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Cross in the Sand - Early Catholic Church in Florida, 1513-1870 (Paperback, Second Edition): Michael Gannon Cross in the Sand - Early Catholic Church in Florida, 1513-1870 (Paperback, Second Edition)
Michael Gannon
R511 Discovery Miles 5 110 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The story of the early centuries of the Catholic Church in Florida, the oldest establishment of the Christian faith in the United States, is one of the most remarkable in Florida's more than 400 years of history. Michael Gannon first traces Florida's discovery by Catholics, their subsequent explorations, the Spanish settlements, and the evangelization of the Indians, followed by the tragic end of the missions and the temporary collapse of Catholic ascendancy during the British period. The story continues with the reappearance of Catholicism among Minorcan immigrants; the establishment by the Church of Florida's (and the nation's) first schools and hospitals; the schism of the St. Augustine's Church Wardens in the 1820s and 1830s; the arrival of Florida's first bishop, Augustine Verot, in 1858, and beyond.

Across these pages stride Indians from the woods and shores; priests, conquistadors, and statesmen; Spaniards and Minorcans, Unionists and Confederates, mothers and nuns, the rich and the poor, the innocent and the repentant.

Illustrated with maps and rare old sketches and photographs, The Cross in the Sand is as exciting and easy to read as a novel. The book's literary grace is matched by its historical authenticity, because Gannon has used all available manuscripts as well as the best secondary sources of this and past centuries.

Innovation in Early Modern Catholicism (Hardcover): Ulrich L. Lehner Innovation in Early Modern Catholicism (Hardcover)
Ulrich L. Lehner
R2,856 Discovery Miles 28 560 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This volume demonstrates that the Catholic rhetoric of tradition disguised both novelties and creative innovations between 1550 and 1700. Innovation in Early Modern Catholicism reveals that the period between 1550 and 1700 emerged as an intellectually vibrant atmosphere, shaped by the tensions between personal creativity and magisterial authority. The essays explore ideas about grace, physical predetermination, freedom, and probabilism in order to show how the rhetoric of innovation and tradition can be better understood. More importantly, contributors illustrate how disintegrated historiographies, which often excluded Catholicism as a source of innovation, can be overcome. Not only were new systems of metaphysics crafted in the early modern period, but so too was a new conceptual language to deal with the pressing problems of human freedom and grace, natural law, and Marian piety. Overall, the volume shines significant light on hitherto neglected or misunderstood traits in the understanding of early modern Catholic culture. Re-presenting early modern Catholicism more crucially than any other currently available study, Innovation in Early Modern Catholicism is a useful tool for advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, and scholars in the fields of philosophy, early modern studies, and the history of theology.

Innovation in Early Modern Catholicism (Paperback): Ulrich L. Lehner Innovation in Early Modern Catholicism (Paperback)
Ulrich L. Lehner
R891 Discovery Miles 8 910 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This volume demonstrates that the Catholic rhetoric of tradition disguised both novelties and creative innovations between 1550 and 1700. Innovation in Early Modern Catholicism reveals that the period between 1550 and 1700 emerged as an intellectually vibrant atmosphere, shaped by the tensions between personal creativity and magisterial authority. The essays explore ideas about grace, physical predetermination, freedom, and probabilism in order to show how the rhetoric of innovation and tradition can be better understood. More importantly, contributors illustrate how disintegrated historiographies, which often excluded Catholicism as a source of innovation, can be overcome. Not only were new systems of metaphysics crafted in the early modern period, but so too was a new conceptual language to deal with the pressing problems of human freedom and grace, natural law, and Marian piety. Overall, the volume shines significant light on hitherto neglected or misunderstood traits in the understanding of early modern Catholic culture. Re-presenting early modern Catholicism more crucially than any other currently available study, Innovation in Early Modern Catholicism is a useful tool for advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, and scholars in the fields of philosophy, early modern studies, and the history of theology.

