7 edition of Christian spirituality in the Catholic tradition found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||BX2350.65 .A96 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 326 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||2001092118|
Edited by Philip Sheldrake this series published in cooperation with DLT London makes the riches of some of some of the world s greatest spiritual traditions. On Oct. 23, Deacon Frank Dunleavy spoke to us about the Seven Great Schools of Catholic Spirituality, in which his main source was an audio course from “Now You Know Media” – by Fr. Anthony Ciorra – called The Seven Great Schools of Catholic Frank was kind enough to email me notes from his presentation.
Registered Office: Broadway, Fifth Floor, New York, NY USA. A complete overview and history of Catholic spirituality from the Apostles to the present day. Aumann's excellent and interesting survey of the many spiritual traditions in the Catholic Church shows the wonderful variety of saints and spiritualities that are part of our rich Catholic : Jordan Aumann.
A handbook of practical approaches to prayer, Prayer in the Catholic Tradition is a comprehensive work on how to learn, practice, and teach ways of prayer in the broad Roman Catholic tradition. This handbook breaks new ground, offering forty important voices on forty essential topics for a comprehensive look at the learning, practice, and teaching of all that it means to pray in the Pages: While Christian Spirituality is a fairly basic book about the spectrum of the spiritual life,its main focus is spirituality developed within the Roman Catholic tradition. Cunningham brings his description forward to the 21st century keeping the roots connected to the future/5(12).
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Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition starts off with a solid grounding in emphasizing Sacred Scripture and Tradition as the soul of theology, with the Gospels containing "Christian spirituality par excellence."/5(9).
The word spirituality is used widely and wildly; people talk about everything from the spirituality of golf to a nation’s spirituality. I’m a professor of Christian spirituality, and even within my field we argue about the definitions and methods. Spirituality is the overriding term that describes engagement in things transcendental.
I recently finished another book he wrote Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition which is sort of a companion book to Spiritual Theology. While Spiritual Theology provided an excellent guide to the Churchs ascetical and mystical teaching on prayer this book looks at the history of Christian spirituality from the start of the Church to /5(5).
Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition J. Aumunn -- PREFACE The present work has been written as a companion volume to a previous book entitled Spiritual Theology and currently published by Sheed & Ward of London.
In the first work we offered a comprehensive and systematic study of the theology of Christian Size: 1MB. Get this from a library. Christian spirituality in the Catholic tradition. [Jordan Aumann] -- This history not only serves to acquaint us with the origins and development of Christian spirituality, but, equally importantly in the author's view, projects into our contemporary world the lives.
David Torkington is a Spiritual Theologian, Author and Speaker, who specializes in Prayer, Christian Spirituality and Mystical Theology. He was educated at the Franciscan Study Centre, England, and the National Catholic Radio and Television Centre, Hatch End, London where he was later appointed to the post of Dean of : David Torkington.
A complete overview and history of Catholic spirituality from the Apostles to the present day. Aumann's excellent and interesting survey of the many spiritual traditions in the Catholic Church shows the wonderful variety of saints and spiritualities that are part of our rich Catholic : $ This summer at the Avila Institute, Professor Patrick Linbeck is teaching a new course in the School of Spiritual Formation titled “Experiencing God: The History of Catholic Spirituality”.
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The well-known author gives a complete overview and history of Catholic spirituality from the Apostles to the present day.
Free shipping over $/5(2). Four Views on Christian Spirituality (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, ) addresses these queries by drawing on a rich, historically rooted Christian heritage—Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, progressive mainline Protestant, and evangelical—presented by some of the tradition’s most capable scholars.
The format for the book is dialogical in. Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition (Fr. Aumann) – audiobook (in various parts) The Soul of the Apostolate (Dom J. Chautard) – pdf, epub; or pdf here; or audiobook here.
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Book Review: Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition- Aumann Matthew J. Bellisario O.P. I have been spending a lot of time reading some great Catholic books on spirituality. One book I really enjoyed was ' Christian Spirituality in the Catholic Tradition ' by Jordan Aumann.
I found the book to be quite informative as a survey of. Anglo-Catholicism, Anglican Catholicism, or Catholic Anglicanism comprises people, beliefs and practices within Anglicanism that emphasise the Catholic heritage and identity of the various Anglican churches.
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A Catholic understanding of spirituality is rooted in theology and the Christian tradition of discipleship. Both Hebrew and Christian Scriptures have a concrete meaning for the word ‘spirit’: in both the Hebrew ruach and the Greek pneuma, the basic meaning is ‘wind/breath’ describing the breath of life permeating and animating all of life.
Christian spirituality, of course, seeks holiness in and through Jesus Christ. Even within the Christian Tradition, there are numerous spiritual paths that come to us from the traditions of various religious communities such as the Franciscans, Dominicans, Carmelites, and.
"Christian Spirituality is a concise and accessible overview of the ways Christians over the centuries have approached God in prayer and practice.
In ten chapters, Lawrence Cunningham and Keith Egan explain the dynamics of spiritual life, each chapter exploring a single theme such as scripture, journeying, meditation & contemplation, asceticism, mysticism, solitude &. 2 SPIRITUALITY OF THE EARLY CHURCH The Apostolic Fathers Christian Life Christian Gnosticism.
3 MONASTICISM IN THE EAST Christian Virgins and Ascetics Eremitical and Cenobitical Life The Cappadocian Fathers Evagrius, pseudo-Dionysius, Maximus. 4 MONASTICISM IN THE WEST Origins of Western Monasticism John Cassian St. Augustine. In contemporary society, Christian spirituality is generally defined as a set of beliefs, values, and way of life that reflect the teachings of the Bible, the holy book of Christianity.
Much research has been devoted to this topic, ranging from practical to academic.International Journal of Children's Spirituality "This book is highly recommended as a college or seminary textbook on the spiritual life or sanctification.
In addition, anyone interested in delving into the tradition of Christian spirituality will find this a useful guide." Bibliotheca Sacra/5(14). He has concentrated his attention on the history of spirituality in the Roman Catholic Church; and he has taken a comprehensive view of the full range of forms of that Catholic tradition.