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  • Dashed Hopes : When Our Best Laid Plans Fall Apart – Seasons Of Our Lives

    $6.39

    Where do we turn when our hopes are dashed, when we look at best-laid plans and see only shattered dreams? With fresh perspectives on Jeremiah’s plans for “a future of hope,” Jesus’ agony in the garden, and Isaiah’s promise of “a way in the wilderness,” Laura Kelly Fanucci offers hope for those wondering what comes next when life feels broken.

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  • Envoy Of The Messiah (Student/Study Guide)

    $10.95

    In his new book Envoy of the Messiah, Stephen Pimentel completes the journey he began in the popular Witnesses of the Messiah.

    Envoy of the Messiah invites the reader to walk in the footsteps of St. Paul in his mission to the Gentiles, as told in Acts of the Apostles 16-28. Through nine lessons, each including stimulating discussion questions, the reader is challenged to encounter Christ in the early Church and to follow the example of St. Paul in their lives today. Written in accessible language, yet filled with helpful information and scriptural references, this book is perfect for beginners as well as more advanced biblical scholars.

    Scripture scholar and popular author Steve Ray praises Envoy of the Messiah for its clarity and theological insight: “Stephen Pimentel’s book takes you through the recorded travels and teachings of St. Paul as revealed by Luke. He provides interesting insights and theological understanding useful to both the average reader and the scholar. This book is easy to read, yet full of helpful information and Scriptural detail. It is too bad we can’t insert most of this book into our Bibles as footnotes.”

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  • Eucharist : A Bible Study Guide For Catholics

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    “They devoted themselves to the teachings of the apostles and to the communal life, to the breaking of the bread and to the prayers” — Acts 2:42

    It is called the “source and summit” of our Catholic faith – The Holy Eucharist. But do we really understand its true meaning? In Fr. Mitch Pacwa’s The Eucharist: A Bible Study Guide for Catholics you will see the essential connection between the Eucharist and the Scriptures, and through reflection and discussion you’ll learn to apply the principles in your own life.In this study you will find answers to these questions and more:
    *Where do we see symbols of the Eucharist in the Old Testament?
    *How do the Old Testament sacrifices prefigure Christ’s sacrifice?
    *What did Jesus mean when he said “Do this in remembrance of me”?
    *Why is Jesus called the Lamb of God?
    *How do we meet Jesus in the breaking of the bread?

    Perfect for group or individual study, The Eucharist will change the way you look at the Mass and allow you to meet Jesus as transformed by his gift of life.

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  • Exploring Scriptural Sources

    $32.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781556127069ISBN10: 1556127065Aaron MilavecBinding: Trade PaperPublished: November 1999Publisher: Sheed & Ward Print On Demand Product

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  • Gospel Of Luke (Revised)

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    New larger format, featuring larger text size and additional margin space for personal annotations! The larger format enhances both individual and group study.

    Based on the Revised Standard Version – Catholic Edition, this volume leads readers through a penetrating study of the Gospel of Luke, using the biblical text itself and the Church’s own guidelines for understanding the Bible. Ample notes accompany each page, providing fresh insights and commentary by renowned Bible teachers Scott Hahn and Curtis Mitch, as well as time-tested interpretations from the Fathers of the Church. These helpful study notes make explicit what St. Luke often assumes. Or they provide rich historical, cultural, geographical or theological information pertinent to the Gospel – information that bridges the distance between the biblical world and our own.

    The Ignatius Study Bible also includes Topical Essays, Word Studies and Charts. The Topical Essays explore the major themes of Luke’s Gospel, often relating them to the doctrines of the Church. The Word Studies explain the background to important Bible terms, while the Charts summarize crucial biblical information “at a glance”.

    Each page also includes an easy-to-use Cross-Reference Section that runs between the biblical text at the top of the page and the annotations at the bottom. Study Questions are provided for each chapter of the Gospel that can deepen your personal study of God’s Holy Word. There is also an introductory essay covering questions of authorship, date, destination, structure and themes. An outline of Luke’s Gospel and several maps are also included.

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  • Gospel Of Mark

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    Explore the Gospel of Mark, which is the first Gospel to be written and also the shortest of the four Gospels. Scholars tell us that this Gospel was used by the authors of Matthew and Luke as a resource.

    At the time when Mark wrote his gospel, Christians suffered persecution and death for the sake of Christ and wondered why evil remained so powerful after its conquest by Jesus. Events in our world today often lead us to ask the same question. Why is the power of evil so strong in the world, while the power of good seems so weak?

    The Gospels answer this and other questions for both our present age, those in ages past, and will continue to answer these questions for ages to come.

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  • Gospel Of Matthew

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    While drawing from Mark’s gospel, Matthew wrote a different kind of faith testimony about Jesus, one oriented toward a Jewish audience.

    The Gospel of Matthew focuses on Jesus and his equality with God and treats as well the Kingdom of God as the Church, the promise of eternal life, and his teaching of the two-fold commandment to love God and neighbor. Rev. Anderson helps you not only study Matthew, but also pray his gospel with the Lectio Divina method that is a core element of the Liguori Catholic Bible Study.

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  • Great Themes Of Scripture

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    You are about to set out on a great adventurea Richard Rohr told his original listeners when The Great Themes of Scripture talks were recorded for St. Anthony Messenger Press in 1973. Today the Lord will give you something new. All you have to do isacome before the Lord expecting and wanting something more than you already have.

