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Catholic Living Bundle (2 vols.)
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Catholic Living Bundle (2 vols.)

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These insightful books provide instruction on two ever-present realities for Catholics today: gender differences and the communal table. Since God’s purposes are intertwined in all aspects of our reality, these books provide readers with a chance to reflect and live appropriately in God’s world. Emily Stimpson Chapman discusses food in the Church’s teaching and provides a way for readers to fast appropriately and also to eat while promoting shared grace among the community of faith. Dr. Monica Migliorino Miller points to the relevance of women in the Church and addresses many misunderstandings about their role. With these resources, readers can learn about experiencing life with increased richness and faith.

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Key Features

  • Expert teaching on the role of women in the life of the Church
  • Contrasts female authority with male authority
  • Utilizes the Scripture and the teachings of the Church fathers
  • Finds a path forward through questions and debate about gender issues
  • Promotes a God honoring approach to food

Product Details

  • Title: Catholic Living Bundle (2 vols.)
  • Individual Titles

    The Authority of Women in the Catholic Church

    • Author: Monica Migliorino Miller
    • Publisher: St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
    • Publication Date: 2015
    • Pages: 198

    Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

    Examining one of the most divisive issues today, The Authority of Women in the Catholic Church details the role of women in the covenant of salvation. Dr. Monica Migliorino Miller defines authentic feminine authority with the support of Scripture, the writings of the Church Fathers, contemporary theological insights, and historical witnesses to the role of women in the Catholic Church.

    Exploring the meanings of both authority and sexuality, Miller’s presentation highlights the significance of women and explains how women exemplify the reality of the Church in relation to Christ and the ministerial priesthood. The author engages modern feminist theologies with clarity and precision, articulating a response to the claims of gender irrelevance and more. The Authority of Women in the Catholic Church affirms the dignity of all women, indicates their place within the Church, and explores possibilities for the future.

    Miller’s book does not just advocate a ‘role’ for women in the Church. As the title indicates, she explains what authority women already have. This is not a polemical or apologetic work but one that engages feminist theology with a wonderfully creative, deeply theological and biblically-based explanation of what authority means and how fe­male authority differs from, yet is in relation to, male authority.

    —Janet E. Smith, Professor of moral theology and the Fr. Michael J. McGivney Chair of Life Issues at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit

    Monica Migliorino Miller holds a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from Marquette University and has written extensively on the subject of women in the Church. Her books include Sexuality and Authority in the Catholic Church and Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars. Her writing has appeared in Crisis Magazine,, First Things, The National Catholic Register, New Oxford Review, and The New Catholic Encyclopedia. Dr. Miller is a professor at Madonna College in Livonia, Michigan.

    The Catholic Table: Finding Joy Where Food and Faith Meet

    • Author: Emily Stimpson Chapman
    • Publisher: St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
    • Publication Date: 2016
    • Pages: 188

    Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

    Every one of us has to eat. Some of us eat too much food. Or we eat too little. Sometimes we eat without gratitude, without charity, or without respect. But, as award-winning author Emily Stimpson Chapman explains in The Catholic Table, with a sacramental worldview, the supernatural gift of God’s grace can transform and heal us through the food we make, eat, and share.

    In The Catholic Table: Finding Joy Where Food and Faith Meet, you’ll discover a theology of food through the personal experience of the author and the wisdom of Scripture, the Saints, and more. Stimpson Chapman’s insightful survey of America’s food landscape is informed by the understanding of food as a sign and sacrament. As she explains, “There is nothing ordinary about food. By God’s grace, the simplest bowl of soup and the humblest hunk of cheese have the power to become an occasion of grace, drawing friends and family together around a shared table to build a shared life.”

    The Church’s teachings on grace, the Eucharist, the virtues, fasting, hospitality, and the body are integral to how we consume our daily bread and lead us to peace, joy, and community (“and,” the author writes, “some really good dinners”). As Emily Stimpson Chapman explores these topics in The Catholic Table, she provides a delightfully written and meaningful framework for understanding feasting, fasting, and all the eating in between.

    The Catholic Table serves up a banquet of good sense infused with theology, blending practical advice with startling insights into our relationship with food—and on the side, what else but recipes? This is Emily Stimpson at her witty, well-educated, accessible best.

    —Simcha Fisher, Author of The Sinner’s Guide to Natural Family Planning

    Emily Stimpson Chapman is a freelance Catholic writer based in Steubenville, Ohio. Her books include The American Catholic Almanac: The Patriots, Saints, Rogues, and Ordinary People Who Changed America (Image, 2014), These Beautiful Bones: An Everyday Theology of the Body (Emmaus Road, 2013), and The Catholic Girl’s Survival Guide for the Single Years (Emmaus Road, 2012). A contributing editor to Our Sunday Visitor her writing has also appeared in First Things, the National Catholic Register, Catholic Digest, and elsewhere. She writes regularly about faith, hospitality, and food at her blog, The Catholic Table (