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Dayspring from on High

Advent Prayer

Robert D. Eimer and Sarah A. O'Malley, OSB

In 1994 Pope John Paul II called for Christians to prepare for the 2000th anniversary of the birth of Jesus. In 1997-99, the Church entered into an immediate period of preparation—a three- year Advent in order that the year 2000 might spiritually be a special "year of grace." In these years of preparation, the Pope emphasized the theological virtues of faith, hope, and love plus the virtue of justice. Inspired by the Pope's challenge, Dayspring from on High is a distinctive Advent devotional: the four weeks of Advent have been divided thematically, beginning with Week One, the virtue of faith; Week Two, the virtue of hope; Week Three, the virtue of justice; and culminating in Week Four with the virtue of love. Dayspring from on High includes some traditional elements like the lighting of the Advent candle and singing or reciting “Come, O Come Emmanuel.” A brief quote from Pope John Paul II is the focus of each day’s prayer. In addition, the service invites the reader to more personal prayer, which includes a reflection, a resolution, a Scripture reading, and petitions. The service ends with a contemporary profession of faith. Individuals, families, and those involved in the RCIA will find Dayspring from on High a unique way to enter wholeheartedly into the Advent of the third millennium. Robert Eimer published his first book, Tilted Haloes, in 1964. He has served as pastor in St. Paul and Duluth, Minnesota. He has collaborated with Sarah O'Malley, OSB, in writing several works, including Journey of Decision, Unless You Take Up Your Cross, and Prayer Services for Parish Councils, published by The Liturgical Press. Sarah O'Malley, OSB, is director of pastoral care at St. Thomas the Apostle Parish in Phoenix, Arizona.

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The Monk's Tale

A Biography of Godfrey Diekmann, OSB

Kathleen Hughes, RSCJ

This book is not merely the biography of a man, it is the biography of an era. It recounts a time of turmoil and change that continues to shape the Church even as the life-work of Father Diekmann continues to shape the thought of his colleagues and students. Through his story, this work captures the history and the spirit of the liturgical movement in the U.S. and attempts to recover the vision of liturgy articulated at Vatican II. It also captures the breadth of this man's interests and his roles: scholar, teacher, retreat master, world traveler, ecumenist, social activist, peritus at the Council, storyteller, and, first of all, monk.

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The Historical Atlas of Eastern and Western Christian Monasticism

Juan María Laboa, Principal Author; Matthew J. O'Connell, Translator

From common origins, both African and Middle Eastern, Christian monasticism travels along two parallel streams, branched and informed by mutual influences: the Eastern and the Western. In The Historical Atlas of Eastern and Western Christian Monasticism historians have collaborated to examine the history of Christianity and provide a work of reference where East and West meet and are mutually enriched. The Historical Atlas of Eastern and Western Christian Monasticism brings together many voices speaking from different influences. Russians, Serbians, Bulgarians, Greeks, Latins, Anglosaxons, Americans, Germans, and others serve at the same time as co-authors and readers of a diverse reality that is a common property of Christianity. The Historical Atlas of Eastern and Western Christian Monasticism bears witness to the twofold Christian paradox: on the one hand, "being in the world without being worldly," while the very monastics who have most fully embodied that statement also show us the other side of the paradox, namely, that monasticism has changed the world and even its natural and cultural landscape. Without centuries of monasticism the world would be a different place. Through its engaging text and use of 59 full-color illustrated maps to detail specific locations of important places and events, The Historical Atlas of Eastern and Western Christian Monasticism points out some of the religious goals and thoughts most pursued and most clearly present in the great representatives of the surprising and moving history of monasticism. Chapters are “Universality of the Monastic Phenomenon,” “The Origins of Christian Monasticism,” “Early Christian Monasticism,” “The Western Monastic Tradition,” “Development of Monasticism in the East,” “Development of Monasticism in the West,” “A Millennium of Christian Monasticism in the East,” and “A Millennium of Christian Monasticism in the West.”

