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Reading Mark for the First Time

Reading Mark for the First Time

Wilfrid J. Harrington explores his favorite gospel, the Gospel of Mark, with emphasis on why Mark tells the story the way he does. Harrington backs up his appreciation of the literary sophistication by outlining Mark’s technique. He demonstrates Mark’s storytelling and writing ability, and discusses the centrality of the cross to Mark’s account of Jesus. Mark’s theology is a theology of the cross, and his Jesus is the most human out of all the gospels. Harrington admires Mark’s realism, and confirms his conviction that the cross is indeed the heart of Christianity.

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Faith of Our Fathers: Why the Early Christians Still Matter and Always Will

In two-and-a-half centuries, the Church Fathers converted the pagan world without resources, or social or political power. Even with the most primitive communications media, the message of Jesus Christ increased the size of the Church by 40 percent per decade over the course of those centuries. In Faith of Our Fathers: Why the Early Christians Still Matter and Always Will, Mike Aquilina argues that hundreds of years later, we still have a lot to learn from these Church Fathers.

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Come and See: The Gospel of Mark

Come and See: The Gospel of Mark

The Gospel of Mark studies the oldest Gospel on record, the first Gospel put into writing, showing us the life and ministry of Jesus. Mark narrates the Good News in a way that involves the reader. When the central message–Jesus is the Son of God–unfolds, every part of the narration, whether healings, parables, teachings, exorcisms or miracles, engages the reader to better understand the identity of Jesus.

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Word and Icon

Christ is God’s “Word and Icon.” God not only authors his definitive word by his Holy Spirit, he also fashions his image in the flesh of Jesus of Nazareth. Indeed, Jesus as his father’s “eikon” is the visible image of the invisible God (Col. 1:15). For two millennia iconographers have tried to depict the uncreated, divine essence and energy of Christ—his living light, which permeates the cosmos, shining upon creation.

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Faith Comes from What is Heard: An Introduction to Fundamental Theology

Faith Comes from What is Heard: An Introduction to Fundamental Theology

Faith Comes from What Is Heard: An Introduction to Fundamental Theology informs both the heart and mind as it brings together dogmatic and biblical theology, the Thomistic tradition, the teachings of the Fathers of the Church, and the contemporary Magisterium. Drawing heavily upon the works of St. Thomas Aquinas, Bl. John Henry Newman, Joseph Ratzinger, and St. John Paul II, the author examines the foundations of Catholic theology, or Fundamental Theology, “which is theology’s reflection on itse...

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St. Jerome-Origen: Commentary on Isaiah, Origen Homilies 1–9 on Isaiah

Saint Jerome is best known as the translator of the Latin Vulgate Bible. In medieval times, Jerome was declared to be one of the four great Doctors of the Latin Church. The Council of Trent spoke of him as “the greatest doctor in the explanation of Holy Scripture.” Jerome’s Commentary on Isaiah is his longest extant work and considered by many to be his magnum opus. Respected scholar Thomas P. Scheck has offered the English speaking world the first translation of Commentary on Isaiah, as well as an introduction to Saint Jerome’s life and work and translations of Origen’s homilies on Isaiah. The work is heavily indebted to the Greek exegetical tradition, especially Origen.

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Liturgy: The Illustrated History

Liturgy: The Illustrated History

This volume traces the history of liturgy from its origins in the second century to the present-day Church. Written by one of the foremost liturgical scholars, Father Keith Pecklers, this exceptional book is a geography of Christianity, analyzed period by period. It is an anthropological history of the Church that involves relationships with architecture, art, literature, culture, pastoral and ecclesiastical government—as well as with its connections with the civil power and the organization of ...

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