine first works his way through the creed, and then the Lord’s Prayer as recorded by Matthew, ending with the sacraments. This is a colossal work in one small volume.

Faith Hope And Charity

Author: Ödön von Horváth
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571318231
Size: 54.19 MB
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Faith Hope And Charity from the Author: Ödön von Horváth. Set in the socially and economically oppressed Vienna of the early thirties, this play is the story of a young girl's struggle to survive in the city, a victim of forces she does not comprehend. As the play opens, she is trying to sell her body to an anatomical institute.

Faith Hope And Charity

Author: Sam Kelley
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1493151967
Size: 69.10 MB
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Faith Hope And Charity from the Author: Sam Kelley. Kelley captures Mary McLeod Bethune’s trials and triumphs from an impoverished childhood in the cotton fields of South Carolina to her ascendancy as Black America’s most influential leader. Bethune’s unyielding faith in God propels her forward on a lifelong mission of justice and equality. With a dollar and fifty cents she starts a school for black girls, which grows into a reputable university. She elevates the status of black women as founder and president of the National Council of Negro Women and builds opportunities for youth as head of the Division of Negro Affairs in Franklin Roosevelt’s National Youth Administration.

Faith Hope And Charity

Author: Thomas P. Rausch, SJ
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 1587684888
Size: 66.73 MB
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Faith Hope And Charity from the Author: Thomas P. Rausch, SJ. A study of Pope Benedict XVI’s three encyclicals, Deus caritas est, Spe salvi, and Lumen fidei (drafted for Pope Francis) on the theological virtues, faith, hope, and charity.

Faith Hope Charity

Author: Kenneth Poolman
Publisher: Cerberus Pub
ISBN: 9781841450568
Size: 66.73 MB
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Faith Hope Charity from the Author: Kenneth Poolman. Faith, Hope and Charity is a story of three Gladiator biplanes flown by six volunteers from their base on Malta and fighting alone against the Italian ‘Regia Aeronautica’ between June and October 1940. The story is also about the bravery and spirit of the Maltese people who gave their lives to keep the aircraft in the air and the men who toiled to keep the runway fit to fly on. The defense of Malta can justifiably be included among the epics of World War Two. The part played by ‘Faith’, ‘Hope’ and ‘Charity’ is symbolic of the courage and endurance displayed by the people of Malta during the struggle against vastly superior Axis Air Forces.

The Ecclesial Canopy

Author: Martyn Percy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317034759
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The Ecclesial Canopy from the Author: Martyn Percy. Seeking to dynamically alter the way that theologians, ecclesiologists, students of religion and ministers look at the relationship between church and society, this book takes religion, politics and society as basic categories and explores how oft-overlooked issues are in fact highly significant for the shaping of theological and ecclesiological horizons. The Ecclesial Canopy is not, however, simply about reading meanings into religion, politics and society. Rather, it sets out to faithfully interpret much of the material that surrounds us, yet is often taken for granted or unnoticed. Paying close and patient attention to beliefs, language, artefacts, rituals, practices and other material - all of which are constitutive for ecclesial life and theological identity - this book offers an invitation of engagement to the scholar or minister. The Ecclesial Canopy makes a significant and important contribution to the field of pastoral and practical theology. Building on the concepts of implicit and invisible religion, Martyn Percy offers a fresh and original interpretative 'take' on contemporary society, appealing to clergy, laity, scholars and all those working in the field of theory and reflective practice in practical and pastoral theology.