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American Catholic Identity: Essays in an Age of Change
1 American Catholic Identity: Essays in an Age of Change
Sheed & Ward November 1994 1556127073 / 9781556127076 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
Previous owner's name and green mark on inside front cover. No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Appears unread. 
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American Catholic Religious Thought
2 American Catholic Religious Thought
Paulist Press October 1987 0809128845 / 9780809128846 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
Name and green mark on inside cover. Good tight and square binding. Some markings throughout. Cover shows signs of wear. 
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3 American Religious Heretics: Formal and Informal Trials in American Protestantism
Abingdon Press January 1966 B000B6S0YG Hardcover Used - Very Good Good 
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4 Contemporary reflections on the medieval Christian tradition;: Essays in honor of Ray C. Petry
Duke University Press January 1974 0822303043 / 9780822303046 Hardcover Used - Very Good Poor 
Previous owner's name and green mark on inside front cover. No apparent marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. 
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5 Documents of American Catholic History [2-volume set]
Regnery January 1967 B001700OEE Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
Previous owner's name and green mark on inside front cover. Pages tanned due to age. No apparent marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Volume 1: The Church in the Spanish Colonies; Volume 2: From the Ssecond Plenary Council at Baltimore in 1866 to the Present 
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6 MEDIEVAL FAITH AND SYMBOLISM
Harper & Brothers January 1980 B00AAJ2TR8 Hardcover Used - Very Good 
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7 Piety, Politics and Ethics: Reformation Studies in Honor of George Wolfsans Farell (Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies, V. 3)
Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, June 1984 0940474034 / 9780940474031 Hardcover Used - Very Good No Jacket 
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8 The Catholic as Historian
The Catholic University of America Press November 2006 1932589279 / 9781932589276 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
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9 A. C. F. Beales The Catholic Church and International Order
Allen Lane / Penguin Books April 1941 B0006D7YXC First Edition Soft Cover Used - Good 
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10 A. D Wright The counter-reformation: Catholic Europe and the non-Christian world
St. Martin's Press January 1982 0312170211 / 9780312170219 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
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The Situation of the Church and Religious Practices in Occupied Lithuania - Part I. Under the Soviet occupation, 1940-41, A. Trakiskis
11 A. Trakiskis The Situation of the Church and Religious Practices in Occupied Lithuania - Part I. Under the Soviet occupation, 1940-41
Lithuanian Bulletin May 1944 B0007DNAR0 Hardcover Used - Very Good 
No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This is a report based on authentic information, eye-witness stories adn Soviet Administration documents. TOC: I.) Catholicism in Lithuania: its origin and position; // II.) Soviet 'Freedom of Religion' and the Truth; // III.) Expulsion of Religion from Public Institutions; // IV.) Liquidation of Religious Organizations; // V.) Religious press and liturature; // VI.) Campaign against Religious Holidays; // VII.) Attitude toward teh Clergy; // VIII.) Conclusion; // Index 
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12 A.A. Richard E. Lamoureux Emmanuel d'Alzon to Educators at Assumption
Twenty-Third Publications January 2010 1585957844 / 9781585957842 Trade Paperback Used - Like New 
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13 A.F. Pollard THE JESUITS IN POLAND
Haskell House January 1971 B000RAXW6M Hardcover Used - Very Good 
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14 Alice Corbin. Henderson BROTHERS OF LIGHT. Penitentes of the Southwest.
Rio Grande Press, January 1962 B00FMD8L6U Hardcover Used - Very Good No Jacket 
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15 Aloys Grillmeier; Translator-John Bowden From the Apostolic Age to Chalcedon (451) (Christ in Christian Tradition: Volume One)
Westminster John Knox Pr November 1975 0804204926 / 9780804204927 Hardcover Used - Very Good No Jacket 
Previous owner's name and green mark on inside front cover. No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. GEntly read. No DJ . . . . . .. 'Aloys Grillmeier wrote Christ in Christian Tradition: From the Apostolic Age to Chalcedon in 1964 and proved himself to be acquainted not only with the debates of the early church, but also with Christological issues in modern theology. His first chapter runs through the present situation and its dismissal of biblical witness. After that, Grillmeier himself goes to the biblical witness of Christ as a person. His descriptions proved to be biblically faithful and exegetically informed. For Grillmeier there is continuation between the thought of the early church and the apostolic biblical data (Contra-Harnack who saw massive helenization in the early church). So after this foundational conversation, Grillmeier starts to talk about the development of christology in the second century. Some of the conclusions that can be drawn after the survey of the second century debates are that Arianism and Gnosticism are probably the greatest enemies on the rise. There are a few attempts to come to a doctrine of the two natures, but those are very shy attempts. It can be said that one of the greatest aims of Grillmeier in the book is to make the reader aware of the Logos-sarx and the Logos-anthropos debate. The author argues that is completely necessary for the biblical authors to understand a Logos-anthropos christology. Christ has to have a human