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The Writings of Clare of Assisi: Letters, Form of Life, Testament and Blessing

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The Writings of Clare of Assisi presents the latest scholarship by Ingrid Peterson, Lezlie Knox, Michael W. Blastic and Jean-François Godet-Calogeras.
2011: 144 pages. Pb 978-1-57659-233-5 $19.95


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The Writings of Francis of Assisi: Letters and Prayers

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Letters and Prayers features the scholarly work of Luigi Pellegrini, Jean- François Godet-Calogeras, Michael W. Blastic, Michael F. Cusato, Jay M. Hammond PhD, and Laurent Gallant.

2011: 336 pages. Pb 978-1-57659-230-4 $29.95


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The Writings of Francis of Assisi: Rules, Testament and Admonitions

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Rules, Testament and Admonitions contains essays by William J. Short, Michael W. Blastic, Jay M. Hammond, PhD and JA Wayne Hellmann.
2011: 336 pages. Pb 978-1-57659-232-8 $29.95


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Theory of Demonstration According to William Ockham

by Damascene Webering, OFM

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Theory of Demonstration According to William Ockham by Damascene Webering, OFM

The author studies one of the principal problems of scholastic logic: namely, the nature of demonstration as expounded by the eminent medieval logician William of Ockham.

ISBN 1-57659-099-2
EAN 978-1-57659-099-7
186 pages
Tradepaper
1953

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Theory of Demonstration According to William Ockham

by Damascene Webering, OFM, PhD

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Without the intention of defending Ockham's philosophical or theological doctrines, Webering clarifies some notions fundamental to his system by interpreting Ockham's Theory of Demonstration.

ISBN 1-57659-099-2
EAN 978-1-57659-099-7
186 Pages
Tradepaper
1953


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Thomas Murner and the Eucharist

by J. M. Miskuly, OFM

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This examination of Thomas Murner's works produced between 1520 and 1529 aims at contributing to a better understanding and knowledge of a man who, without any significant following of his own, sought to stem the tide of a theological, social and political movement which would mark the end of European religious unity.

ISBN 1-57659-115-8
EAN 978-1-57659-115-4
200 Pages
Tradepaper
1990


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Tractatus de Perspectiva

by John Pecham
edited with an Introduction and Notes by David C. Lindberg
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John Pecham was interested in the entire range of thirteenth-century learning, and he wrote on theology, psychology, natural philospohy, and mathematics. Pecham was a significant figure in the scientific movement of the thirteenth-century.

ISBN 1-57659-051-8
EAN 978-1-57659-051-5
110 Pages
Tradepaper
1972


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Tractatus de Sacramentis

by Guidonis de Orchellis
edited by PP. Damiani et Odulphi Van den Eynde, OFM

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ISBN 1-57659-059-3
EAN 978-1-57659-059-1
365 Pages
Tradepaper
1953


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Trinitarian Perspectives in the Franciscan Theological Tradition

Franciscan Heritage Series
by Maria Calisi
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Trinitarian Perspectives in the Franciscan Theological Tradition by Dr. Maria Calisi builds substantially on the previous volumes in the Franciscan Heritage series sponsored by the Secretariat for the Retrieval of the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition (CFIT) of the English Speaking Conference of the Order of Friars Minor. Dr. Calisi is an authority on the theology of Saint Bonaventure. Her exposition of the foundations of the Seraphic Doctor's theology in the contemplative experience of and reflection on the relational nature of God's life retrieves an important theological perspective applicable to our contemporary search for meaning. Well schooled in the patristic inheritance, Calisis engages the reader with a simple but profound analysis of the creedal sign shared by all Christians: In the name of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. In these pages we will discover how doctrine can shape life, and life, doctrine; how faith-filled human beings rooted in Trinitarian love can bear great fruit for both Church and society by engaging practitioners in action supportive of personal dignity, ecumenical relationships, social transformation, and ecclesial reform.

This is the fifth in a series intended to encompass topics which will connect the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition with today's language of our Christian Catholic Franciscan way of Gospel life. Previous volumes have presented an overview of the tradition, discussed dimensions of creation and Christian anthropology in Franciscan theology, and illustrated them through an iconographic tradition found in the Gospel of John. It is our hope that this book will present, in an easy and accessible form, the central foundational element of the Trinitarian vision to students in the college classroom, the parish adult education program, Secular Fraternity gatherings and various community meetings. The depth of this presentation and its consequences for our life will only be plumbed through a process of intellectual and affective conversion. Dr. Calisi has pointed us in the right direction.

ISBN 1-57659-204-9
EAN 978-1-57659-204-5
96 pages
Tradepaper
2008


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True Followers of Justice: Identity, Insertion and Intinerancy Among the Early Franciscans

Spirit and Life Series
 
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edited by Michael F. Cusato, OFM, Keith Warner, OFM, and Elise Saggau, OSF.

As thirteenth-century urban populations increased, the friars, entrusted by the Church with the ministry of preaching, naturally needed to go where the people were. At the same time they needed to honor their way of life, which required them to live prayerfully in fraternities, yet not settle down permanently in stable religious houses after the monastic model.

ISBN 1-57659-171-9
EAN 978-1-57659-171-0
160 pages
Tradepaper
2000

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