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Love That Produces Hope

The Thought of Ignacio Ellacuría

Kevin F. Burke, SJ, and Robert Lassalle-Klein, Editors

Father Ignacio Ellacuría, SJ, president of the University of Central America, leading Latin American philosopher, and liberation theologian, was assassinated with five Jesuit companions and two women on November 16, 1989. Love That Produces Hope brings together leading authorities on key aspects of Ellacuría’s thought. The book introduces readers to the groundbreaking life and thought of Ignacio Ellacuría. His biography and writings embody late twentieth-century transformations and tensions that reshaped the life of the Catholic church among the crucified peoples of Central America. Love That Produces Hope evaluates the significance of Ellacuría’s work, particularly his impact on theology, philosophy, and education. Ellacuría found hope in his faith that God’s grace sustains the tenacious struggle of millions of men, women, and children to nurture those they love in the face of poverty and an uncertain future. Robert Lassalle-Klein, PhD, is associate professor of theology and philosophy at Holy Names University in Oakland, and the author of several books and articles. Kevin F. Burke, SJ, PhD, is associate professor of systematic theology and the director of the licentiate in sacred theology program at Weston Jesuit School of Theology. He has written several books and articles, including various works about Ignacio Ellacuría.

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Joseph, Mary, Jesus

Lucien Deiss, CSSp; Madeleine M. Beaumont, Translator

Father Deiss helps us discover the environment of light—Joseph and Mary's tenderness—in which Jesus' humanity developed. Today, we refer to the Holy Family as "Jesus, Mary, and Joseph." In Nazareth, they said, "Joseph, Mary, and Jesus," or "Joseph, Mary, and child." This work reflects on the child Jesus, stressing the influence that Joseph and Mary had on Jesus' childhood at the human level both intellectually and spiritually. Mindful that post-paschal Christological formulas God, Savior, Messiah, Lord, King, High Priest often run the risk of erasing Jesus' humanity, Joseph, Mary, Jesus, focuses on Jesus' childhood years, highlights his humanity, and presents him to us "familiarly" as a child. It concentrates on the "sources" of Jesus' formation, the rich tradition of the people of Israel, the family practices of Joseph and Mary, and finally on what Jesus discovered on his own in his relation with God. Mary is presented here in her relationship to the child Jesus and in her role as initiator of Jesus' piety. The themes of her Magnificat are also developed in Jesus' preaching. Joseph, nearly forgotten in salvation history, appears for what he was in the tradition of the time, the head of the Holy Family and the one responsible for the formation—including the religious formation—of his child. Throughout this work, Fr. Deiss' aim remains the same, to bestow on readers an understanding of Joseph and Mary's profound love - a love whose single focus was for their child, Jesus. Lucien Deiss, CSSp, for ten years a professor of theology and Scripture at the Grand Scholasticat de Chevilly-Larue, is a pioneer of the biblical and liturgical renewal. He worked for the reform brought about by Vatican II and participated in the ecumenical translation of the Bible. He is the author of numerous books, including Celebration of the Word; Springtime of the Liturgy; and The Mass, published by The Liturgical Press. He has composed many liturgical songs, some of which have been translated into the principal world languages, including Chinese.

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Rule of Prayer, Rule of Faith

Essays in Honor of Aidan Kavanagh, O.S.B.

