A Shepherd Speaks

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Ignatius Press, 1997 - 421 pages
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The highly regarded, outspoken Bishop of Lincoln, Nebraska presents a series of profound reflections on the meaning of the Catholic faith in today's world and how to live in it. With an acute understanding of the practical realities of everyday life, Bishop Bruskewitz draws the reader into a deeper understanding of our Trinitarian faith, the nature and structure of the Church, the sacraments, Scripture, liturgical seasons, moral issues, prayer and the spiritual life, and much more. In doing so, he unlocks the treasures found in the saints and Fathers of the Church as well as the documents of Vatican II and the Catechism, all of which he uses extensively in exploring the Church's teaching on various subjects.

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Contents

FATHER SON AND HOLY SPIRIT
13
KNOWLEDGE OF GOD AND DIVINE REVELATION
34
LAST THINGS
56
THE NATURE OF THE CHURCH AND HER MISSION
65
ROME AND THE PETRINE MINISTRY
81
BISHOPS PRIESTS AND LAITY
113
CREEDS AND COUNCILS
128
S CATECHISM CATECHETICS AND CATHOLIC EDUCATION
141
HOLY WEEK
235
EASTER
249
SIGNS AND MYSTERIES
265
BAPTISM
276
EUCHARIST
290
PENANCE
304
S HOLY ORDERS
311
VIRTUE AND MORALITY
335

CHURCH LAW AND PRECEPTS
156
IN THE DIOCESE AND PARISH
163
ADVENT
179
CHRISTMAS
200
LENT
214
GRACE AND JUSTIFICATION
363
THE CHRISTIAN IN SOCIETY
372
PRAYER AND SPIRITUAL LIFE
388
OUR MOTHER AND MODEL
409
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