nature comprised of body and soul. Probably drawing from Gregory of Nazianzus soteriological formulation, Grillmeier said several times that what Christ does not take, he cannot save. Therefore, the human nature has to be understood here as body and soul. Still, in the early steps of the church, Origen is the first to talk about Christ's soul, but he does not develop it in the correct way. There is plenty of middle-platonism in Origen and also his christology flirts with a dangerous variety of subordinationalism. In the second part of the book, Grillmeier dives into two dangerous opponents to biblical christology: Arianism and Apollinarianism. Starting with the developments that lead to the Nicaea, the author indicts Arius and several arians for their Logos-flesh christology. Common to arianism and as a ultimate consequence of the arian thought is Apollinarianism, which also works in the logos-sarx framework. Here the danger is the Logos acting as the human soul of Christ (leading to concept as the Mia Physis). Another debated topic in this section was Athanasius' Christology. Even though there are some that would classify Athanasius with a more Antiochene christology, Grillmeier wants to place him together with the Alexandrians, because of his Logos-sarx understanding. The second section of part two of the book deals with the developments of the Logos-anthropos christologies. Even though some of the first developments are still working in some kind of Logos-sarx framework, (like Diodore of Tarsus, the Capadocian fathers and others, who saw a soul in christ, but not as of theological importance, 357) the rise of a discussion on the soul of Christ becomes a landmark. So in the eve of Ephesus, there are already theologians speaking in some terms that are almost chalcedonians. Theodore, for example, became a champion of the critique of the Logos-sarx christology and also was able to speak of one hypostasis and two natures. Grillmeier still has doubts on wether hypostasis here means person of if it is equivalent to physis. However, we come long ways in the early church to finally hear something like this. The debate over Nestorius is still very complex and even Grilmeier at times seems not to want to take a position (229). However, it seems clear that the fact that in the unity of the natures, Nestorius uses prosopon for the natures and attributes of Christ (463). This creates difficulties and probably what generates the long debate of Nestorius saying that Christ has two persons. Probably one of the best effects of the nestorian debate was Cyril of Alexandria becoming a Logos-anthropos theologian. When we arrive at Chalcedon, all these debates are in the background and should be informing the definition. However, the definition of the council is biblically informed and it is not a major turning point in the history of the Church (as Harnack argued) it is a continuation of the tradition. ' -- Rafael Bello 
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16 Andre J. Belanger The Ethics of Catholicism and the Consecration of the Intellectual
Mcgill Queens Univ Pr January 1997 0773515178 / 9780773515178 Hardcover Used - Very Good Fine 
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17 Andrew M Greeley THE CATHOLIC PRIEST IN THE UNITED STATES: Sociological Investigations.
United States Catholic Conference January 1972 B000KIDKF4 Hardcover Used - Very Good Very Good 
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18 Anthony F. D'Elia A Sudden Terror: The Plot to Murder the Pope in Renaissance Rome
Harvard University Press November 2009 0674035550 / 9780674035553 Hardcover Used - Very Good Very Good 
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19 Anthony T. Padovano American Culture and the Quest for Christ
Sheed and Ward January 1970 B000JG20VW Hardcover Used - Very Good 
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20 Arnold Damen The One True Church: The Only Church that Christ Established is the Catholic Church (A 'From the housetops' publication - Second Series, No. 3)
The Slaves Of The Immaculate Heart Of Mary 1986 B000J35P6C Pamphlet Used - Like New 
4th Printing (1986) CLEAN!! No marks. Might as well be new. Appears unread. . . . . . . . . THE ONE TRUE CHURCH The Only Church That Christ Established is the Catholic Church By Father Damen 1855 “He that believeth an is baptized shall be saved, but he that believeth not shall be condemned.” Mark xvi. 16. My Dearly Beloved Christians:—From these words of our Divine Saviour, it has already been proved to you, that faith in necessary for salvation, and without faith there is no salvation; without faith there is eternal damnation. Read you own Protestant Bible, 16th verse of St. Mark, and you will find it stronger there than in the Catholic Bible. Now then, what kind of faith must a man have to be saved? Will any faith do? Why, if any faith will do, the devil himself will be saved, for the Bible says the devils believe and tremble. It is, therefore, not a matter of indifference what religion a man professes; he must profess the right and true religion, and without that there is no salvation, for it stands to reason, my dear people, that if God reveals a thing or teaches a thing, He wants to be believed. Not to believe is to insult God. Doubting His words, or to believe even with doubt and hesitating, is an insult to God, because it is doubting His Sacred Word. We must, therefore, believe without doubting, without hesitating. I have said, our of the Catholic Church there is no divine faith—can be no divine faith out of that Church. Some of the Protestant friends will be shocked at this, to hear me say that out of the Catholic Church there is no divine faith, and that without faith there is no salvation, but damnation. I will prove all I have said. I have said that out of the Catholic Church there can be no divine faith. What is divine faith? When we believe a thing upon the authority of God, and believe it without doubt, without hesitating. Now, all our separated brethren outside of the Catholic Church take the private interpretation of the Bible for their guide; but the private interpretation of the Bible can never give them divine faiths. 
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