Nathan Mitchell, OSB, and John F. Baldovin, SJ, Editors

Aidan Kavanagh, O.S.B., is one of the most influential liturgists of the postconciliar period. This volume honors and highlights his contributions as a teacher, writer, and researcher in liturgics by bringing together historical and theological essays by specialists with international reputations, such as Robert Taft (Eastern liturgies), Kenneth Stevenson and Paul Bradshaw (Anglican liturgy; early Christian liturgical history), James F. White (North American liturgical history), and R. Kevin Seasoltz (the impact of postconciliar reforms within Roman Catholicism). In a distinguished career spanning four decades, Father Kavanagh launched the doctoral program in liturgical studies at the University of Notre Dame, supervised the creation of its Center for Pastoral Liturgy, and was professor of liturgics at Yale Divinity School for more than twenty years. His books The Shape of Baptism(1-978) and On Liturgical Theology (1984) are modern classics. A Festschrift designed to celebrate Kavanagh's seminal contributions to liturgical studies, this volume is a collection of essays by fifteen colleagues, friends, and former students. Its contents and authors are ecumenical, representing research by Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Methodist scholars. Its historical range is broad, covering liturgical issues in the early Christian, medieval, and Reformation periods, as well as topics related to the Restoration in seventeenth-century England, and twentieth-century reforms. An annotated bibliography of Father Kavanagh's work is also included. These essays will interest students, members of theology or religious studies departments (in colleges and seminaries, Catholic and Protestant), and other liturgy professionals (directors of diocesan offices, directors of religious education, and directors of catechumenate programs in larger parishes). It's also an ideal addition to any college, university, or seminary library. Contributors and their articles are: Redating the Apostolic Tradition: Some Preliminary Steps by Paul F. Bradshaw Roman Culture and Roman Liturgy by Thomas J. Talley Understanding the Byzantine Anaphoral Oblation by Robert Taft, SJ An Instruction of Philoxenus of Mabbug on Gestures and Prayer When One Receives Communion in the Hand, with a History of the Manner of Receiving the Eucharistic Bread in the West Syrian Church by Aelred Cody, OSB Some Early Medieval Vesting Prayers by Joanne M. Pierce The Medicus and Its Transformation from Its Patristic to Its Medieval and Tridentine Usages by Regis Duffy, OFM Accepit Panem: The Gestures of the Priest at the Institution Narrative of the Eucharist by John F. Baldovin, SJ Crossing Over: Dante's Purgatorial Threshold by Peter S. Hawkins The Mensa Mystica of Simon Patrick (1626-1707): A Case Study in Restoration Eucharistic Piety by Kenneth Stevenson Aspects of the Issue of Per Saltum Ordination: An Anglican Perspective by Louis Weil "Freely by His Grace": Baptismal Doctrine and the Reform of the Baptismal Liturgy in the Church of Scotland 1953-1993 by Bryan D. Spinks The Reconstruction of Rite: The Liturgical Legacy of Wilhelm Löhe by Thomas Schattauer Commendation of the Dying and the Reading of the Passion by David N. Power, OMI The Liturgical Assembly: Light from Some Recent Scholarship by R. Kevin Seasoltz, OSB Thirty Years of the Doctoral Program in Liturgical Studies at the University of Notre Dame, 1965-1995 by James. F. White. John F. Baldovin, SJ, is professor of liturgy at the Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley, California. Nathan Mitchell is associate director for research at the Notre Dame Center for Pastoral Liturgy, Notre Dame, Indiana.

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Dominga's Wonderful Year/El año maravilloso de dominga

