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Correspondence of St. Chrysostom with the Bishop of Rome By Saint John Chrysostom
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John Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, was an important Early Church Father. He is known for his eloquence in preaching and public speaking, his denunciation of abuse of authority by both... More > ecclesiastical and political leaders, the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, and his ascetic sensibilities. After his death in 407 he was given the Greek epithet chrysostomos, meaning "golden mouthed" in English, and Anglicized to Chrysostom. The Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches honor him as a saint and count him among the Three Holy Hierarchs, together with Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzus. He is recognized by the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church as a saint and as a Doctor of the Church. Churches of the Western tradition, including the Roman Catholic Church, some Anglican provinces, and parts of the Lutheran Church, commemorate him on 13 September. Some Lutheran and many Anglican provinces commemorate him on the traditional Eastern feast day of 27 January.< Less
Lavender Mountain Anthology VI By Rome Area Writers
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PAPERBACKRome Area Writers.... The 2006 collection of poetry and prose by members, the sixth annual edition. Writers within: Bernice Couey Bishop Anderson, Bill Barker, William A. Campbell, Roger W.... More > Harrington, Ralph Helser, Dekie Hicks, David C. Hightower, Danny Lee Ingram, Dick Ingram, Margaret A. Ingram, Bill Monday, Jay Morrow, Shirley Owens, Robert G. Rakestraw, Ruth Baird Shaw, Mark R. Watters, Elizabeth O. Wooten. Also available in a hardcover casewrap version at www.TaylorsRidge.us< Less
The School of Saint Philip Neri By Bishop Crispino
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Bishop Crispino invites his readers to become scholars in the school of Saint Philip and to pursue holiness by the saint's methods and example as well as those of his immediate disciples.Saint Philip... More > Neri was chosen by God to renew the penances, the holiness and the miracles of the Fathers of the desert in the heart of post-Renaissance Rome. Many of his disciples also attained great holiness under the Saint’s guidance. The city of Rome was transformed. He converted great sinners and little ones and even ... the lukewarm. He knew how to cure vices however incurable and shameful they might appear. Humour and humility, austerity and originality seasoned his apostolate. Every page of his life-story is fascinating, yet this book is not a biography, but a complete guide to the spiritual life:one that is irresistibly entertaining, with its constant thread of edifying anecdotes, charming the reader’s imagination as it leads him insensibly to aspire to imitate as well as admire.< Less
Eight Hamlets By David Bishop
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The study of the humanities today cries out for revolutionary change. Pickled in jargon and preaching to the choir, so-called Theory floats free of practice. Specialists enmeshed in esoteric... More > superfluities fiddle with abandon while Rome burns. Literature becomes the alleged possession of an ever-shrinking coterie, until it dries up and blows away. To bring the news of great art, and thought, to the public should be the central purpose of education. To bring great works to life, to show their vital relevance to our brief term on earth, to excite, to challenge, to expand the mind, touch the heart and feed the soul, to connect with other human beings, close to home and at the ends of the earth: this is progress, and progress is possible. This book proposes a direction of progress in the understanding of Hamlet, by examining the interpretations of Bradley, Goddard, Jenkins, Cavell, Bloom, Greenblatt and Garber. The eighth Hamlet, the point of view I compare with the others’, is mine.< Less
Eight Hamlets By David Bishop
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The study of the humanities today cries out for revolutionary change. Pickled in jargon and preaching to the choir, so-called Theory floats free of practice. Specialists enmeshed in esoteric... More > superfluities fiddle with abandon while Rome burns. Literature becomes the alleged possession of an ever-shrinking coterie, until it dries up and blows away. To bring the news of great art, and thought, to the public should be the central purpose of education. To bring great works to life, to show their vital relevance to our brief term on earth, to excite, to challenge, to expand the mind, touch the heart and feed the soul, to connect with other human beings, close to home and at the ends of the earth: this is progress, and progress is possible. This book proposes a direction of progress in the understanding of Hamlet, by examining the interpretations of Bradley, Goddard, Jenkins, Cavell, Bloom, Greenblatt and Garber. The eighth Hamlet, the point of view I compare with the others’, is mine.< Less
A Theological Study of The Book of Romans By Arch Bishop D.A. Miller, D.D. Ph.D.
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Paul addressed the Book of Romans to both Jews and Gentiles, even though Rome was primarily a Gentile city. Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that most believers in the churches at Rome were... More > Gentiles. The reason that this was important is that the Judaizers continued to infiltrate the local churches and Paul was determined to stop their false message of adding law-keeping to grace from taking root, and to demonstrate that the Gospel is for all, Jews and Gentiles.< Less
Studies on the Early Papacy By John Chapman
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[Hardcover] John Chapman, fourth abbot of Downside, takes up the question of the papacy in the first centuries of Christianity. Eschewing selective apologetics, he favors a reasoned study of the... More > textual evidence of historical events. By these, he illustrates the early authoritative role expected of or taken by Rome’s bishop at pivotal moments in early Church history. This volume offers much substance to those interested in the question of papal prerogatives. Chapman argues in favor of Catholic claims, but does so with such care as a historian that his work has received high approval even from such an eminence as the famed Anglican historian Henry Chadwick who, in his own book on the history of the early Church, saw fit to recommend Chapman’s work to readers interested in the question. There have been many successors to Chapman but few, if any, have engaged with precisely the matters that he discusses in such detail. His book remains an important voice in the modern conversation.< Less
The Writings of Pope Saint Fabian By Pope Saint Fabian
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The collected writings of Pope Saint Fabian, with footnotes. Includes: Epistles (First, Second, and Third), Decrees, and Elucidations. A valuable look into early Christianity from a Church... More > Father. Pope Saint Fabian was Pope, or Bishop of Rome, from January 236 to January 20, 250, succeeding Pope Anterus. Eusebius (Church History, VI. 29) relates how the Christians, having assembled in Rome to elect a new bishop, saw a dove alight upon the head of Fabian, a layman and stranger to the city, who was thus marked out for this dignity, and was at once proclaimed bishop by acclamation, although there were several famous men among the candidates for the vacant position. He is said to have baptized the Roman emperor Philip (Marcus Julius Philippus) and his son, to have done some building in the catacombs, to have improved the organization of the church in Rome, and to have appointed officials to register the deeds of the martyrs.< Less
Sacramentary Vol 1 By Jonathan Britt
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This is the 1998 translation of the Roman Missal, rejected by Rome, yet approved by all the Bishop's Conferences. This volume contaims the Proper of the Seasons.
Sacramentary Vol 1 By Jonathan Britt
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This is the 1998 translation of the Roman Missal, rejected by Rome, yet approved by all the Bishop's Conferences. This volume contaims the Proper of the Seasons.