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The Heart of Catholic Spirituality: Finding…

The Heart of Catholic Spirituality: Finding a Voice Through the Centuries

by Thomas Lane

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Theologian Fr. Thomas Lane offers an overview of the Catholic Church with an eye to understanding its spiritual core as it undergoes continual change. Fr. Lane discusses the great questions fundamental to the Church--God, the Trinity, faith, salvation, the question of free will, and the nature of the universe. Along the way, he offers a brilliant exegesis of the language of the Church, the language of worship and of sacrifice, of priesthood, holiness and consecration. Here is a work that exemplifies the best of Catholic religious and intellectual rigor. This is an invaluable resource for all Catholics, Church historians, and students and scholars of language and literature, through its entries on Christian symbols, icons, images, and vocabulary. This book tackles sensitive and timely questions regarding sexual misconduct, virginity, and priestly celibacy and includes a section on retreats.

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