Sandi Yonikus; Annika Nelson, Illustrator/Ilustradora

"I want to take you with me through my Wonderful Year!" This invitation from Dominga, a young girl learning the seasons of the church year, will inspire children and charm adults as they discover the meaning behind the liturgical seasons and what they can do to celebrate them. Bright, colorful illustrations and easy-to-read text in both English and Spanish captivate young readers as they find the answers to such questions as "What do the rainbow's colors symbolize?” “We light candles for what special event?” “What time of the year is green for growing?” and “What celebration is more full of wonder than all the others?” For catechists and families looking for a resource that familiarizes children with the Church’s feasts and seasons, Dominga’s Wonderful Year/El año maravilloso de Dominga is an excellent introduction. “Quiero llevarlos conmigo por mi Año Maravilloso!” Esta invitación de Dominga, una niña que está aprendiendo los tiempos del año litúrgico, inspirará a niños y encantará a adultos mientras descubren el sentido de los tiempos litúrgicos y lo que pueden hacer para celebrarlos. Brillantes ilustraciones de mucho color, y texto fácil de leer en los dos idiomas, inglés y español, llaman la atención de los jovenes lectores mientras encuentran respuestas a preguntas tales como “¿Qué simbolizan los colores del arco iris?” “¿Para que evento especial encendemos velas?”#147;¿Qué tiempo del año es verde para crecer?” y “¿Cuál celebración es más maravillosa que todas las demás?” Para catequistas y familias que buscan un recurso que enseñe a los niños las fiestas y tiempos de la Iglesia, Dominga’s Wonderful Year/El año maravilloso de Dominga es una excelente introducción. Sandi Yonikus (1936-1988) was an educator from the University of Illinois and a certified Montessori teacher. As a catechist, she was well versed in Scripture, theology and liturgy. As a workshop presenter she established schools of religious education in the Dioceses of Omaha and Juneau, Alaska. Her Modern Hymns for Young Christians was previously produced by Liturgical Press. Annika Maria Nelson is studio program curator and art director at the Children’s Museum/Museo de los Niños in San Diego. Her illustrations have appeared in numerous books and journals.

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God Speaks to Us in Dreams And Visions

Mary Ann Getty-Sullivan; Marygrace Dulski Antkowski, Illustrator

Grouped around the theme of dreams and visions, God Speaks to Us in Dreams and Visions reveals for children ages 5-10 how God speaks to us through our world, through our history and our literature, and through other people, in our own hearts and lives, in our waking and sleep, and in our everyday activities. The Bible tells us that some of the greatest saints of all times saw and heard the voice of God and God's messengers in the surrender of dreams and in the faith required of the visionary. This experience recurs in the Bible, in stories that tell us how the ordinary reveals the extraordinary. God Speaks to Us in Dreams and Visions, with its beautiful and imaginative illustrations, is a collection of eight Bible stories. Here children learn how God guards Joseph from harm and prepares for the future of Israel; how God speaks through dreams to his prophet Samuel; how God explains to Daniel the writing on the wall; how God calls the young Mary to be a model disciple; and how God rescues Peter from prison through a vision that enables him to better understand his mission for all times. God is as near to us as our dreams and our visions we have for ourselves and our world; that is the meaning of these stories, and a powerful reminder that our God is named Emmanuel, God-with-us. God Speaks to Us in Dreams and Visions is a complement to the two previous volumes in the series God Speaks to Us in Water Stories and God Speaks to Us in Feeding Stories. Eight Dreams and Visions: Jacob's Dream (Gen 28:1-22 Joseph the Dreamer (Gen 37, 39-45) God Calls Samuel in a Dream (1 Samuel 1:9-28) King Nebuchadnezzar's Dream (Daniel 2) The Writing on the Wall (Daniel 5) Another Joseph Has Dreams (Mt 1:18-25; 2:12-23) Gabriel Appears to Mary (Lk 1:26-38) Peter Has a Vision (Acts 12:1-19) Mary Ann Getty-Sullivan teaches at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. She has written many articles and several commentaries on New Testament books, particularly the writings of Saint Paul. She earned her doctorate from the University of Louvain in Belgium, specializing in the New Testament. Marygrace Dulski Antkowski is an artist and member of The Society of Childrens' Book Writers and Illustrators. She lives in Pittsburgh, where she exhibits her watercolor and pastel paintings.

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Ambrose and the Cathedral Dream