My Daily Life (Paperback): Anthony J. Paone My Daily Life (Paperback)
Anthony J. Paone
R243 R201 Discovery Miles 2 010 Save R42 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Total Consecration to Jesus Thru Mary - The 33 Day Method of Prayer & Meditation According to St. Louis de Montfort... Total Consecration to Jesus Thru Mary - The 33 Day Method of Prayer & Meditation According to St. Louis de Montfort (Hardcover)
Louis De Montfort
R362 Discovery Miles 3 620 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Medieval Papalism (Routledge Library Editions: Political Science Volume 36) (Hardcover): Walter Ullmann Medieval Papalism (Routledge Library Editions: Political Science Volume 36) (Hardcover)
Walter Ullmann
R2,971 Discovery Miles 29 710 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This volume deals with the problem of State and Church in the Middle Ages from a new angle. It not only shows how and why the medieval popes pursued a policy of world domination, but also discloses the ideas by which the papal monarchs were primarily influenced.

Repealed - Ireland's Unfinished Fight for Reproductive Rights (Paperback): Camilla Fitzsimons Repealed - Ireland's Unfinished Fight for Reproductive Rights (Paperback)
Camilla Fitzsimons; As told to Sinead Kennedy; Foreword by Ruth Coppinger
R404 R377 Discovery Miles 3 770 Save R27 (7%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In Ireland, 2018, a constitutional ban that equated the life of a woman to the life of a fertilised embryo was overturned and abortion was finally legalised. This victory for the Irish Repeal movement set the country alight with euphoria. But, for some, the celebrations were short-lived - the new legislation turned out to be one of the most conservative in Europe. People still travel overseas for abortions and services are not yet fully commissioned in Northern Ireland. This book traces the history of the origins of the Eighth Amendment, which was drawn up in fear of a tide of liberal reforms across Europe. It draws out the lessons learned from the groundbreaking campaign in 2018, which was the culmination of a 35-year-long reproductive rights movement and an inspiring example of modern grassroots activism. It tells the story of the 'Repeal' campaign through the lens of the activists who are still fighting in a movement that is only just beginning.

Revolt Against Reality - Fighting the Foes of Sanity and Truth-From the Serpent to the State (Paperback): Gary Michuta Revolt Against Reality - Fighting the Foes of Sanity and Truth-From the Serpent to the State (Paperback)
Gary Michuta
R440 R378 Discovery Miles 3 780 Save R62 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Order of Mass (Paperback): Victor Hoagland The Order of Mass (Paperback)
Victor Hoagland
R102 R84 Discovery Miles 840 Save R18 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
English Catholicism 1558-1642 (Paperback, 2nd edition): Alan Dures, Francis Young English Catholicism 1558-1642 (Paperback, 2nd edition)
Alan Dures, Francis Young
R883 Discovery Miles 8 830 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Newly revised and updated, the second edition of English Catholicism 1558-1642 explores the position of Catholics in early modern English society, their political significance, and the internal politics of the Catholic community. The Elizabethan religious settlement of 1559 ostensibly outlawed Catholicism in England, while subsequent events such as the papal excommunication of Elizabeth I, the Spanish Armada, and the Gunpowder Plot led to draconian penalties and persecution. The problem of Catholicism preoccupied every English government between Elizabeth I and Charles I, even if the numbers of Catholics remained small. Nevertheless, a Catholic community not only survived in early modern England but also exerted a surprising degree of influence. Amid intense persecution, expressions of Catholicism ranged from those who refused outright to attend the parish church (recusants) to 'church papists' who remained Catholics at heart. English Catholicism 1558-1642 shows that, against all odds, Catholics remained an influential and historically significant minority of religious dissenters in early modern England. Co-authored with Francis Young, this volume has been updated to include recent developments in the historiography of English Catholicism. It is a useful introduction for all undergraduate students interested in the English Reformation and early modern English history.

