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Catholic Book Of Prayers

Author : Maurus Fitzgerald
ISBN : 1941243517
Genre : Religion
File Size : 27. 36 MB
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A Catholic Book Of Hours And Other Devotions

Author : William George Storey
ISBN : 9780829425840
Genre : Religion
File Size : 66. 92 MB
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Storey's new compilation of "The Liturgy of the Hours" is presented in language that is both dignified and contemporary, crafted in accordance with Vatican II's liturgical emphasis and promotion of scriptural prayer.

The Catholic Prayer Book

Author : Michael Buckley
ISBN : 1616366109
Genre : Religion
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In a day when Catholics have less time and yet a greater need than ever for personal prayer, The Catholic Prayer Book is a much-needed resource. Filled with a wide range of prayer from the rich tradition of the Church—including personal, family, and liturgical prayer and prayers for special occasions—The Catholic Prayer Book serves as a treasury of Catholic worship from ancient times up to the present day. This revised edition contains the new translation for Mass. New prayers have been added to make this beloved classic even more of a treasure.

A Prayer Book Of Catholic Devotions

Author : William George Storey
ISBN : 0829420304
Genre : Religion
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This Catholic prayer book by best-selling author William G. Storey contains some of the best traditional devotions to assist in daily prayer throughout the liturgical year. Strongly biblical in tone and content, A Prayer Book of Catholic Devotions was written to carry out a Vatican mandate which promotes the revival of traditional Catholic devotions. This leatherette Catholic prayer book is the first devotional book based on the liturgical year; psalms, canticles, Scripture readings, and traditional prayers help readers celebrate the holy seasons of the year.

Prayers For Catholic Men

Author : Mike Pacer
ISBN : 0867168811
Genre : Religion
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Every day when you wake up, you are faced with a choice: Are you willing to be the man God wants you to be? The moment the alarm sounds is the heroic moment. —from the prayer, "Starting the Day" A pocket-sized guide for daily prayer and victorious living, this book includes both original and traditional prayers to help you focus on God throughout the day and in times of special need. Prayers that get to the point, combined with brief encouraging reflections, provide a framework in which you can open your heart and mind to the will of God. Whatever your situation—from praying for the grace to cope with an annoying person to praying for the strength to overcome despair, Prayers for Catholic Men will help you stay the course, confident that no matter what life throws at you, God is in charge.

Catholic Revision Of The Book Of Common Prayer A Letter To Charles Thomas Lord Archbishop Of Canterbury Etc

Author : Richard Frederick LITTLEDALE
ISBN : BL:A0017413624
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Catholic Devotion In Victorian England

Author : Mary Heimann
ISBN : 019820597X
Genre : History
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This is the first full study of English Catholic spirituality in the modern period. Dr Heimann reassesses Roman Catholic piety as practised in Victorian England, stressing the importance of devotion in shaping the characteristics of the Catholic community. Prayers, devotions, catechisms, confraternities, and missionary work enabled traditional English Catholicism not only to survive, but to emerge as the most resilient Christian community in twentieth-century England. Heimann offers a controversial analysis of the influence of long-established recusant devotions and attitudes in the new context of the reestablishment of Roman Catholicism in England from the mid-nineteenth century. Challenging widely held assumptions that Irish influences, government legislation, or directives from Rome can account for English developments after 1850, Catholic Devotion in Victorian England offers important new insights into religion and culture in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

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