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Thomas P. Rausch, SJ
What will the next generation of Catholics be like? Will they have a strong sense of their identity as Catholic Christians, or will they reflect a more generic Christian identity, without the distinct ...
Theological, Ritual, and Social Perspectives
Mark Searle; Barbara Searle and Anne Y. Koester, Editors
Called to Participate is the late Mark Searle’s last testament on liturgical reform. It draws on the teachings, writings, and international lectures of this noted liturgist and professor. Where do we ...
Challenges and Opportunities
Dean R. Hoge and Aniedi Okure, OP
Foreign-born priests have always played a significant role in America. Only from 1940 to 1960 did the church produce enough native-born priests to serve its parishes. In the past, those priests usuall ...
The Catholic Social Tradition
Judith A. Merkle, SNDdeN
The Catholic social tradition is one of thinking and acting. Within this tradition stand the social encyclicals as unique manifestations of the Church's ethical intuition and commitment to the Gospel ...
Thomas P. Rausch, SJ; Focus Questions and Glossary by Catherine E. Clifford
What is Catholicism? And where is the Catholic Church headed in the third millennium? These two questions provide the structure for Thomas Rausch's Catholicism in the Third Millennium. Here Rausch com ...
Church and Society
Joseph Cardinal Bernardin; Alphonse P. Spilly, CPPS, Editor; Foreword by Roger Cardinal Mahony
Joseph Cardinal Bernardin is widely regarded as having had more impact on the Catholic Church in the United States than any other bishop this century. By the time of his death in 1996 he had attracted ...
Apologists, Evangelists, and Theologians in a Divided Church
Thomas P. Rausch, SJ
How can Catholics find common ground in a divided Church, teaching and reflecting on their faith in a way that is at once critical, faithful to the Catholic tradition, and truly evangelical? In Reconc ...
Toward an Autobiographical Theology in American-Asian Perspective
Peter C. Phan and Jung Young Lee, Editors
How does the experience of being an immigrant, an ethnic minority person on the margins of society, affect one's way of doing theology? In Journeys at the Margin prominent Asian-American theologians r ...
The Bible, Ecology, and Worship
Dianne Bergant, CSA
The first verse of Psalm 24 declares that "the earth is the Lord's" because it was God who "founded it on the seas and established it over the waters." In The Earth Is the Lord's Dianne Bergant explai ...
Michael Glazier and Thomas J. Shelley, Editors
This first reference work of its kind ever published in the United States is a splendid and unique achievement created by hundreds of historians and writers who cooperated to narrate the saga of Ameri ...
Joseph F. Kelly
Like every "lost world," the world of the early Christians was a combination of the foreign and the familiar, the unique and the commonplace. In The World of the Early Christians, Joseph Kelly introdu ...
Judith Dwyer, Editor
The New Dictionary of Catholic Social Thought brings together writers from around the world, writing on present-day social issues as well as historical issues and movements that have shaped our curren ...
Elizabeth A. Clark
"Elizabeth Clark, a patristic scholar and founder of the Department of Religion at Mary Washington College, has drawn upon her depth of scholarship and linguistic ability to make available to an educa ...