4 edition of Celibacy for our times found in the catalog.
Celibacy for our times
|Statement||Yves Raguin ; translated by Sister Mary Humbert Kennedy.|
|Series||Religious experience series -- v.7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 115 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||115|
The authors clearly anticipated that potential interpretation, and stressed in their joint introduction that they were penning the book “in a spirit of filial obedience, to Pope Francis.”Francis has said he would write a document based on the outcome of the October synod of bishops on the Amazon. A majority of bishops at the meeting called for the ordination of married men to address. But our experience, looking back, is that celibacy is not a healthy long-term lifestyle for most people." For all but the incoming residents, today Kripalu offers a more moderate-and some would say more manageable-vision of brahmacharya: a regular yoga practice, a wholesome lifestyle, and moderation in sensory pleasures, especially food and : Claudia Cummins.
The transmutation of celibacy can be one of the most magnificent, sumptuous and wonderful life-changing experiences one can ever imagine. One only need to follow the "Science of Wholeness" diet and strictly follow a few specific techniques such as the Followers: Reading Time: 7 minutes Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments, reads a document before a meeting with US bishops at the congregation at the Vatican Jan. 14, PHOTO: CNS/Paul Haring. At the request of retired Pope Benedict XVI, his name will be removed as co-author of a book defending priestly celibacy, said .
Celibacy as a Joyful Gift for Both Priest and People: Priestly celibacy rightly understood is a liberation, although at times it is a trial. It allows the priest to establish himself in all coherence in his identity as spouse of the Church. The plan to deprive the communities and the priests of . I believe that celibacy has great significance as the abandonment of a possible earthly domain and circle of family life; celibacy even becomes truly indispensable so Author: Diane Montagna.
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Celibacy For Our Times book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. I'd encourage those who are still unsure if celibacy is his/her calling or those considering priesthood / religious life to read this book, which gives an insight into what it 4/5.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Célibat pour notre temps. Description: vi, pages ; 21 cm. Series Title. Celibacy for Our Times Paperback – August 4, by Yves Raguin (Author) › Visit Amazon's Yves Raguin Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(1). Vatican City, / pm MT ().-In his chapter in a new book on priestly celibacy, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI says a historical understanding of.
In a new book, the former pope makes a firm defense of celibacy for priests as Pope Francis is expected to decide whether to allow married priests in remote regions. Let the intrigue begin.
Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI has distanced himself from a book on priestly celibacy and asked to be removed as its co-author after the project gave the. An exclusive excerpt from the forthcoming book From the Depths of Our Hearts: Priesthood, Celibacy, and the Crisis of the Catholic Church Janu Benedict XVI Books 17 Print.
The New York Times has spent this past week in a less than subtle attack on clerical celibacy, insinuating it as the cause of the current crisis in the Church. On the eve of the Vatican summit on The Protection of Minors in the Church, the Times, in a panic that homosexuality will be blamed as the cause of the crisis, has decided to go on the offensive to discredit celibacy.
The publication of From the Depths of Our Hearts – Priesthood, Celibacy and the Crisis of the Catholic Church written by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Robert Cardinal Sarah, caused great unease among promoters of the ordination of married men to the priesthood in the Amazon region (and, surprise, everywhere else).
Now that the controversy over the joint authorship has receded, it’s. Yves Raguin explored the mystical rationale in his book, Celibacy for Our Times. Persons experience in a direct way the overwhelming love of God with such power and force that their response.
Garry Wills, in his book Papal Sin: Structures of Deceit, argued that the imposition of celibacy among Catholic priests played a pivotal role in the cultivation of the Church as one of the most influential institutions in the world.
In his discussion concerning the origins of the said policy, Wills mentioned that the Church drew its inspiration. Celibacy used to offend family-values conservatism; now it offends equally against the opposite spirit.
The book is quite bad; too many of its. From the Depths of Our Hearts is an unprecedented work by the Pope Emeritus and a Cardinal serving in the Vatican. As bishops, they write “in a spirit of filial obedience” to Pope Francis, who has said, “I think that celibacy is a gift for the Church I don’t agree with allowing optional celibacy, no.”/5(50).
Celibacy (from Latin cælibatus) is the state of voluntarily being unmarried, sexually abstinent, or both, usually for religious is often in association with the role of a religious official or devotee.
In its narrow sense, the term celibacy is applied only to those for whom the unmarried state is the result of a sacred vow, act of renunciation, or religious conviction.
"The law of ecclesiastical celibacy," wrote Pope John XXIII, "and the efforts necessary to preserve it always recall to mind the struggles of the heroic times when the Church of Christ had to fight for and succeeded in obtaining her threefold glory; for celibacy is the sign of the victory of Christ's Church, employing all her strength to be.
The retired pope's chapter in the book offers a brief history of how the Latin-rite church came to require celibacy of most of its priests and. Former Pope Benedict, in a new book written with a conservative cardinal, defends priestly celibacy in the Catholic Church in what appears to be a strategically timed appeal to Pope Francis to not.
The French daily Le Figaro late Sunday published excerpts of the book “From the Depths of Our Hearts: Priesthood, Celibacy and the Crisis of.
Based on solid documentation, these authors show that although one cannot speak of celibacy in the strict sense of the word (not being married), it is certain that since apostolic times the Church had as a norm that men elevated to the deaconate, priesthood and the episcopate should observe continence.
If candidates happened to be married — a. “Celibacy,” he continued, “is a very living reality. And obviously we are requested to be coherent with our commitments and to be faithful to our vows. Cardinal Sarah’s beautiful defense of priestly celibacy must be read the erosion of the supernatural sense in our times.
The reaffirmation of .In case you missed the news a few weeks back, Cardinal Robert Sarah announced that he and Pope Benedict XVI coauthored a book together on the value of celibacy in the priesthood.
However, shortly.Tbe retired Pontiff had written an essay for the book, From the Depths of Our Hearts, which appears along with an essay by Cardinal Robert Sarah, the prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship.
The book — scheduled to appear in print this week – is an energetic defense of priestly celibacy, appearing in print at a time when the Church.