Margo Sorenson, Katalin Szegedi, Illustrator

Ambrose the mouse longs to follow in the tradition of his mouse family and help to build the cathedral. However, his mouse cousins tease him because he has been too busy daydreaming to practice the somersaults that startle the tired workers and help them to stay awake. Ambrose resolves to not only help build the cathedral, but to help William the Master Builder find his dream. Join the adventure as Ambrose discovers a way to help William and prove to his mouse cousins and to himself that he can be of value in the building of the cathedral. With lavish, detailed illustrations by award-winning artist Katalin Szegedi, this story will teach children ages 4-10 about the architecture of a medieval cathedral and inspire them to pursue their dreams. Margo Sorenson is the author of over twenty-five books for young readers. She has received recognition and awards from various groups, including the American Library Association. She also wrote the children’s story, Ambrose and the Princess published by Liturgical Press. Katalin Szegedi has been the recipient of many awards for her illustrations including the 2005 Hungarian Illustrator of the Year award and the Hungarian equivalent to the Caldecott Medal in 2001 and 2003. She has also been recognized by the Catholic Book Association for The Weight of a Mass (Gingerbread House; also distributed by Liturgical Press). She is the illustrator of Ambrose and the Princess published by the LIturgical Press. Katalin Szegedi is married and the mother of three children.

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The Uproar in Bethlehem

Michal Hudak

The story of Jesus' birth is charmingly retold in Michal Hudak’s The Uproar in Bethlehem. Following Little Figge, the sheep, and the rest of the flock into Bethlehem, children of all ages will feel the excitement and commotion of the times. As Little Figge and his friends arrive in Bethlehem to register with their shepherd, they cause an uproar in the middle of Bethlehem. The unintentional havoc is happily resolved as it eventually leads them to the stable where Joseph, Mary, and baby Jesus are staying. Perfect for children ages 3-9, The Uproar in Bethlehem has full-color illustrations that will captivate young minds as they are drawn in to the exciting story of Jesus' birth as experienced by Little Figge. Michal Hudak is from Sweden and has written and illustrated several other children's books including The Shepherd and the 100 Sheep published by The Liturgical Press.

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Jesus Is Born

Rolf Krenzer; Linda M. Maloney, Translator; Constanza Droop, Illustrator

Bible stories are appealing to young readers, but no one story has captured the attention of children so much as the story of Jesus' birth. In Jesus Is Born, easy-to-understand text accompanies beautiful, full-color illustrations for children interested in this special Bible story. Many story details can be learned through the illustrations alone. Children ages 5-12 will both learn from and delight in this book. Rolf Krenzer from Germany is an author of children’s books.

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Ambrose and the Princess

Margo Sorenson, Katalin Szegedi, Illustrator

2006 Catholic Press Association Award Winner! For Ambrose and his mouse family, Christmas at the cathedral means pews full of worshipers who may need the help of the mice. This Christmas, Ambrose knows it is his turn to help—but how? The new princess is unhappy and might depart, leaving the church, the convent, and the poor who so badly need her charity and kindness. With encouragement from his mouse family, Ambrose sets out to help the princess. The princess’ world seems enormous to a small mouse, but perhaps it will take someone tiny to notice the one thing that will make the princess happy. Will Ambrose’s bravery and desire to help be large enough to make a difference? With colorful, detailed illustrations by Katalin Szegedi, this story will invite children into Ambrose’s world, and fascinate them with the medieval church. Children will sympathize with Ambrose’s worries, cheer with his successes, and be inspired by his persistence. Children 4-10, schools, libraries, and people of all ages will keep this book nearby and visit Ambrose and his cathedral family again and again. Margo Sorenson is the author of over twenty-five books for young readers. She has received recognition and awards from various groups, including the American Library Association. Katalin Szegedi has been the recipient of many awards for her illustrations including the 2005 Hungarian Illustrator of the Year award and the Hungarian equivalent to the Caldecott Medal in 2001 and 2003. She has also been recognized by the Catholic Book Association for The Weight of a Mass (Gingerbread House; also distributed by Liturgical Press). She is the illustrator for the forthcoming Ambrose the Mouse book by Margo Sorenson, Ambrose and the Cathedral Dream, from Liturgical Press.

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Let's Talk About God/Hablemos de Dios

Written and illustrated by Àngels Comella; Lisa A. Twomey, Translator

2002 Catholic Press Association Award Winner! Let's Talk About God/Hablemos de Dios reminds children about the power of God's love and the many ways God is with them every day. Through bright, colorful illustrations that exude personality and easy-to-read text that appears in both English and Spanish, children come to know that God takes care of all the little things: makes the sun rise every day, makes the grass grow under our feet, makes us different from each other, gives us many chances, is always with us, and loves each and every one of us. Let's Talk About God/Hablemos de Dios reassures children of God's love for them and reminds them to search for God in the things closest to them and within their own hearts. For children ages 4-8.

