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Catholic faith and human life

Fellowship of Catholic Scholars. Convention

Catholic faith and human life

proceedings of the First Convention of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, April 28-30, 1978, Ramada Inn-Airport, Kansas City, Missouri.

by Fellowship of Catholic Scholars. Convention

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Published by Fellowship of Catholic Scholars in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Congresses.,
  • Catholic Church -- United States -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination167 p.
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19333237M

    Our Mission: We are committed towards renewing and rebuilding a strong Catholic faith, through writing, preaching, and outreaches. We aim at helping Catholics understand better the message of Jesus Christ through words of mouth and charity. Our Vision: We want to reach out to every part of the world with this message, by forming our organization in every Catholic parish and school and by   Rather than pitting faith against reason, the pope is calling for a reasonable faith and a faithful reason. From a Catholic perspective, the truths of faith and the truths of reason (including science) cannot in principle ever be opposed, because God is the ultimate Author of the book of Grace (revelation) as well as the book of Nature

    A Catholic Guide to Navigating Science In this accessible and down-to-earth book, Catholic scientist and scholar Stacy A. Trasancos provides a guide for navigating science in the light of  › Books › Christian Books & Bibles › Catholicism.   Faith and Justice: The encyclical is great for individual reading but even better for a book club, class, or discussion group. Here's a readers' guide to Laudato Si'.

    Defining Issues: Social, Familial and Personal Perspectives on a Catholic Life by Peter Mirus. This is a collection of original essays for written between and Catholic social teaching is central to our faith, and is based on — and inseparable from — our understanding of human life and dignity. These teachings are derived from: the Gospels and the words of Christ; papal statements and encyclicals; and Catholic bishops’ statements and pastoral /legislative-guide/7-themes-of-catholic-social-teaching.


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