    Now, more than 100,000 tapes later, these powerful, challenging, inspiring talks are available in print thanks to the professional and sensitive editing of Joseph Martos. Martos, who compares his collaboration with Rohr to that of Rodgers and Hammerstein, says: If I could acknowledge that the words are often mine, I must always admit that the music is Richard’s.

    This first volume offers newcomers to the Hebrew Scriptures a feel for their overall religious themes. But for all readers this book uniquely sounds the call of the Lord and invites response in a way that will touch lives as deeply as Rohr’s original talks.

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  • Great Themes Of Scripture

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    The New Testament is sometimes called the New Covenant, signifying a new relationship between humanity and God. From the viewpoint of salvation history, the New Testament is the completion and the culmination of the Old Testament. In terms of length, it is only a small portion of the entire Bible, and yet it is that portion which brings it all together. Richard Rohr and Joseph Martos look at the many ways salvation themes are proclaimed by the various authors and literary styles of the New Testament.
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  • Introduction To The Bible

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    The Bible–with God as its focus–is ever ancient and ever new, a compilation of many books from unique periods of antiquity that makes it “a library within a library,” says Father William A. Anderson in Introduction to the Bible: Overview, Historical Context, and Cultural Perspectives.

    The Bible is the most revered of Christian texts, but many are unfamiliar with it and ask: What do Scriptures teach today’s seekers of God’s word?

    Father Anderson answers in everyday language, stating that the Bible helps us examine our lives in relationship to God.

    In Introduction to the Bible–which lays the groundwork for the Liguori Catholic Bible Study series of twenty-one books featuring details on the books of the Bible–you’ll find:

    Historical context, cultural customs, and succinct background of all the books of the Bible;
    The many core biblical themes, such as the covenant between Yahweh and his people, the importance of land, the kingdom of David, the coming of the Messiah, the reign of God, and more.

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  • Jesus Approaches : What Contemporary Women Can Learn About Healing Freedom (Stud

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    1. Magdalene
    2. Shepherd Girl
    3. Mother
    4. Woman With A Wound
    5. Woman Undivided
    6. Veronica
    7. “Martha, Martha” And Mary
    8. Queen

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    In Jesus Approaches, Elizabeth Kelly shares vivid stories of New Testament women whose encounters with Jesus freed them to flourish in life. The stories are supplemented with moving accounts from her own life, and from the lives of women like you, to demonstrate that sometimes the best way to find healing, strength, and wholeness in Christ is, ironically, to lead with vulnerability and openness.

    Ultimately, Jesus Approaches teaches that finding the fullness of life for which you were created begins with bringing your brokenness to the Lord.

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  • Joy Of The Gospel (Student/Study Guide)

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    Church House Publishing

    This six-part course for parishes and Lent groups is based on Pope Francis’ much acclaimed recent reflections on mission and evangelism, published as Evangelii Gaudium (`The Joy of the Gospel’). Widely recognised as offering wisdom and vision for all Christians in a culture that is often hostile to the church, Evangelii Gaudium offers a positive and realistic approach to sharing faith in the modern world. Paula Gooder introduces its key themes to readers in all denominations and challenges them to consider its application in their own contexts. The course includes: Preface: Why Study Evangelii Gaudium? 1. The Joy of the Gospel 2. The Church’s Missionary Transformation 3. Amid the Crisis of Communal Commitment 4. The Proclamation of the Gospel 5. The Social Dimension of Evangelization 6. Spirit-filled Evangelizers

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  • Letters From Prison Part Two

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    Letters from Prison, Part Two provides an in-depth investigation of Paul’s letters to the Colossians and Ephesians, two letters with a great deal in common. Besides being written from prison, both letters address Gentile communities learning to live faithful Christian lives. Exploring themes such as God’s eternal plan, the unity of the church, and the fullness of life in Christ, these letters offer a sweeping and still relevant vision of faith in Christ and the church as his body.

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  • Letters To The Corinthians

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    Saint Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians reads like a letter from a concerned parent who wishes to share wisdom-and a warning-with his or her children. For Paul has received some disturbing news about the people he knows well and loves. Therefore, this first letter reflects Paul’s own suffering as well as his desire to have the Corinthians change their ways.

    As Paul continues his Second Letter to the Corinthians, his words express many different emotions. One might even break the letter down into sections that give an image of Paul as a man who is angry, compassionate, forgiving, loving, and sorrowful. In this second letter we are provided a glimpse of the passion of Paul, a man with many moods and emotions.

    As you study these letters written by St. Paul, the church of Corinth exemplifies the fact that arguments have always existed among the people of God. Though these arguments are familiar to the Christian journey, we are reminded in these letters that the Holy Spirit is with us and will work through us-and that our deepest call is to love God and one another.

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  • Mans Guide To A Life Worth Living (Student/Study Guide)

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    St. Paul has earned the right to speak to men. He knows what it takes to live a life worthy of your calling. A mature man in everyday life is one who physically and spiritually provides for and protects his family. Do not leave this task to someone else. Learn how to be the man God is calling you to be through the Letter of Paul to the Ephesians. This Bible study on Ephesians will unlock what Paul says about the keys to a life worth living in: marriage, family, business, sexuality, money, friendships, and getting to heaven.

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  • Panorama Of The New Testament

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    Beginning with the Gospels and Acts and continuing through the letters and final book of the Bible, Panorama of the New Testament invites us into familiar scenes but with a wide angle lens to capture the big picture. For newcomers to Bible study, this is a wonderful place to begin to put the pieces together; for seasoned Bible students, this study identifies major themes that emerge throughout the New Testament books. Commentary, study and reflection questions, prayer and access to recorded lectures are included. 4 lessons.

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