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Book Pages: 126 - Publish Date: 2006 - Publisher: Ignatius Press
Description: Cardinal Arinze, the greatly esteemed African churchman, a leading prelate of the Church, and head of a major Vatican Congregation elucidates the Church's teachings and belief about the Eucharist as the source and summit of Christian life, and the high point of her public worship. He presents these beautiful reflections on the Holy Eucharist as a sacrifice and sacrament, on the importance of faith in these sacred mysteries, and the necessity of reverence due to Christ present in this Eucharistic mystery.
Author(s): Francis A. Arinze
Book Pages: 67 - Publish Date: 1997 - Publisher: Gracewing Publishing
Description: On interreligious dialogue.
Author(s): Francis A. Arinze
Book Pages: 257 - Publish Date: 2004 - Publisher: Unknown
Description: None
Book Pages: Unknown - Publish Date: 2011-02-03 - Publisher: Ignatius Press
Description: Cardinal Arinze tells his amazing life story, and how he was guided by "God's invisible hand" through many challenging and dangerous moments, to become one of the world's leading Catholic prelates, and one of the top candidates for the Papacy in the recent conclave. In the style of an interview, Arinze responds to a host of wide ranging questions from journalist Gerard O'Connell. Arinze talks abou...
Author(s): Francis A. Arinze
Book Pages: 237 - Publish Date: 2008 - Publisher: Unknown
Description: None
Book Pages: 118 - Publish Date: 2013-08-13 - Publisher: Ignatius Press
Description: This important book by the highly regarded African prelate, Cardinal Arinze, describes in positive and simple terms who the lay person is, his distinctive role in the Church, and how the lay apostolate distinguishes the lay faithful from the clergy and the religious. The call of lay people to be witnesses of Christ in the ordinary areas of secular life, such as family, work, recreation, politics a...
Book Pages: 128 - Publish Date: 2017-03-20 - Publisher: Ignatius Press
Description: The most Blessed Virgin Mary is venerated by many followers of Jesus Christ as an important part of their practice of the faith. Believing that she is the Mother of God because her Son, Jesus Christ, is the Second Person of the Most Blessed Trinity who for our salvation took on human nature, Christians of both East and West honor Mary in names of persons, places, associations, religious congregati...
Book Pages: 144 - Publish Date: 2010 - Publisher: Ignatius Press
Description: Drawn from his talks given to Pope Benedict and his associates at the Curia’s Lenten Retreat, Cardinal Arinze’s book offers spiritual exercises focusing on the meaning of the priestly life. “The red thread which will run through all these meditations,” writes Cardinal Arinze, “is the image of the priest who, called by Jesus, meets him, follows him and seeks each day to become a better di...
Book Pages: 90 - Publish Date: 2005-01-01 - Publisher: LiturgyTrainingPublications
Description: This thought-provoking collection presents four different examinations of the concepts of active participation and the liturgy by four leading contemporary figures in liturgical and sacramental theology today. A thoughtful introduction by Cardinal George Pell leads into the essays by Cardinal Francis Arinze, Cardinal Francis George, and Cardinal Jorge Medina. This book also contains the document
Author(s): Francis A. Arinze
Book Pages: 146 - Publish Date: 2002-01-01 - Publisher: Doubleday Books
Description: "The attacks of September 11, 2001, forced the leaders of every faith to face hard-hitting questions about the role of religion in a world increasingly torn apart by unrest, violence, and war. All religions of the world extol peace, yet in many instances some people see religious beliefs as one of the sources of humanity's conflicts. In Religions for Peace, Cardinal Arinze explores what the variou...