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The Gracing of Society

release date: Jan 01, 1989
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Beauty, Truth and Love

release date: Jan 01, 2009
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Beauty, Truth and Love
A celebratory volume of work from one of Ireland's most distinguished theologians.

Immersed in Mystery

release date: Jan 01, 2007
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Immersed in Mystery
"In this book [McDonagh] draws together the fruits of fifty years of study and practice as priest and theologian ... Part I is a reflection on a life of learning, teaching and research, including an essay which examines why the university needs theology.Part II explores the radical call to communion in a globalising world. Part III examines the work of friends and fellow travellers"--P. [4] of cover.

The Making of Disciples

release date: Jan 01, 1982
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Small Hours of Belief

release date: Jan 01, 1989
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Social Ethics and the Christian

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Vulnerable to the Holy

release date: Jan 01, 2004
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Vulnerable to the Holy
Well-known theologian, Enda McDonagh, describes his new book as a series of exploratory probes into areas in which he has been engaged intellectually, emotionally, and practically over the years since his retirement from teaching. These pieces illustrate how the Other may be primarily holy-making if one accepts the grace of openness and vulnerability. The first section considers "the strange richness and the poverty of the Church today." The author offers some suggestions about how in its people, leaders and structures the Roman Catholic Church can be vulnerable to the holiness of the wider church and world and render them in turn vulnerable to the holiness, which for all its deformities, it continues to bear witness to. The next section focuses on the moral issues which have been of particular theological and pastoral concern in recent times. In the following section the author describes how he gradually became vulnerable to the otherness in beauty of a wide range of artistic objects. Fr McDonagh concludes with a section on The Vulnerable Self.

Gift and Call

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Faith in Fragments

release date: Jan 01, 1996
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Faith in Fragments
Faith in Fragments is an attempt by an Irish theologian to grapple with the disintegration of church and society which afflicts much of the world. Without surrendering to millennial doomsaying, he tries to examine honestly the break up of church and doctrine, of society and values in Ireland and a wider world. From clerical sex- and authority-abuse to the ravages of AIDS and the seductions of consumerism, the author finds not only ecclesial and social order fragmenting but also faith doctrines and even personal identity. In the fragments lie not only the chaos but also the creative potential.

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release date: Jan 01, 1987
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