By Roger Haight
Haight additionally addresses interreligious discussion, the individuality of the yankee church, and the connections among technology and faith, between different topics.
By Roger Haight
By Jean Marie Hiesberger
By T. Torres
By Wendi A. Haugh
By Jeana Visel
By Marie-Christine BERNARD
Cet ouvrage présente l'essentiel de los angeles foi chrétienne, en montrant remark elle épanouit ce que l'être humain porte en lui de plus précieux. Nouvelle édition revue et augmentée, et en petit layout, d'un ouvrage de référence.
L'essentiel de los angeles foi chrétienne tient en très peu de selected. Ce qu'elle dit est d'une simplicité désarmante et elle est porteuse d'une massive strength de vitalité. Mais qui, aujourd'hui, perçoit que c'est de bonheur, de strength, de présent qu'il s'agit ? L'auteur nous suggest dans un langage très available d'accéder à ce trésor.
Elle répond à une double aspiration : comprendre le contenu et l. a. cohérence de los angeles foi, et en percevoir clairement l'intelligence european égard aux exigences de los angeles raison contemporaine.
" Un livre qui s'adresse, dans un langage clair, aux croyants comme aux non croyants " (Ouest-France) ; " Un livre qui devrait figurer longtemps sur nos étagères, aux rayons des livres de référence " (La Vie) ; " Le langage est facile et permet une intelligibilité de los angeles foi en posant des mots sur nos questionnements personnels " (Dirigeants chrétiens).
By Diane M. Houdek
By Margaret M. McGuinness
Winner, 2014 Catholic e-book Award in background awarded via the Catholic Press Association
Americans, nuns and sisters are the face of the Catholic Church. a ways more
visible than clergymen, Catholic girls spiritual train at faculties, found
hospitals, supply foodstuff to the terrible, and minister to these in desire. Their work
has formed the yank Catholic Church all through its heritage. but despite
their excessive profile, a concise heritage of yankee Catholic sisters and nuns has
yet to be released. In referred to as to Serve, Margaret
M. McGuinness offers the reader with an outline of the heritage of Catholic
women spiritual in American lifestyles, from the colonial interval to the present.
years of spiritual lifestyles within the usa stumbled on girls spiritual in immigrant
communities and at the frontier, instructing, nursing, and taking care of marginalized
groups. within the moment half the 20th century, in spite of the fact that, the position of women
religious started to switch. they've got fewer individuals than ever, and their
population is getting older quickly. And the strategy in their ministry is altering as
well: instead of purely feeding and garments the terrible, spiritual sisters are
now operating to handle the social constructions that give a contribution to poverty,
fighting what one nun calls “social sin.” within the face of a altering international and moving priorities, girls religious
must additionally fight to strike a stability among the tasks of their
faith and the restrictions imposed upon them by means of their church.
researched and engagingly written, Called
to Serve bargains a compelling portrait of Catholic ladies religious
throughout American history.
By R. Scott Appleby,Kathleen Sprows Cummings
Over the process the 20 th century, Catholics, who make up 1 / 4 of the inhabitants of the us, made major contributions to American tradition, politics, and society. They outfitted robust political machines in Chicago, Boston, and ny; led influential exertions unions; created the most important inner most college approach within the kingdom; and validated an unlimited community of hospitals, orphanages, and charitable corporations. but in either scholarly and well known works of background, the specific presence and company of Catholics as Catholics is nearly completely absent.
In this publication, R. Scott Appleby and Kathleen Sprows Cummings compile American historians of race, politics, social thought, exertions, and gender to handle this lacuna, detailing in cogent and wide-ranging essays how Catholics negotiated gender kinfolk, raised young children, thought of battle and peace, navigated the office and undefined, and imagined their position within the nationwide fable of origins and ends. a protracted late corrective, Catholics within the American Century restores Catholicism to its rightful position within the American story.
By Merienne Lynch