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Joseph Ratzinger's Theological Ideas
Language: en
Pages: 174
Authors: James Corkery
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher:

Finding Virginia follows David's search to regain solid ground after being hit by the same economic woes that have shaken America's middle class -- the dot.com bust, real estate crash, college debt -- problems suddenly compounded by his father's failing health during the summer of 2011. A true story, his
The Word Made Love
Language: en
Pages: 224
Authors: Christopher S. Collins
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-05-01 - Publisher: Liturgical Press

From scholarly monographs to papal homilies, Joseph Ratzinger has insisted consistently over decades that Christianity is not a set of ideas to believe or, even less, moral laws to follow. Rather, Christianity is about a person and our encounter with that person. In The Word Made Love, Christopher Collins identifies
The Papacy Since 1500
Language: en
Pages: 275
Authors: James Corkery, Thomas Worcester
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-08-12 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Structured by detailed studies of significant Popes, these essays explore the evolution of the papacy in the last 500 years.
Christianity and the Culture of Relativism in the Anthropologies of Joseph Ratzinger and Stanley Hauerwas
Language: en
Pages: 312
Authors: Charles Ssennyondo STL STD
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-12-17 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Joseph Ratzinger rates relativism as the greatest challenge of the Church today. What he describes is not a new phenomenon but his theology highlights its origins and magnitude. Stanley Hauerwas fights the same battle on the Protestant side. This book attempts to discover and streamline their deliberations, showing their meeting
A Turning Point for Europe?
Language: en
Pages: 187
Authors: Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-01-01 - Publisher: Ignatius Press

Cardinal Ratzinger addresses the challenges and responsibilities that both the Church and society in Europe face after the collapse of Marxism. Both liberalism and Marxism have denied religion the right to have any influence on public affairs and the common future of humanity. Since there is also a great spiritual