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Blessed Trinity and Our Christian
The Blessed Trinity and Our Christian Vocation is about the mystery by which there is one God in three Persons. This book breaks down the mysteries of God and the attributes associated with each of the Persons to help students understand its implications for living the Christian life. The Didache Semester Series is a series of high school textbooks, teacher's manuals, and student workbooks published by Midwest Theological Forum. Each title spans one academic semester. These titles have been developed according to the 2007 curriculum framework from the USCCB Subcommittee on the Catechism to assist in the publication of religious education textbooks for Catholic high schools. This book, The Blessed Trinity and Our Christian Vocation, corresponds to Book II: Who Is Jesus Christ? in the curriculum framework. This textbook is published with ecclesiastical approval from the Archdiocese of Chicago, and it has been granted conformity with the Catechism of the Catholic Church by the USCCB Subcommittee on the Catechism.
Brand: Brand: Midwest Theological Forum ASIN: 1936045044
From Holy Communion to Blessed
n France this small work by the Reverend Father Bernadot O. P.: treating of the relation between Holy Communion and the indwelling of the Blessed Trinity in the soul, has had a large circulation. We may hope in consequence that it has effected considerable good, by making its readers realize more fully and deeply one of the most consoling and helpful doctrines of our Faith, e.g., the indwelling not only of the Holy Ghost, but of the Three Persons of the Blessed Trinity in the souls of all those in a state of sanctifying grace. This great fact is realized by comparatively few lay Catholics, and, may we not also say, insufficiently inculcated from our pulpits? All the saints have insisted that progress in holiness depends on a growing realization of the Divine Presence. "All sins are committed," says St. Teresa, "because we do not think of God as really present, but imagine Him as very far off." St. Francis of Sales rernarks: "Most of the failures of good people in the discharge of their duty come to pass because they do not keep themselves sufficiently in the Presence of God." This Presence of God we should try and realize, is not only that of His creative and conserving action, which is common to all being, but the indwelling of the Blessed Trinity in the souls of each of us prov...
Blessed Trinity: Book of Catholic
A wonderful Catholic book of prayers including traditional artwork in black and white. This prayer book also contains traditional Catholic doctrine such as: The Chief Commandments and Laws of the Church; The Holy Days of Obligation; The Ten Commandments; Capital Sins; Acts of Faith, Hope, and Love; Litanies and prayers to Saints; and The Rosary. It is an outstanding compilation of precious Catholic prayers.
The Saving Name of God the Son (Teaching the Language of the Faith: Blessed Trinity: Father, Son and Holy
Through the serene beauty of word and image, The Saving Name of God the Son introduces the very young to the Christian mystery of Jesus Christ, Second Divine Person of the Trinity. The first title in a set of three board books on the Blessed Trinity and first work in the Teaching the Language of the Faith Series, this full-color book focuses on the invocations and titles of Christ. Drawing from the rich treasure of biblical language and doctrinal understanding of our Catholic Faith, and using the luminous art of Fra Angelico, the life of our Lord is depicted from conception to the promise of his final return. Lavishly Illustrated.
Brand: Bethlehem Books ASIN: 1932350306
The Complete Works of Elizabeth of the Trinity, vol. 1 (featuring a General Introduction and Major Spiritual Writings) (English and French
Translated by Aletheia Kane, OCD. Includes major spiritual writings and General Introduction, plus 5 pages of photos. Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity - Elizabeth Catez, who died in 1906 at the age of 26 in the Carmel of Dijon, is a mystic for our times, with a profound spirituality rooted not in visions and voices but in attention to the indwelling Trinity and in the call to become a praise of glory for God. This first volume of her Complete Works contains her major spiritual writings, including two sets of retreat notes (Heaven in Faith and Last Retreat) and her famous prayer - O My God, Trinity Whom I Adore. A comprehensive introduction to Elizabeth's life and spirituality by the editor, Conrad De Meester, is also included, along with detailed notes and 5 pages of photos.