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Preparing to Celebrate in Schools

Margaret Bick

Liturgical formation requires work, and the obstacles to good celebration in schools are all too clear: poor environment for liturgy, too many children, "crowd control," and confused expectations. Problems abound when we transplant the liturgy into this new environment. Yet school celebrations can be the source of much joy and spiritual enrichment for all concerned. Preparing to Celebrate in Schools addresses problems at their source. In this way it helps you both to avoid the difficulties in school liturgy and to build toward a strong program of liturgical formation in the school—a program which will lead to full, conscious, and active participation by the students in the liturgical life of the Church. Specific examples of how to apply these principles in schools and develop a long-range plan of action are included. Discussion questions and a summary conclude each chapter. Chapters include "What Are We Celebrating?" "How We Celebrate Is Who We Are," "When Should We Celebrate?" "What's a Great Liturgy Doing in a Place Like This?" "How Can We Keep From Singing?" "The Directory for Masses with Children—Definitely Not the Yellow Pages!" and "Where Do We Go from Here?" Margaret Bick, religious education consultant for the Metropolitan Toronto Roman Catholic Separate School Board, Canada's largest Roman Catholic school board, holds a master's degree in liturgy from the University of Notre Dame. She gives workshops in various areas of liturgy and writes on liturgy for several Canadian publications.

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Selected Works of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin: Volume 2