Shreveport Martyrs of 1873 - The Surest Path to Heaven (Paperback): Very Reverend Peter B Mangum Jcl, W Ryan Smith Ma, Cheryl H... Shreveport Martyrs of 1873 - The Surest Path to Heaven (Paperback)
Very Reverend Peter B Mangum Jcl, W Ryan Smith Ma, Cheryl H White Ph D; Foreword by Archbishop Christophe Pierre
R449 R372 Discovery Miles 3 720 Save R77 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Papacy, the Jews, and the Holocaust (Paperback): Frank J. Coppa The Papacy, the Jews, and the Holocaust (Paperback)
Frank J. Coppa
R840 Discovery Miles 8 400 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The papacy has long played a crucial role in western civilization. To many, its history and theology have seemed steeped in hostility toward the Jews. In the post-World War II era, the initial focus was on Pope Pius XII's stance during the Holocaust; it soon expanded, however, to the broader question of the papacy and the Jews. The present work transcends the thicket of controversy and provides a historical account of the relationship between the papacy and the Jews in the modern age, and the interaction between clerical anti-Judaism and secular anti-Semitism. In light of the polemical debate this subject has aroused during the past half century, this is no small task. In this work, acclaimed author and historian Frank J. Coppa once again proves a capable guide to exploring the issues. In 1963, Helmut Hochhuth's play "The Deputy" sparked controversy about Pius XII's role during the genocide and the general responsibility of previous popes and the Catholic Church in bringing it about. Some have argued that Pius XII's "silence" can only be understood in the context of centuries of Christian "disparagement" of Jews, seeing the differences between Christian anti-Judaism and Nazi anti-Semitism as one of degree not of kind, with both contributing to the Holocaust. Others have denied the Christian roots of anti-Semitism, noting the difference between clerical anti-Judaism, motivated by religious considerations, and modern anti-Semitism, based on a racial ideology. Coppa explores both contentions in examining the Vatican's response to modern anti-Semitism. This work not only examines Rome's reaction during the fascist period but delves into the broader historical development and the impact of theological anti-Judaism. Coppa contends that developments are seldom, if ever, driven by a single force but flow from a multiplicity of factors. While some considerations are more important than others, their significance is to be determined by historical inquiry rather than imposed by preconception. He untangles these developments in this masterful work. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Frank J. Coppa is professor of history at St. John's University. In addition to Controversial Concordats: The Vatican's Relations with Napoleon, Mussolini, and Hitler, published by CUA Press, he is the author or editor of twenty books. PRAISE FOR THE BOOK: "Frank Coppa approaches this controversial subject with admirable clarity and balance. Notable differences emerge with respect to the attitudes and actions of successive nineteenth- and twentieth-century popes, culminating in John Paul II's acknowledgment of, and efforts to mitigate, the Church's earlier history of anti-Jewish prejudice and oppression. Coppa's comprehensive, up-to-date bibliography of primary and secondary sources will be most useful for readers wishing to delve deeper into this compelling topic."--Steven F. White, Mount Saint Mary's University "This is a judicious, well-balanced historical appraisal of the relationship between the Papacy and the Jews in the modern age. Frank Coppa has explored the Vatican relationship to traditional anti-Judaism and modern anti-Semitism in all its dimensions, both positive and negative. Unlike more polemical studies on the Vatican and the Holocaust, Coppa's book weighs the historical evidence and seeks to explain the positions taken by the Papacy toward the Jews in different times and periods. This is an enlightening and well-balanced study."--Peter Kent, University of New Brunswick "With this work, Frank Coppa has burnished his well-deserved reputation as the dean of today's historians of the modern papacy. Eschewing the polemic and diatribe that too often characterizes studies on the papacy and the Jews, Coppa presents a sweeping, yet painstakingly detailed, overview of this difficult subject. Neither rabid anti-papal writers nor animated apologists for

