Champions of the RosaryChampions of the Rosary

Her greatest desire was to quench the thirst of Jesus in the destitute, abandoned, and the poorest of the poor around the world. Affectionately known as Mother Teresa, she founded orphanages and homes all around the world that are run ...

Author: Donald H. Calloway, MIC

Publisher: Marian Press

ISBN: 9781596143937


Page: 436

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Champions of the Rosary, by bestselling author Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, tells the powerful story of the history of the Rosary and the champions of this devotion. The Rosary is a spiritual sword with the power to conquer sin, defeat evil, and bring about peace. Read this book to deepen your understanding and love for praying the Rosary. Endorsed by 30 bishops from around the world!

A Poor and Merciful ChurchA Poor and Merciful Church

Hartin shows that the whole of scripture is filled with this idea of God's election as essential to understanding human identity and history: God is portrayed as the champion of the poor. For James, as for the prophets, God is the God ...

Author: Ilo, Stan Chu

Publisher: Orbis Books

ISBN: 9781608337316



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This important text addresses three key questions which face modern Catholicism, especially in Africa: What is the ecclesiology of Pope Francis? How does this ecclesiology meet the challenges facing the universal church in today's complex world? And how can one translate the practices of this new approach into a theological aesthetics to meet the challenges and opportunities of the African social context?

Champions of the Rule of LawChampions of the Rule of Law

... all the most specious colourings of rhetoric” and “at one time artfully and eloquently summoning to his aid the fears of his timid readers, and at another kindling the rage and indignation of what he calls the “poor oppressed, ...

Author: John Hostettler

Publisher: Waterside Press

ISBN: 9781904380689


Page: 192

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An account of the lawyers who helped - over centuries - to develop and protect civil liberties, human rights and the Rule of Law. Also discusses breaches of the Rule of Law in modern cases and in response to terrorism.

The renowned history of the seven champions of Christendom and their sons by R Johnson The renowned history of the seven champions of Christendom and their sons by R Johnson

In which manner travelling many days , giving as he went to the poor and needy such small pieces of silver as he could well spare , he arrived at last upon the confines of Spain : where , in honour of that God for whom he had fought so ...

Author: Richard Johnson


ISBN: OXFORD:600055422


Page: 366

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The Champion of Odin Or Viking Life in the Days of OldThe Champion of Odin Or Viking Life in the Days of Old

G One of these champions was carried below , and tended by his wife . On removing the war tunic and under tunic or skiörta ( modern English , shirt ) it was found that he was wounded in the back . Great was the consternation of the poor ...

Author: James Frederick Hodgetts


ISBN: OXFORD:590492478


Page: 375

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Good News to the PoorGood News to the Poor

He even questioned whether Luke could be called a champion of the poor . On this latter point he did not see clearly enough the good news to the poor ” themes in Luke - Acts . Why not both for the poor and against the rich ? 5.

Author: Walter Pilgrim

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725230361


Page: 198

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How does the proclamation of good news to the poor in Luke's Gospel relate to wealth and poverty? What does Luke-Acts mean to affluent Christians and churches in our time? In a fresh, systematic way, Professor Pilgrim surveys Old Testament tradition on the poor and describes the Jesus movement as background for understanding Luke-Acts.

Theories of Poverty in the World of the New TestamentTheories of Poverty in the World of the New Testament

3.2.2 Zeus : Champion of Beggars and Strangers Whilst the idea that poverty is in some sense brought about by the gods is encountered at very early stages in the Greco - Roman tradition , in Homer's Odyssey a much more positive ...

Author: David J. Armitage

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 3161543998


Page: 324

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How was poverty interpreted in the New Testament? David J. Armitage explores key ways in which poverty was understood in the Greco-Roman and Jewish milieux of the New Testament, and considers how approaches to poverty found in the texts of the New Testament itself relate to these wider contexts. - back of the book.