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TGHE NEW PARISH PRIEST By Fr BRIAN BAINBRIDGE
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Helping a Parish move from a traditional "top-down" organization to a "self-organizing" way of being - the story of such change.
Suscipio: Catholic Confirmation for a New Millenium By Mike Ashland
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A new way to look at Confirmation for the new millennium. Not for the faint of heart parish. It's one year. It takes a lot of work. There's no place to hide. This is life-changing way to prepare... More > students for Confirmation and it takes a dedicated team to pull it off. Not scared, yet? Then you're probably ready!< Less
Suscipio: Catholic Confirmation for a New Millenium By Mike Ashland
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A new way to look at Confirmation for the new millennium. Not for the faint of heart parish. It's one year. It takes a lot of work. There's no place to hide. This is life-changing way to prepare... More > students for Confirmation and it takes a dedicated team to pull it off. Not scared, yet? Then you're probably ready!< Less
Divorced. Catholic. Now What? By Lisa Duffy, Vince Frese
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A must read for divorced men and women, especially if you are Catholic. This book is an indispensable tool for healing, no matter how long you've been divorced. Originally a successful program... More > directed in parishes, "Divorced. Catholic. Now What?" provides answers to the difficult questions that Catholics face when they divorce, practical tools to help move past the pain and loneliness, and hope for the future. Testimonials state this book will change your life. Purchase this book today and turn the corner toward a new life.< Less
Sensible Places: essays on place, time, & countryside By GMW Wemyss
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Acclaimed author of works on the fall of the Chamberlain government and on the sinking of RMS Titanic, GMW Wemyss is also the West Country's beloved essayist, here returning to rural matters and... More > their cosmic echoes and harmonies in this seasoned and seasonal collection of essays. Sheep, chalk-streams, eccentric neighbours, Evensong, village cricket, Lib Dems in the wild, the pub and the parish jumble: here are reportage, reminiscence, and a gift for making the daily round a meditation upon eternity. Elegant, epigrammatic, and acute, these meditations and essays form a countryman's calendar of changeful time and the eternal moment: life in sprung rhythm. This is a countryside classic, wise and humane, after the fashion of Gissing's Henry Ryecroft and the memoirs of Adrian Bell.< Less
Orthodox Anglican Priest's Manual By Paul Taylor
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The offices for the sick and dying are the forgotten child of the Book of Common Prayer. The rubric has not been updated since 1549, but much has changed since then. People go to hospitals and... More > nursing homes instead of taking to their bed. With longer life spans and modern medicine, people are living longer and often experience more and longer hospitalizations. Visitation of the Sick has been shortened to reflect use in a hospital or nursing home instead of at home. The Reserved Sacrament is usually preferable when ministering to the sick. The Communion Service is intended for use by chaplains and parish clergy during visits to hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities. It could also be used outside of chaplaincy. Chaplains have found that many of those who are dying like to have the Psalms read to them, so the Psalter has been included from the 1928 BCP (except for Psalm 23, which is KJV).< Less
Orthodox Anglican Priest's Manual By Paul Taylor
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The offices for the sick and dying are the forgotten child of the Book of Common Prayer. The rubric has not been updated since 1549, but much has changed since then. People go to hospitals and... More > nursing homes instead of taking to their bed. With longer life spans and modern medicine, people are living longer and often experience more and longer hospitalizations. Visitation of the Sick has been shortened to reflect use in a hospital or nursing home instead of at home. The Reserved Sacrament is usually preferable when ministering to the sick. The Communion Service is intended for use by chaplains and parish clergy during visits to hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities. It could also be used outside of chaplaincy. Chaplains have found that many of those who are dying like to have the Psalms read to them, so the Psalter has been included from the 1928 BCP (except for Psalm 23, which is KJV).< Less
He Never Let Go: The true story of the evangelist who stopped believing in God By Lynda Alsford
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"If you're suffering a crisis of faith, or know someone who is, read this book!" E. Ives "I thoroughly enjoyed this; couldn't put it down in fact...Lynda has written from a place of... More > complete honesty...An excellent and potentially life changing book! Duopastorale At the beginning of 2009 Lynda Alsford was the parish evangelist at Christ Church Turnham Green in Chiswick, West London. But she was. . . Living a lie Preaching one thing. Believing another. Lost in broken dreams Her dreams in tatters around her feet. Addicted to overeating She buried her pain in binge eating He Never Let Go tells the story of an evangelist dealing with a crisis of faith. But it is ultimately the story of a loving heavenly Father, who never let His rebellious child go.< Less
My Disquiet Gene 5-29-12 By Jerry Heintzberger
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With the changing barometer of time, many of us Gays will be more resolute as we accept ourselves as we are amid our intuition. We are healers and doers.I am grateful that I can acknowledge greater... More > concerns. There are core values for human dignity The heartfelt experiences of my early happy home life while being rebellious at a Catholic elementary school may have quickened my spiritual insights.In his autobiography, brother Henry wrote, re St Joseph School,” they were happy years for all of us.” My undiagnosed disability to learn how to read caused painful learning blocks. Although I felt demoralized re my failure at school, I refused to allow that to dictate my worth. The tentacles of control from the church and school were far reaching. The crazed authoritarians came from the Vatican, the diocese, the local parish.The Apostle’s Creed, was repugnant to me as a youngster and appalling to me as a spiritual seeker!< Less
Nobody Calls Me Father Anymore: Experiencing the Priesthood from Pre to Post Vatican Two By Richard Gonser D.Min
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A retired Catholic priest relates his experience of the changing face of the priesthood from seminary to retirement. What he writes about those turbulent and challenging years from 1950 to 2010... More > reveals the personal and, at times, the very difficult journey of a parish priest. With remarkable clarity and detail, Fr. Gonser shares his story of more than fifty years of priesthood in the Diocese of Cleveland. Young and older readers, laity and priests will be fascinated or reminded about the tumult of those years. An intriguing journey! Rev. Albert A. Krupp, Delegate for Senior Priests, Diocese of Cleveland While nobody may call him Father anymore , Richard Gonser writes movingly about the mystery of grace working in his own life and in the lives of the people he served and loved. His memoir captures his quiet fidelity to Gospel values in the challenging year following the Second Vatican Council. Rev. Donald Cozzens, author of Notes from the Underground: The Spiritual Journey of a Secular Priest.< Less