The Joy of Priesthood
Invites priests to recognize the dignity of their calling through honest and psychologically based self-assessment because happiness in the priesthood flows from both wholeness and holiness. The author stresses that psychology can be effective in improving the lives of priests, and the priesthood itself, if it works with a basis of spirituality.
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Review: The Joy of PriesthoodUser Review - John Schneider - Goodreads
Although I read sections of this book in the seminary, I was ill prepared for its poor prose and simplistic style. Filled with as much insight as confusion, "The Joy of the Priesthood" left me wishing ... Read full review
Review: The Joy of PriesthoodUser Review - Ogbuowelu - Goodreads
it was indeed a necessary book for all seminarians and priest. the challenges of priesthood are real and by proper understanding of celibacy as an act of passionate loving for God and fellow human beings can one lie a fulfilled priestly life. Read full review