Brand: Brand: ICS Publications ASIN: 0935216014
The Complete Works of Elizabeth of the Trinity, vol. 2 (featuring Her Letters from
Translated by Anne Englund Nash. Includes all her letters from Carmel, plus diagrams and 8 photos. Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity (Elizabeth Catez) is a mystic of our times, who entered Carmel in 1901 at the age of twenty-one, and died there five years later. Her biblical spirituality, based on the epistles of her dear Saint Paul and the mystery of the divine indwelling, has inspired countless Christians. This second of three volumes of her Complete Works contains all of Elizabeth's surviving letters from Carmel, along with 8 photos. In simple and tender language, writing to friends and family, Elizabeth returns again and again to the great themes of her spirituality: the indwelling Trinity, silence and solitude, living by love, becoming a praise of glory (laudem gloriae) by sharing in the dying and rising of Jesus Christ. Here too we find many of her best-known sayings, e.g., I have found my heaven on earth, for heaven is God, and God is in my soul. In his introductions and careful notes, Father Conrad De Meester, O.C.D., explains the background of each of Elizabeth's letters from Carmel, most of which have never before appeared in English. Anne Englund Nash continues the style set in the first volume of the Complete Works, presenting a translation that reflects both the lite...
Brand: Brand: Ics Pubns ASIN: 0935216545
The Blessed Trinity and Our Christian Vocation, Parish Edition (The Didache Series) by James Socias
This second book of the Didache Parish Series is about the mystery by which there is one God in three Persons. This book breaks down the mysteries of God and the attributes associated with each of the Persons of the Blessed Trinity to help students understand its implications for living the Christian life. Created in accordance with the USCCB Curriculum Framework for Parish and Youth Ministry Programs, Midwest Theological Forum has adapted its well-known Didache Semester Series textbooks for Catholic High Schools into an easy-to-use format for parishes and home study programs. Each of the eight Didache Parish Series titles is divided into individual weekly lessons intended to be covered over the course of one semester. The full-color, illustrated text provides ample column material, which includes Vocabulary terms, Focus Questions, Guided Exercises, Discussion Questions, and quotes from "YouCat."
In Sinu Jesu: When Heart Speaks to Heart--The Journal of a Priest at
In 2007, Our Lord and Our Lady began to speak to the heart of a monk in the silence of adoration. He was prompted to write down what he received, and thus was born In Sinu Jesu, whose pages shine with an intense luminosity and heart-warming fervor that speaks directly to the inner and outer needs of our time with a unique power to console and challenge.The pages of this remarkable record of spiritual communication range across, and plunge into, many fundamental aspects of the spiritual life: loving and being loved by God; the practice of prayer in all its dimensions; the unique power of Eucharistic adoration; trustful surrender to divine providence; the homage of silence; the dignity of liturgical prayer and the sacraments; the mystery of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass; priestly identity and apostolic fruitfulness; the role of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the saints in our lives; sin, woundedness, mercy, healing, and purification; the longing for heaven and the longed-for renewal of the Catholic Church on earth.Given the harmony of its content with the teaching of Sacred Scripture, Catholic Tradition, and well-known works of the mystics, it is eminently fitting that In Sinu Jesu be published in full at this time (it has been granted the imprimatur). Passages from this journal have...
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He Is My Heaven: The Life of Elizabeth of the
This book tells of the life story of this special soul: Part One covers the early years and Part Two covers her life in Carmel. A modern mystic, Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity was a Discalced Carmelite nun who died in 1906 in the Dijon Carmel of France at the young age of twenty-six and was beatified by Pope John Paul II on November 25, 1984. Although influenced by Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, a near contemporary of hers, Elizabeth's spirituality was distinctive in its own way, and it has inspired many Christians. Elizabeth attributes her biblical spirituality to her dear Saint Paul; her name, Elizabeth, which literally means House of God, captured her ongoing theology of the indwelling of the Blessed Trinity, found in the silence of prayer, transforming the very one who prays into a Praise of Glory (Eph. 1:6, 12). One of her most famous sayings, I have found heaven on earth, since heaven is God, and God is in my soul, epitomizes Elizabeth's realization of this doctrine in her spiritual experience. She described her mission as leading souls to seek and to find God in prayer: My mission in heaven will be to draw souls, helping them to go out of themselves to cling to God, with a spontaneous, love-filled action, and to keep them in that great interior silence which enables God t...
Brand: Brand: ICS Publications ASIN: 0935216251
The One Thing Is Three: How the Most Holy Trinity Explains
With humor and ease, Father Michael Gaitley, MIC, deftly unlocks the "one thing," the key to the Church's wisdom, and the greatest mystery of the Catholic faith: the Most Holy Trinity. Far from being a scholarly or academic read, The "One Thing" is Three makes deep theology accessible to every-day Catholics. What's more, it makes even what's familiar or forgotten appear in a way that's new, exciting, and relevant. Thus, The "One Thing" is Three brings its readers a unique and powerful experience of the faith. It's the perfect book for the Year of Faith.
