Emperor and Priest

  • Auteur: Gilbert Dagron
  • ISBN: 9780521801232
  • Date de sortie: 2003-10-16
  • Collection: Cambridge University Press
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A complex study of the dual role of the emperor in Byzantium.

From Slave to Priest

  • Auteur: Caroline Hemesath
  • ISBN: 158617097X
  • Date de sortie: 1973
  • Collection: Ignatius Press
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Fr. Augustine Tolton (1854-1897) was the first black priest in the United States. Born into a black Catholic slave family, Father Tolton conquered almost insurmountable odds to become a Catholic priest. At his early death of 43, this pioneer black American priest left behind a shining legacy of holy service to God, the Church and his people. This is a story that will give strength and hope to others who face simlar prejudice and opposition inside, and outside, the Church and Christianity.

The Priest to the Altar

  • Auteur: Peter Goldsmith Medd
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  • Date de sortie: 1879
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The Catholic Priest

  • Auteur: John C. Fogarty
  • ISBN: 9781556122187
  • Date de sortie: 1988
  • Collection: Rowman & Littlefield
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In this study of Catholic priests working in the diocese of Joliet, Illinois, Fr. Fogarty probes the theological, pastoral and ministerial issues involved in the priest's understanding o f himself. Beginning with a look at how the priesthood was perceived by priests and other in the 50 years before the Second Vatican Council, Fogarty points to the changes that have occurred in the priest's way of life and his present understanding of God, Jesus and the Church.

Priests for the Third Millennium

  • Auteur: Timothy Michael Dolan
  • ISBN: 9780879733193
  • Date de sortie: 2000
  • Collection: Our Sunday Visitor Publishing
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Speaks frankly about the very tough issues priests face today, without euphemizing, offering practical, Christ-focused solutions to problems. Written by Archbishop Dolan who spent many years training priests, this is the surprisingly comprehensive book every priest should read to prepare for the years to come.

Christ the Ideal of the Priest

  • Auteur: Blessed Marmion
  • ISBN: 9780852446577
  • Date de sortie: 2006-01
  • Collection: Gracewing Publishing
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The highly acclaimed spiritual writer, Blessed Columba Marmion, wrote this classic work on the priesthood to show the great holiness that priests are called to, and how that holiness can only be attained through close union with, and imitation of, Jesus Christ. While aimed at the clergy, this profound spiritual work will also be of immense inspiration for laity in coming to a deeper understanding of the true nature and calling of the priesthood. Echoing the thought and writing of St Paul, Marmion stresses that the priestly life must be dominated by Christ and in constant dependence on His merits, His grace and His activity in the soul of the priest. In this perspective, the dignity of the priesthood and the work of the priest's santification are understood. In all his actions, in the sacred acts of worship, the adminstration of the sacraments, private prayer and devotions, and serving the various needs of his flock, Marmion says the priest must always see himself as the minister of the Saviour, as 'Alter Christus'. Blessed Columba Marmion was a Benedictine priest in the first half of the twentieth century who wrote several works that are considered spiritual classics, most notably his book 'Christ the life of the Soul', also published by Gracewing in a new translation by Alan Bancroft

Luke the Priest

  • Auteur: Dr Rick Strelan
  • ISBN: 1409477886
  • Date de sortie: 2013-05-28
  • Collection: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
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This book focuses on the authority and status of the author of Luke-Acts. What authority did he have to write a Gospel, to interpret the Jewish Scriptures and traditions of Israel, to interpret the Jesus traditions, and to update the narrative with a second volume with its interpretation of Paul and the other apostles who appear in the Acts narrative? Rick Strelan constructs the author as a Jewish Priest, examining such issues as writing and orality, authority and tradition, and the status and role of priests. The analysis is set within the context of scholarly opinion about the author, the intended audience and other related issues.
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