A Concert of Charisms: Ordained Ministry in Religious Life

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Paulist Press, 1997 - Religion - 204 pages
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This collection of essays explores the tensions between the original mission and charisms of a religious order and today's actual situations of living within parishes--how to balance the tensions, and ultimately, how to renew religious life.
 

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One Priesthood Two Traditions
9
A Western Monastic Perspective on Ordained Ministry
25
Theologies of Religious Life and Priesthood
61
An American Experience of Priesthood in Religious Life
104
The Priesthood Implications in Consecrated Life for Women
127
Institutes of Consecrated Life and Ordained Ministry Some Canonical Issues
139
Voices of Religious Priests Data from the FORUS Study
169
Road Signs at a Crossroads
184
Means for Selected Questions from FORUS National Survey
198
Bibliography on Ordained Ministry in Consecrated Life
200
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