9780884898689

Primary Source Readings In Catholic Church History

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    9780884898689

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    0884898687

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-04-01
  • Publisher: St Marys Pr

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Summary

Primary Source Readings in Catholic Church History is designed to accompany Catholic Church history textbooks, but may be used with any course. It is a collection of significant primary sources through the Church's history. Thirty chapters include select documents along with commentary on who wrote them and why, how each document is significant to its time, and why it has endured as an important writing in Church history. The following are some of the historical writers included in this book: Saint Perpetua Saint Augustine Pope Saint Gregory Saint Catherine of Siena Martin Luther Saint Theresa of Avila Saint Francis Junipero Serra Dorothy Day Second Vatican Council

Table of Contents

Introduction 9(2)
Initiation into a Community: The Body of Christ as a Model of the Church
11(6)
A Rite of Passage
Rev. Aidan Kavanagh, OSB
The Ship of Salvation: The Church as an Institution
17(4)
The Dream of Saint John Bosco
Saint John Bosco
The Descent of the Holy Spirit: The Church Is Revealed
21(6)
Acts of the Apostles 2:1--42
Saint Luke the Evangelist
Expanding the Church: The Gentiles and the Mosaic Law
27(6)
Acts of the Apostles 15:1--31
Saint Luke the Evangelist
Saint Paul's Letter to the Galatians 2:1--21
Saint Paul
From Movement to Institution: Practices and Guidelines for the Early Church
33(5)
The Didache
Unknown
Executions and Torture: Treatment of Christians During Roman Persecution
38(5)
Pliny's Questions to Emperor Trajan Concerning
Policy Toward Christians
Pliny the Younger, Governor of Bithynia
Emperor Trajan's Reply to Pliny's Questions
Emperor Trajan
The Blood of the Martyrs: A Witness to Love for Jesus
43(7)
The Martyrdom of Saints Perpetua and Felicitas
Saint Perpetua
New Freedom: The Roman Empire Offers Toleration to Christians
50(6)
Edict of Toleration
Emperor Galerius
Edict of Milan
Emperor Constantine and Licinius Augustus
Two Cities: The Earthly and the Heavenly
56(6)
The City of God
Saint Augustine of Hippo
True God Became True Human: Statements on Who Jesus Is
62(7)
Definition of the Faith
The Council of Chalcedon
Missionary Pope: Saint Gregory the Great Brings the Light of Christ to England
69(7)
Ecclesiastical History of the English People
Saint Bede the Venerable
Letter to Abbot Mellitus
Pope Saint Gregory the Great
A Father's Wisdom: A Guide for Living in a Community
76(5)
The Prologue to The Rule of St. Benedict
Saint Benedict
Saint Boniface: Missionary to the Germans
81(7)
Letter Advising Saint Boniface on How to Convert the Heathens
Bishop Daniel of Winchester
Report to Pope Zacharias on the Foundation of Fulda Abbey
Saint Boniface
Conflicts of Faith: Tensions Between the East and the West
88(7)
Encyclical Letter to the Archiepiscopal Sees of the East
Patriarch Photius of Constantinople
Pope Against King: The Battle Over Appointing Bishops
95(7)
Correspondence Regarding Lay Investiture
Pope Gregory VII and Emperor Henry IV
``We Adore Thee, Lord Jesus Christ'': The Last Words of the Tiny Friar
102(5)
The Testament of Saint Francis
Saint Francis of Assisi
Gentle and Powerful: The First Woman Doctor of the Church
107(5)
Letters to Pope Gregory XI
Saint Catherine of Siena
Revival of Prayer: A Springtime for Spirituality
112(5)
The Imitation of Christ
Thomas a Kempis
The Revolutionary Monk: The Protestant Reformation Begins
117(5)
Writings from Martin Luther
Martin Luther
``What Is Necessary Is a Different Approach'': The Catholic Reformation
122(5)
The Way of Perfection
Saint Teresa of Avila
``Nor Should They Be in Any Way Enslaved'': Europeans Encounter the West
127(6)
Inter Caetera
Pope Alexander VI
Sublimus Dei
Pope Paul III
People of Esteem: The Work of Missionaries in China
133(5)
Letter to Francesco Pasio, SJ, Vice-Provincial of China and Japan
Matteo Ricci, SJ
Money, Workers, and Fairness: Catholic Social Teaching Begins
138(6)
Rerum Novarum
Pope Leo XIII
The Vicar of Christ: The First Vatican Council Defines Papal Authority
144(6)
Pastor Æternus
Pope Blessed Pius IX
Year in the Life: An Account of Life in the Spanish Colonies
150(6)
Report on the Mission of San Carlos de Monterey
Fray Junipero Serra
Concern for Souls: A Bishop's Anxiety over the Faith of Slaves in Mississippi
156(6)
A Letter to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith
Bishop William Henry Elder
More Than a Tabloid: The Power of The Catholic Worker
162(7)
The Long Loneliness
Dorothy Day
Traitor to the State, Herald of the Gospel
169(5)
Letters from a Nazi Prison
Franz Jagerstatter
Reading the Signs of the Times: The Church in the Modern World
174(5)
Gaudium et Spes
The Second Vatican Council
The Light of the World: The Church as the Sacrament of Salvation
179(6)
Lumen Gentium
The Second Vatican Council
Appendix A: Chronological Listing of Chapters 185(2)
Appendix B: Topical Index 187(4)
Acknowledgments 191

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