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To Celebrate Your First Holy Communion

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To Celebrate Your First Holy Communion. Gold embossed Chalice and Ciborium. Inside verse: Wishing you every happiness as you celebrate your First Holy Communion...

To Celebrate... Your Confirmation

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To celebrate the Special Occasion of Your Confirmation Gold Foil Verse inside: On Your Confirmation Day may God be there beside you, and may The Holy Spirit always be a light to guide you...

On Your Confirmation

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On Your Confirmation Gold foil. Verse inside: On your Confirmation Day may God be there beside you and may the Holy Spirit always be a light to guide you...

Happy Birthday

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Happy Birthday Gold foil card with the Holy Family. Front; May God bless you with all good things with joy,with health,with love, with peace.. Inside: Wishing you every happiness on this special day. With Best Wishes from...

With Sympathy

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With Sympathy. May today's sorrow give way to the peace and comfort of God's love. Inside verse: Thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. With Sincere Sympathy...
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Antonio Rosmini Persecuted Prophet

John Michael Hill,IC
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Blessed Antonio Rosmini was a man who reached out beyond the Church to engage in dialogue with the unbelieving world of his time. A major figure in the nineteenth century Church ”“ though little known in the English-speaking world ”“ Rosmini could be regarded as the patron of speculative theologians and philosophers for his obedience to, and reverence for, the Church. This was clearly shown by his prompt and respectful submission when two of his major works were condemned in 1849. In this biography, the first in English for over half a century, Michael Hill places Rosmini in the context of his family, his friends, his foes and his nation. He evaluates the impact Rosmini had on other significant figures in the Church, and on his followers in the Institute of Charity and the Sisters of Providence. What emerges is something of a tragic story. Though greatly loved and admired by many, he was often misunderstood; bitter attacks on him by his enemies within the Church and in international ..

He Puna Iti i te Ao Marama

Pa Henare Tate
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How to reconcile the deeply held Christian beliefs of Maori with the indigenous world view that they have inherited and are in many cases rediscovering? This far-reaching work attempts to develop the foundations of an indigenous Maori theology. In Pa Tate's opinion, the traditional Christian message has fallen short of speaking intimately and powerfully to Maori experience in Aotearoa. Maori are crying out for a form of Christianity that is 'theirs'. This book offers one response and contribution to this call by attempting to develop a theology that Maori can call 'ours'. About the Author Pa Henare Tate is (Ngati Manawa, Te Rarawa) was one of the senior Maori figures in the Catholic Church. A former lecturer at the Catholic Institute of Theology, he has a doctorate from the University of Auckland, and a specialist in Maori spirituality. Pa Tate lived in retirement in Motuti,in northern Hokianga, until his death on 1st April 2017...

Jean-Claude Colin : Reluctant Founder

Taylor Justin SM
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In 1830, at the age of forty, Jean-Claude Colin accepted the call of his colleagues to take charge of the Society of Mary (Marists). He had joined this project as a seminarian in Lyons, France, in 1816, along with Marcellin Champagnat, future founder of the Marist teaching brothers. Since ordination, he had been an assistant priest at Cerdon, preached revival missions in rural districts and been principal of a high school-seminary. Colin always insisted that he was only a temporary superior until someone more capable could take over. Yet, by the time he resigned in 1854, he had obtained papal approval of the priests' branch, established the Society firmly in France, especially in education, and sent fifteen expeditions of missionary priests and brothers to the remote and scattered islands of the southwest Pacific. There they planted the Catholic Church in New Zealand, Wallis and Futuna, Tonga, Samoa, Fiji and New Caledonia. Between his resignation and his death in 1875, Colin wrote C..
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