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 the respect and affection of millions around the world. Selected Works of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin provides in two volumes the "essential" Bernardin for those interested in the faith, ecclesial vision, and pastoral insights of this great church leader. This second volume, Church and Society, is at the very heart of the Cardinal Bernardin's teaching ministry with selected talks on the six areas that are most often associated with his name: peacemaking, consistent ethic of life, religion and society, health care, Catholic-Jewish dialogue, and the Catholic Common Ground Initiative. This volume also contains addresses on such favorite topics of Bernardin's as ecclesial vision and mission, evangelization, Catholic education, religion and spirituality, pastoral ministry, and pastoral outreach. Volume 2 is divided into two parts. Part One: The Life of Society includes the following articles under the heading Peacemaking: "1983 Albert Einstein Peace Laureate," "Memorial Service in Honor of the 55th Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King," "The Church in the Public Life of the Nation: The American Bishops' Pastoral Letter," "The Challenge of Peace: Ecumenical Roots and Relationships, Paul Wattson Ecumenical Seminal and Lecture Series," "The Challenge of Peace: Genesis, Principles and Perspectives of the American Bishops' Pastoral Letter," "Dialogue as Universal Foundation of Peace," "Ordering Our Destiny: Politics, Strategy, and Ethics," and "A Century of Social Teaching." Articles included under the heading A Consistent Ethic of Life: "A Consistent Ethic of Life: An American-Catholic Dialogue," "The Death Penalty: An International Human Rights Issue," "The Fact of Poverty Today: A Challenge for the Church," "Seattle University, Seattle, Washington Address," "University of Illinois Health Care Community Address," and "The Consistent Ethic of Life." Articles included under the heading Religion and Society: "The Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World: Its Impact on the Social Teaching of the U.S. Bishops," "Chicago Historical Society Address," "Vatican II's Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World Revisited—25 Years Later," "Catholic Identity: Resolving Conflicting Expectations," "The Catholic Church and U.S. Culture," "Tolerance in Society and Church," and "Remarks on the White House Lawn After Reception of the Medal of Freedom." Articles included under the heading Health Care: "The Consistent Ethic of Life and Health Care Systems," "Spanning the Barriers: Catholic Health Care in a World of Need," "The Consistent Ethic of Life and Health Care Reform," "Making the Case for Not-for-Profit Health Care," and "Renewing the Covenant with Patients and Society." Articles included under the heading Catholic-Jewish Dialogue: "The Chicago Board of Rabbis and the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Address," "Twentieth Anniversary Celebration of Nostra Aetate," "Center for Jewish and Christian Learning Address," "Reception of Tree of Life Award, Jewish National Fund," "Anti-Semitism: The Historical Legacy and Continuing Challenge for Christians," and "Jewish Federation of Chicago Address." Articles included under the heading Catholic Common Ground Initiative: "Initial Press Conference Remarks," "Question-and-Answer Format Response," and "Faithful and Hopeful: The Catholic Common Ground Project." Part Two: The Life of the Church includes the following articles under the heading Ecclesial Vision and Mission: "'The Church's New Self-Understanding,' Symposium on the 20th Anniversary of Vatican II," "'Changing Styles of Episcopal Leadership,' Centennial Conference of the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore," "Satisfying the Hungers of the World's Children: Eucharist: Call to Unity and Peace," "The Catholic University of America Address," "'The Church in the Third Millennium: Age-Old Values and New Challenges,' The Eugene M. Burke, CSP, Lectureship in Religion and Society," "'The Assembly: Basis for Liturgical Renewal,' Southwest Liturgical Conference," "A Pastor's Vision, Parish Vitality Day," and "A Vision of Church: Local Church and Universal Church." Articles included under the heading Evangelization: "A Day in His Name," "'Evangelization: Integrating Focus of All Ministry,' Catholic Evangelization Program," "Evangelization: Integrating Focus of All Ministry," "'Lay Ministry and Evangelization: Sent to Be a Blessing and Blessing the Ones Sent,' Archdiocesan Conference on Religious Education," "'Evangelizing the Active Catholic,' Pentecost '87, A National Satellite Celebration of Catholic Evangelization," and "'A Vision of Evangelization As We Approach a New Millennium,' Congress '88, An Ecumenical Festival of Evangelism." Articles included under the heading Education/Catholic Education: "Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois Address," "Catholic Principals' Association Address," "Newman Centennial Address," "High School Principals Address," and "'Catholic Education—Alive and Well,' Malcolm Sharp Memorial Lecture." Articles included under the heading Religion and Spirituality: "Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Men and Holy Name Societies," "Spiritual Convocation of Priests of the Archdiocese of Newark," "The Spirituality of the Priest," "Priests of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend Address," "Second Monday Club of O'Hare Address," "Priests of the Diocese of Charleston Address," and "'Whoever Is in Christ, Is a New Creation,' Young Adult Catechesis, World Youth Day '93." Articles included under the heading Pastoral Ministry: "'Pastoral Care of the Separated, Divorced and Remarried in Light of the Catholic Theology of Marriage,' Diocesan Directors' Conference, Ministry for Separated and Divorced Catholics," "National Convention of Catholic Campus Ministry," "'Pastoral Care of Immigrants in the United States,' First National Convention on Filipino Ministry," "Family Life Congress, Diocese of Phoenix," "National Association of Catholic Family Life Ministers," and "The United Nations." Articles included under the heading Pastoral Outreach: "Protestant Foundation," "'This Hope Will Not Leave Us Disappointed,' Garrett-Evangelical/Seabury-Western Seminaries," "Leadership Greater Chicago Address," "Humboldt Park-Logan Square-West Town Community Meeting Address," "Civic Unity in Chicago: Is It Only a Dream?" "National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse Address," and "'The Story of the Campaign for Human Development: Theological-Historical Roots,' 25th Anniversary of the Campaign for Human Development." Alphonse P. Spilly, CPPS, served as special assistant to Joseph Cardinal Bernardin in the Archdiocese of Chicago from 1984-1999. He is the director of the Joseph Cardinal Bernardin Center for Theology and Ministry at Catholic Theological Union. He is also the author of First and Second Maccabees of The Collegeville Bible Commentary series and has contributed to The Bible Today, both published by The Liturgical Press.

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