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by Marie-Dominique Philippe,Benedict Groeschel

  • Author: Marie-Dominique Philippe,Benedict Groeschel
  • ISBN: 0972598138
  • ISBN13: 978-0972598132
  • ePub: 1204 kb | FB2: 1731 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Christian Living
  • Publisher: Zaccheus Press (November 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 208
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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The Mystery of Joseph ePub download

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The Mystery of Joseph. Retracing Reality, 2001. Pope Benedict had the courage to dissolve a women’s congregation that had a certain level because this slavery of women had entered, even sexual slavery, by clerics or by the founder. "Pope meant 'manipulation' when he spoke of 'sexual slavery' of women religious, Vatican says".

Father Marie-Dominique Philippe has reserched his subject well and his insights are well worth pondering. One might get the impression from the way "The Mystery of Joseph" is advertised that Fr Benedict Groeshel is co-author

Father Marie-Dominique Philippe has reserched his subject well and his insights are well worth pondering. One might get the impression from the way "The Mystery of Joseph" is advertised that Fr Benedict Groeshel is co-author. He is not. A fine writer on spiritual topics himself, he supplies a foreword to a work that I have found truly satisfying.

The Mystery of Joseph book. Benedict Groeschel, writing in the Foreword. 'This is an amazing book on a crucial (but neglected) topic, written by one of the greatest Catholic theologians of recent times. Profound and deep, clear and practical, grounded in Scripture and illumined by the brilliance of St. Thomas Aquinas - I know of no other book like i. ' - Scott Hahn.

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FR Benedict Groeschel, Marie-Dominique Philippe. I am astonished at the great favors which God has bestowed on me through this blessed saint.

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Marie-Dominique Philippe was born on September 8, 1912 at Cysoing, France, the eighth of twelve children. From the age of six, Philippe read for his uncle, Dominican Father Peter Thomas Dehau, who was going blind

Marie-Dominique Philippe was born on September 8, 1912 at Cysoing, France, the eighth of twelve children. From the age of six, Philippe read for his uncle, Dominican Father Peter Thomas Dehau, who was going blind. He pronounced his religious vows in November, 1931, and pursued his studies in philosophy and theology at the Saulchoir in Kain (Belgium) from 1931 to 1938.

Father Philippe's book on Saint Joseph is very consistent with the new biblical theology called for by Pope . Although the greatest of saints, after Mary, St. Joseph is perhaps the least well understood

Father Philippe's book on Saint Joseph is very consistent with the new biblical theology called for by Pope Benedict XVI. The author very impressively examines the sparse facts that we have concerning the life of Saint Joseph, teasing from them material that connects easily and well with a very impressive structure of theological teaching. Joseph is perhaps the least well understood. What Scripture teaches is compelling, but mysterious: he moves quietly and thoughtfully through its pages, almost unobserved in his humility and silence.

Father Marie-Dominique Philippe, . He studied theology and philosophy at the Dominican house of studies of Le Saulchoir and at Paris, and was ordained a priest in 1936. He taught philosophy at the Pontifical University of Fribourg, Switzerland, from 1945 to 1982. From 1982 until two months before his death on August 26, 2006, he continued teaching philosophy and theology at the houses of studies of the Congregation of Saint John in France.

Mysteries Mary, seems like a vatican II book since they translated it faith, hope and LOVE rather than CHARITY which is one of the three theological virtues

Mysteries Mary, seems like a vatican II book since they translated it faith, hope and LOVE rather than CHARITY which is one of the three theological virtues. Love sounds more like a hippy type of thing more emo than charity, the protestant schismatics started this falsification hundreds of years ago and they are now trying to merge the Catholic Church into protestantism subtly.

Although the greatest of saints, after Mary, St. Joseph is perhaps the least well understood. What Scripture teaches is compelling, but mysterious: he moves quietly and thoughtfully through its pages, almost unobserved in his humility and silence.And yet Pope Paul VI has said: “If we look carefully into this life that was apparently so unremarkable, we shall find that it was greater and more adventurous, more full of exciting events, than we are accustomed to assume in our hasty perusal of the Gospel.”In this illuminating book, Fr. Philippe leads you deep into the beautiful mystery of St. Joseph — revealing the greatness of the apparently unremarkable man who was the guardian of Jesus and Mary, and who is now the Guardian of the Church, “overflowing with immeasurable wisdom and power.”Weaving together the many different strands of the Church’s ever-deepening understanding of St. Joseph, along with his own profound insights, here is a warm and moving portrait of the humble, heroic carpenter of Bethlehem — a great man who became, by God’s grace, a great saint. After reading this book, you will never see St. Joseph (and perhaps yourself) in quite the same way again.“Wonderful... Profound. Fr. Philippe will teach you much about Saint Joseph and much about your faith. When you’re all finished you will be quite surprised to see how your vision of this great saint may have changed. Even if you’ve been devoted to Saint Joseph for many years, I feel safe in saying that in The Mystery of Joseph you will learn a great deal about Jesus’ Foster Father’s true and undying importance.”–Fr. Benedict Groeschel, writing in the Foreword“This is an amazing book on a crucial (but neglected) topic, written by one of the greatest Catholic theologians of recent times. Profound and deep, clear and practical, grounded in Scripture and illumined by the brilliance of St. Thomas Aquinas – I know of no other book like it.”–Scott Hahn“In this beautiful book one of the great men of the Church of recent times helps us to contemplate the face of St. Joseph in all its chivalrous nobility.”–Fr. John Saward, author Cradle of Redeeming Love“In recent times, St. Joseph seems to have fallen out of favor in the conscious minds of believers. These deep meditations are a wonderful antidote for that. I highly recommend The Mystery of Joseph.”–Archbishop Myers“If St Joseph has a role in the Incarnation and its consequences – and he does – then he is an essential figure within our religion. The silence of St. Joseph in the New Testament can lead us to neglect him or see his role as minor. Fr. Philippe’s book brings out the significance of the events of Joseph’s life, and shows us his hidden greatness.”–Cardinal George Pell “In these gentle meditations, Fr. Philippe draws out of the Gospels a mystical theology of who St. Joseph is, and what he represents.”–Aidan Nichols, OP“I am astonished at the great favors which God has bestowed on me through this blessed saint. To other saints the Lord seems to have given power to help us in some of our necessities but of this glorious saint my experience is that he helps us in them all. I ask for the love of God that he who does not believe me make the trial for himself.”–St. Teresa of Ávila, Autobiography
Morlunn
So much insight into the private life of Joseph. My favorite part was how devotion to him strengthens our devotion to Mary. St Joseph, pray for us!
Oreavi
Very little appears in Scripture about Joseph... yet he was a key figure.
This little book gives us food for thought. A good read!
Ricep
good read very in depth
Nirad
Insights from and interpretations of the very little known about Joseph that shine light on his very important role in the life of Jesus and Mary. A great and timeless role model for any husband and father.
Global Progression
Purchased for my husband. Great gift. He found it very inspiring to read and find ad different view of st. Joseph he hadn't seen out right of before since he is not mentioned much in the Bible. Good read.
Alsanadar
Everything I wanted and needed in an easy to read style! Must read. Receive the blessings from getting to know your constant advocate, St Joseph!
Xlisiahal
Loving the Church, Mary! And the Home of the Holy Family are the crux of this delightful book. Useful as a devotional.
gave it as a gift and my friend was thrilled - turns out she had been wanting to get it! Who knew - lol
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