Letters 204-270, Volume 5 (Paperback): Saint Augustine, Wilfrid Parsons Letters 204-270, Volume 5 (Paperback)
Saint Augustine, Wilfrid Parsons
R946 Discovery Miles 9 460 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This volume concludes the series of translations of the Letters of St. Augustine in Fathers of the Church. The Letters recently discovered by Johann Divjak have not yet been translated. While many of the letters in this volume date from the closing decade of Augustine's life, the last thirty-nine cannot with certainty be assigned to a definite date. As to subject matter problems stemming from the Donatist schism and Pelagianism still claim a fair part of Augustine's attention. He is also obliged to defend himself against objections raised by ecclesiastics against his teachings on grace, free will and predestination. Problems of Church discipline continued to call for attention to the very end of the life of the bishop of Hippo. Very likely the best known letter is Letter 211, the so-called Rule of St. Augustine; it is also the most controversial. Occasioned by disturbances in a local community of sisters who apparently already had some norms to regulate their community life, the letter focuses on shortcomings in charity, observance of the common life, prayer, mortification, care of the sick, modest demeanor outside the convent, respect and obedience toward the superior. In the sense of a complete set of norms officially approved by the Church for a religious community, however, the Letter is not a rule.

Don Quixote and Catholicism - Rereading Cervantine Spirituality (Paperback): Michael McGrath Don Quixote and Catholicism - Rereading Cervantine Spirituality (Paperback)
Michael McGrath
R906 Discovery Miles 9 060 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Four hundred years since its publication, Miguel de Cervantes's Don Quixote continues to inspire and to challenge its readers. The universal and timeless appeal of the novel, however, has distanced its hero from its author and its author from his own life and the time in which he lived. The discussion of the novel's Catholic identity, therefore, is based on a reading that returns Cervantes's hero to Cervantes's text and Cervantes to the events that most shaped his life. The authors and texts McGrath cites, as well as his arguments and interpretations, are mediated by his religious sensibility. Consequently, he proposes that his study represents one way of interpreting Don Quixote and acts as a complement to other approaches. It is McGrath's assertion that the religiosity and spirituality of Cervantes's masterpiece illustrate that Don Quixote is inseparable from the teachings of Catholic orthodoxy. Furthermore, he argues that Cervantes's spirituality is as diverse as early modern Catholicism. McGrath does not believe that the novel is primarily a religious or even a serious text, and he considers his arguments through the lens of Cervantine irony, satire, and multiperspectivism. As a Roman Catholic who is a Hispanist, McGrath proposes to reclaim Cervantes's Catholicity from the interpretive tradition that ascribes a predominantly Erasmian reading of the novel. When the totality of biographical and sociohistorical events and influences that shaped Cervantes's religiosity are considered, the result is a new appreciation of the novel's moral didactic and spiritual orientation.

Return to the Root - Reflections on the Inner Life (Paperback): Joyce Rupp Return to the Root - Reflections on the Inner Life (Paperback)
Joyce Rupp
R419 R355 Discovery Miles 3 550 Save R64 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Consoling Thoughts on Trials of an Interior Life, Infirmities of Soul and Body, Etc. (Paperback, 27th edition): St.Francis De... Consoling Thoughts on Trials of an Interior Life, Infirmities of Soul and Body, Etc. (Paperback, 27th edition)
St.Francis De Sales; Compiled by Pere Huget
R321 R270 Discovery Miles 2 700 Save R51 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Yes, And... - Daily Meditations (Paperback): Richard Rohr Yes, And... - Daily Meditations (Paperback)
Richard Rohr
R378 Discovery Miles 3 780 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love - Practical Insights from John Paul II's Love and Responsibility (Paperback, 2nd ed.):... Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love - Practical Insights from John Paul II's Love and Responsibility (Paperback, 2nd ed.)
Edward Sri
R397 R331 Discovery Miles 3 310 Save R66 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Benedictine Daily Prayer - A Short Breviary (Leather / fine binding, second edition): Maxwell E. Johnson Benedictine Daily Prayer - A Short Breviary (Leather / fine binding, second edition)
Maxwell E. Johnson; The Monks of Saint John'S Abbey
R1,061 R853 Discovery Miles 8 530 Save R208 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

