That Nothing May Be Lost

Author: Fr. Paul Scalia
Publisher: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 1621641503
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Additionally, Archbishop Charles Chaput offers a thought provoking foreword to help the reader with a meaningful journey through the many aspects of the Catholic faith presented throughout this book.

The Living Church

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Many opportunities for confessions and Communions, for retreats, meditations,
and prayer, have been ours. We have listened to many uplifting, ... But what of the
year past, never to be recalled ž Have we gained in a greater love for God's Holy
Catholic Church, with her wealth of sacraments? Have we grasped her ... In the
gospel for to-day, after our Lord had fed the multitude, He bade the Apostles
gather up the fragments that remained, that nothing might be lost. So after this
year of ...

The Works Of The Right Reverend John England

Author: John England
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The important topics of your letter have, since I read it, occupied a good share of
my attention ; and I avail myself of the first moments that I can devote to that duty,
to give, as you requested, my views upon the subject. Your questions ... moment
calmly considers the statements of your letter, nothing can be more plain than
that, instead of an increase of the members naturally belonging to the Catholic
Church in the United States, there has been actually a serious loss. The question
is not ...

A Primer On Christian Worship

Author: William Dyrness
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 0802860389
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Now prayer and reflection have no special connection withthis space, withany
object foundtherein, or withanyparticular action that might be observed there.
Here we might wonder what might have been lost from Calvin's locked — and
increasingly barren — church space. What was for medieval ... Conclusion
Faithful medieval worshipers — and, indeed, Catholic believers of the Counter-
Reformation — might have lamented all that was lost by the process of reform.
Now God was met ...