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Not All Autobiography Is Scholarship: Thinking, As A Catholic, About History, Una M. Cadegan 2010 University of Dayton

Not All Autobiography Is Scholarship: Thinking, As A Catholic, About History, Una M. Cadegan

History Faculty Publications

My premise in this essay is that the historian of religion who is a believer has a distinctive need for conscious reflection on this autobiographical connection. Without conscious reflection, it is too easy fall into cheerleading on the one hand or score-settling on the other. is even easier, perhaps, to lapse into self-indulgence-hence the caveat of my title, which is aimed primarily at myself. Thinking about the roots of my work as an historian has made me more consciously attentive to doing the work of the historian, as historian, well. Thinking about where that work has taken me not only ...


Table Of Contents, 2010 University of Dayton

Table Of Contents

Marian Library Studies

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Back Cover, 2010 University of Dayton

Back Cover

Marian Library Studies

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Mary's Relationship To The Holy Spirit: A Focus For The Union Of East And West, Birute Arendarcikas 2010 Australian Catholic University

Mary's Relationship To The Holy Spirit: A Focus For The Union Of East And West, Birute Arendarcikas

Theses

The figure of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a cherished element in all of the apostolic churches, East and West. Each of the various traditions has unique ways of understanding and expressing this foundational ecclesial element. This study attempts to contribute to a deeper understanding of the Blessed Virgin Mary both as Mother of God and Mother of all Christians in the light of the theologies of four theologians representative of the Orthodox Christian East and the Roman Catholic West. It presupposes that the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches' deeper understanding of important common elements can enable Eastern and ...


Catholic Bible Study Program: Old And New Testaments Concluded: The Word In The Hellenistic World Teacher Guidebook, Brian Schmisek, Angelo Giuliano, Judith Hubert, Dorothy Jonaitis 2009 Loyola University Chicago

Catholic Bible Study Program: Old And New Testaments Concluded: The Word In The Hellenistic World Teacher Guidebook, Brian Schmisek, Angelo Giuliano, Judith Hubert, Dorothy Jonaitis

Brian Schmisek

Year four examines God's word as it resonates in the Hellenistic culture that dominated the Mediterranean world from the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC. Most of the books studied this year attempt to cope with this new situation. Students will study the Old Testament wisdom literature, then a variety of post exilic Jewish writings (including the deuterocanonical books), and finally the Gospel According to Matthew, the New Testament letters not studied in second year, and Hebrews. The teacher guidebook is intended to be used with the student workbook.


Catholic Bible Study Program: Old And New Testaments Concluded: The Word In The Hellenistic World Student Workbook, Brian Schmisek, Angelo Giuliano, Judith Hubert, Dorothy Jonaitis 2009 Loyola University Chicago

Catholic Bible Study Program: Old And New Testaments Concluded: The Word In The Hellenistic World Student Workbook, Brian Schmisek, Angelo Giuliano, Judith Hubert, Dorothy Jonaitis

Brian Schmisek

Year four examines God's word as it resonates in the Hellenistic culture that dominated the Mediterranean world from the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC. Most of the books studied this year attempt to cope with this new situation. Students will study the Old Testament wisdom literature, then a variety of post exilic Jewish writings (including the deuterocanonical books), and finally the Gospel According to Matthew, the New Testament letters not studied in second year, and Hebrews.


Friendship Of My Soul. Selected Letters By Elizabeth Ann Seton 1803-1809, Betty Ann McNeil 2009 DePaul University

Friendship Of My Soul. Selected Letters By Elizabeth Ann Seton 1803-1809, Betty Ann Mcneil

Betty Ann McNeil, D.C.

            Friendship of My Soul presents selected letters of Elizabeth Ann
Bayley Seton during a period which became pivotal for her vocation in
life and journey of faith. Elizabeth Seton writes to key correspondents
on matters of family, faith, and friendship. The women with whom she
corresponded included a sister-in-law, the wife of her husband’s business
associate, and a life-long friend. Each woman shared her heart and soul with
the other as they mutually supported one another during ebb and flow of
the tides of their lives.

 


Growth Of The Constitutions Of The Daughters Of Charity, John E. Rybolt 2009 DePaul University

Growth Of The Constitutions Of The Daughters Of Charity, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac provided a rule of life for the Daughters of Charity, followed later by the principal governmental aspects of the community. These were called the Primitive Statutes. This study reviews the history of this text and presents some of the difficulties that arose because of it.


Aspectos De La Relación De Jean Baptiste Etienne Con España, John E. Rybolt 2009 DePaul University

Aspectos De La Relación De Jean Baptiste Etienne Con España, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

Jean Baptiste Etienne, superior general of the Congregation of the Mission (the Vincentians), 1843-78, left an indelible mark on the Vincentians and the Daughters of Charity in Spain. This paper presents the issues and events, with special focus on Buenaventura Armengol, provincial superior of Spain, whom Etienne removed from office and from the Congregation. Another controversial figure was Miguel Domenec, bishop of Pittsburgh (later Allegheny).


Define Dignity, Catholic Institutions And Bullying In The Workplace.Pdf, Craig B. Mousin 2009 DePaul University

Define Dignity, Catholic Institutions And Bullying In The Workplace.Pdf, Craig B. Mousin

Craig B. Mousin

Article addresses the issue of bullying in the workplace, specifically in the context of Catholic institutions.


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