2021 Catholic Media Association Award first place award in backlist beauty Benedictine Daily Prayer provides an everyday edition of the Divine Office for people who desire to pray with the church in a simple manner. Based on fifteen hundred years of liturgical prayer within the Benedictine monastic tradition, Benedictine Daily Prayer offers a rich diet of classic office hymnody, psalmody, and Scripture. This fully revised edition includes: A new organization for the Office of Vigils, structured on a two-week cycle Daily Offices also arranged on a two-week cycle Patristic readings for each Sunday Concluding prayers for the daily and seasonal offices A more user-friendly layout Benedictine Daily Prayer is designed for Benedictine oblates, Benedictine monastics, and men and women everywhere. Small enough to fit in a briefcase for travel, it is arranged by date. Scripture readings are from the NRSV.

Story of a Soul - The Autobiography of the Little Flower, St. Therese of Lisieux, with Additional Writings (Paperback):... Story of a Soul - The Autobiography of the Little Flower, St. Therese of Lisieux, with Additional Writings (Paperback)
St.Therese of Lisieux; Translated by Thomas Taylor
R211 Discovery Miles 2 110 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Complete edition of the Story of a Soul by Saint Therese of Lisieux, translated by Thomas Taylor.

This edition includes over 288 footnotes, and many additional letters, counsels, and prayers, creating a study edition for readers to better understand St. Therese’s ‘little way’ to deepening a relationship with God. Read with an open heart, this book is helpful to read again and again at various stages of life.

No student of thought should be without this historic book.

Pray for Us - 75 Saints Who Sinned, Suffered, and Struggled on Their Way to Holiness (Paperback): Meg Hunter-Kilmer Pray for Us - 75 Saints Who Sinned, Suffered, and Struggled on Their Way to Holiness (Paperback)
Meg Hunter-Kilmer
R418 R354 Discovery Miles 3 540 Save R64 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
NRSVCE, Great Quotes Catholic Bible, Leathersoft, Blue, Comfort Print - Holy Bible (Leather / fine binding): Catholic Bible... NRSVCE, Great Quotes Catholic Bible, Leathersoft, Blue, Comfort Print - Holy Bible (Leather / fine binding)
Catholic Bible Press
R1,171 R874 Discovery Miles 8 740 Save R297 (25%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Bringing the wisdom of the ages to the palm of your hand The Great Quotes Catholic Bible features an array of beautiful quotes from saints, artists, and popes, allowing you to study God's Word with the leaders of our faith each time you open the Bible. The text of this beautiful edition is presented in two-columns on each page for easy reading, with a beautiful stained-glass motif throughout. It comes complete with full-color maps and two elegant ribbon markers to keep your place during study or prayer. Includes quotes from: St. Augustine, St. Ignatius, St. John Chrysostom, St. Joan of Arc, Blessed Pope Pius IX, Mother Teresa, St. Francis of Assisi, Pope John Paul II, Pope St. Gregory the Great, Benedict XVI, Pope Francis and so many more. Features Include: Complete Catholic Bible with the official imprimatur of the Roman Catholic Church 120 beautiful, artistically rendered quotation pages from popular figures in the Church's history for deeper study Anglicized text utilizing British English spelling and grammar within the text Durable Smyth-sewn binding lies flat in your hand or on your desk Full-color maps are a visual representation of the locations where key events take place in the Bible Two double-sided satin ribbon markers so you can easily navigate and keep track of where you were reading Classic raised detail on the spine Presentation page allows you to personalize this special gift by recording a memory or note Words of Christ in black for a reading experience that is easy on your eyes throughout Scripture Gilded page edging Exclusive 10-point Catholic Comfort Print (R) typeface created specifically for Catholic Bible Press by 2K/DENMARK type foundry