A Beginner's Book of Prayer: An Introduction to Traditional Catholic
Learning to pray the Catholic way can be difficult for those who are new to the faith. What are the prayers? When do we pray them? Why do we pray them? In A Beginner's Book of Prayer, esteemed prayer-book author and editor William G. Storey provides nearly 200 prayers of the Catholic Church for anyone needing an introduction to traditional Catholic prayers. The prayers are frequently placed in their historical and liturgical contexts, and the prayers are grouped by theme to make them easy to find. Anyone learning to pray, or simply wanting a better understanding of the prayers we pray, is sure to benefit from this book.
Brand: 1home ASIN: 0829427929
Four Witnesses: The Early Church in Her Own
What was the early Church like? Contrary to popular belief, Rod Bennett shows there is a reliable way to know. Four ancient Christian writers--four witnesses to early Christianity --left us an extensive body of documentation on this vital subject, and this book brings their fascinating testimony to life for modern believers. With all the power and drama of a gripping novel, this book is a journey of discovery of ancient and beautiful truths through the lives of four great saints of the early Church--Clement of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch, Justin Martyr, and Irenaeus of Lyons.
Brand: Ignatius Press ASIN: 0898708478 UPC: 008987084785
Elizabeth of the Trinity
Available in English for the first time, this short book is a powerful introduction to the spiritual wisdom of one of the Church's newest saints: Elizabeth of the Trinity. There was nothing extraordinary in Elizabeth of the Trinity's life. There were no ecstasies. She didn't work miracles. She didn't communicate heavenly messages through visions or words she heard. Instead, she presented a message to modern man through her own life of fidelity, showing us that the true road to contemplative prayer is not an ascent to grasp God, but a descent into the depths of one's heart. She teaches us that only by drawing our souls inwardly can we move toward bold abandonment and achieve immersion in God, thereby connecting our spiritual lives to the eternal praise of the saints in heaven. In our noisy culture, Elizabeth of the Trinity reminds us of God's power to establish in us a profound and peaceful stillness. She reminds us that that the Trinity is our home, and that God has created us in order to be united to Christ. In these pages, Sister Giovanna della Croce presents a brief and readable introduction to the teachings of Elizabeth of the Trinity, showing us the truth path to contemplative prayer. St. John Paul II considered Elizabeth of the Trinity to be one of the most influential mys...
The Praise of Glory: Reminiscences of Sister Elizabeth of the Trinity, a Carmelite Nun of Dijon, 1901-1906 (Classic
French army, was born July 10, 1880. The family settled at Dijon, and after the premature death of the father, the mother devoted herself entirely to her two daughters, who, in return, were passionately fond of her and of each other. It was an ideal household pious, but not narrow-minded, cheerful, and evidently in comfortable circumstances. At the time of her first Communion Elizabeth learnt to overcome her temper ;she also made up her mind to become a nun indeed, the thought was not new even then. The wise mother did not oppose the child, but her education must be completed. An attractive proposal of marriage was but half-heartedly entertained by the mother, and not at all by the daughter. Instead of this, the love of our Lord grew steadily in the childs heart until it reigned supreme, and at length exclusively. The mother foresaw the ultimate issue, but demurred until the daughter had come of age, and then she hastened the sacrifice which must have been greater for her than for her child. The latter entered the Carmelite convent at Dijon, August 2, 1901; took the habit on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, made her profession January n, 1903, received the veil on the 2ist, and died, after an illness of eight months, November 9, 1906.(Typographical errors above are due to ...
A Lenten Journey with Jesus Christ and Blessed Elizabeth of the
I think that in heaven my mission will be to draw souls by helping them go out of themselves to cling to God by a wholly simple and loving movement, and to keep them in this great silence within that will allow God to communicate himself to them and transform them into Himself. (Blessed Elizabeth, Letter 335).How can we experience this inner silence, this sacred space within that awaits realization in the heart of each one of us?... from A Lenten Journey with Jesus Christ and Blessed Elizabeth of the TrinityAccept the invitation to journey through Lent with Jesus Christ and one of the great spiritual writers of the Catholic Church, Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity. Inside you will find an Invitation from Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity, a short biography of Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity, and Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity on Prayer: Our Life in Christ within the Indwelling Trinity.Each day of Lent, weekdays and Sundays, begins with: a Gospel Reading, a selection from the Writings of Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity, a Reflection, and a Prayer. Let this book help you explore the spiritual wisdom of Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity and the journey to God.