English Catholicism 1558-1642 (Hardcover, 2nd edition): Alan Dures, Francis Young English Catholicism 1558-1642 (Hardcover, 2nd edition)
Alan Dures, Francis Young
R2,851 Discovery Miles 28 510 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Newly revised and updated, the second edition of English Catholicism 1558-1642 explores the position of Catholics in early modern English society, their political significance, and the internal politics of the Catholic community. The Elizabethan religious settlement of 1559 ostensibly outlawed Catholicism in England, while subsequent events such as the papal excommunication of Elizabeth I, the Spanish Armada, and the Gunpowder Plot led to draconian penalties and persecution. The problem of Catholicism preoccupied every English government between Elizabeth I and Charles I, even if the numbers of Catholics remained small. Nevertheless, a Catholic community not only survived in early modern England but also exerted a surprising degree of influence. Amid intense persecution, expressions of Catholicism ranged from those who refused outright to attend the parish church (recusants) to 'church papists' who remained Catholics at heart. English Catholicism 1558-1642 shows that, against all odds, Catholics remained an influential and historically significant minority of religious dissenters in early modern England. Co-authored with Francis Young, this volume has been updated to include recent developments in the historiography of English Catholicism. It is a useful introduction for all undergraduate students interested in the English Reformation and early modern English history.

A Brief Apology for a Catholic Moment (Paperback): Jean-Luc Marion A Brief Apology for a Catholic Moment (Paperback)
Jean-Luc Marion; Translated by Stephen E. Lewis
R472 Discovery Miles 4 720 Ships in 7 - 13 working days

A timely new work by one of France's premier philosophers, A Brief Apology for a Catholic Moment offers insight into what "catholic" truly means. In this short, accessible book, Jean-Luc Marion braids the sense of catholic as all-embracing and universal into conversation about what it is to be Catholic in the present moment. A Brief Apology for a Catholic Moment tackles complex issues surrounding church-state separation and addresses a larger Catholic audience that transcends national boundaries, social identities, and linguistic differences. Marion insists that Catholic universalism, with its core of communion and community, is not an outmoded worldview, but rather an outlook that has the potential to counter the positivist rationality and nihilism at the core of our current political moment, and can help us address questions surrounding liberalism and religion and what is often presented as tension between "Islam and the West." As an inviting and sophisticated Catholic take on current political and social realities-realities that are not confined to France alone-A Brief Apology for a Catholic Moment is a valuable contribution to a larger conversation.

Life and Works (Paperback): St Gregory Thaumaturgus, Michael Slusser Life and Works (Paperback)
St Gregory Thaumaturgus, Michael Slusser
R922 Discovery Miles 9 220 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Born of an aristocratic pagan family at Neocaesarea in Pontus at the beginning of the third century, St. Gregory received his early training in literature and rhetoric in his birthplace. While visiting Caesarea in Palestine, he chanced to hear the Christian philosopher and theologian Origen and remained there for five years as his pupil. Deeply influenced by Origen, Gregory returned to Pontus a convinced Christian and became the first bishop of Neocaesarea. His dedication greatly influenced his people, and he became known as ""Gregory the Great,"" ""the Teacher,"" or ""the Wonderworker."" ,br>St. Gregory's influence is clear from the many Lives (or narrations) that circulated in the fourth and fifth centuries, the prayers and invocations that asked for his patronage, and his place in Eastern canon law. Of his life, however, not much is known. No manuscript collection of his writings was made in antiquity. This volume presents the earliest and most important life of Gregory Thaumaturgus, preached by St. Gregory of Nyssa, and all the works that can be attributed to Gregory Thamumaturgus himself. It includes his Address of Thanksgiving to his teacher Origen; his Christian adaptation and interpretation of the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes; his regulations restoring order in the Christian community after an invasion by the Goths; a remarkable treatise on God's ability to suffer and another on the Trinity; and two small texts that may or may not have been written by him. This is the first time that these texts have been brought together in any language. The extensive introduction and notes offer readers an unprecedented opportunity to learn about ""The Wonderworker.

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