Christ, the Life of the Soul
[i]Christ, the Life of the Soul[/i] by Blessed Columba Marmion is a classic guide to the spiritual life that had a direct influence on several Popes, generations of priests and religious, and countless members of the laity. Firmly rooted in the Bible, the Liturgy, and the writings of the Saints and Doctors of the Church, Marmion explores every aspect of Catholic dogma — with penetrating insight — but his great emphasis is on the person of Christ,and the doctrine of Divine Adoption. Written for Christians in every walk of life, here are pages of practical knowledge and timeless wisdom -- a "how to" guide filled with rich insight, spiritual refreshment, inspiration and encouragement.
Jesus Showed Us!
What is God like? The answer depends on the imagination of those we ask. Some of those answers are not very healthy—especially for children! Many ideas and images of God are harmful, such as the angry God who threatens us. Or the distant God who is not there when we need him. Or the magical God who will grant our wishes if we are good enough or beg hard enough. Such ideas of God make it hard for us to love God with our whole heart or to let God love us. God noticed this problem. God wanted us to know what God is really like. So God decided to do something. What’s the best way for God to tell us what God is like? By showing us—in person! And that is exactly what God did! God came into our world as Jesus Christ. Jesus is what God has to say about Godself. What did Jesus show us about God? Jesus showed us that God is Love!Not just any kind of love. God is perfect love that never stops loving. Jesus showed us this in so many ways. The four gospels, written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, tell us that story. They tell us how Jesus showed us God. Everything Jesus said and did was about this message: God is Love.God loves everyone, and that means God loves you. Each page of this book shares the gospel story of God’s love, seen in Jesus. What is God like? Jesus sho...
Every Catholic An Apostle: A Life of Thomas A. Judge, CM,
Born in Boston of immigrant parents, Thomas A. Judge, CM (1868-1933) preached up and down the east coast on the Vincentian mission band between 1903 and 1915. Disturbed by the "leakage" of the immigrant poor from the church, he enlisted and organized lay women he met on the missions to work for the "preservation of the faith," his watchword. His work grew apace with, and in some ways anticipated, the growing body of papal teaching on the lay apostolate. When he became superior of the godforsaken Vincentian Alabama mission in 1915, he invited the lay apostles to come south to help. "This is the layman's hour," he wrote in 1919. By then, however, many of his lay apostles had evolved in the direction of vowed communal life. This pioneer of the lay apostle founded two religious communities, one of women and one of men. With the indispensable help of his co-founder, Mother Boniface Keasey, he spent the last decade of his life trying to gain canonical approval for these groups, organizing them, and helping them learn "to train the work-a-day man and woman into an apostle, to cause each to be alert to the interests of the Church, to be the Church." The roaring twenties saw the work expanded beyond the Alabama missions as far as Puerto Rico, which Judge viewed as a gateway to Latin Ameri...
The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your
What if changing our perception of God has the potential to change everything? God is not what you think. Visions of an angry, distant, moral scorekeeper or a supernatural Santa Claus handing out cosmic lottery tickets to those who attend the right church or say the right prayer dominate our culture. For many others, God has become irrelevant or simply unbelievable. In The Divine Dance, Fr. Richard Rohr (with Mike Morrell) points readers to an unlikely opening beyond this divinity impasse: the at-times forgotten, ancient mystery of the Trinity—God as utterly one, yet three. Drawing from Scripture, theology, and the deepest insights of mystics, philosophers, and sages throughout history, Fr. Rohr presents a compelling alternative to aloof and fairytale versions of God: One God, belovedly in communion, as All-Vulnerable, All-Embracing, and All-Given to you and me. The Divine Dance makes accessible and practicable the Christian tradition's most surprising gift... God as Community...as Friendship...as Dance. Are you ready to join in?
Brand: Unknown ASIN: B01KW5LRKY
A Prayer Book of Catholic
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.
Brand: Loyola Press ASIN: 0829420304