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image of the good shepherd as a source for the spirituality of the ministerial priesthood

by Nicholas Cachia

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Published by Pontificia Università gregoriana in Roma .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesGood shepherd
StatementNicholas Cachia.
SeriesTesi gregoriana., 4
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2001/01506 (B)
The Physical Object
Pagination389 p. ;
Number of Pages389
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL423290M
ISBN 108876527362
LC Control Number98128522

- by Mary Rose V. I will never forget seeing my first-ever atrium presentation, in my first-ever encounter with the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program. It .   The image of the good shepherd becomes for Galot “a principle of unity” as that will go a long way to understand and express all the priestly functions. Pastoral charity expresses in an eloquent manner what the shepherd image means for the ministerial priesthood. It is the source and unifying criterion of all the activities of the ecclesial.

This is the best written book I have come across to this point on the topic. Clear, to the point, informative and citing sources. It explains the priesthood especially from a scriptural point of view; with particular emphasis on the book of Hebrews. Its well written and thorough/5(7). This identification of the governing office with the image of Christ, the Good Shepherd, requires priests to have a spirit of humility and self-sacrifice, and a human personality that is not authoritarian, but attractive, acting as a bridge for others to meet Jesus Christ. 4 Pastoral governance is not simply administration of the Church’s.

Authentic Liturgical Renewal in Contemporary Perspective (Sacra Liturgia ); Liturgy in the Twenty-First Century: Contemporary Issues and Perspectives (Sacra Liturgia USA ); Sacred Liturgy: The Source and Summit of the Life and Mission of the Church (Sacra Liturgia ); Celebrating the Eucharist: Sacrifice and Communion (FOTA V, ); Benedict XVI and the Roman Missal (FOTA IV, .   The ministerial priesthood is a specific vocation within the Church in which a man is called by Christ in the apostolic line to offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Priests are different by virtue of ordination, as confirmed by the council itself in paragraph 10 of “Lumen Gentium,” which emphasized that the baptized and the ordained share.


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Image of the good shepherd as a source for the spirituality of the ministerial priesthood by Nicholas Cachia Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Image of the Good Shepherd as a Source for the Spirituality of the Ministerial Priesthood Volume 4 of Serie spiritualità], [Tesi Gregoriana Volume 4 of Tesi Gregoriana Volume 4 of Tesi gregoriana: Serie spiritualità: Author: Nicholas Cachia: Publisher: Gregorian Biblical BookShop, ISBN:Length: pages.

The Image of the Good Shepherd as a Source for the Spirituality of the Ministerial Priesthood Book Summary: The introduction sets up the shepherd image by presenting some basic principles for arriving at the theological meaning of this image.

The study goes on to illustrate the interdependence and interplay of traditions in relation to the meaning of the shepherd image. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The image of the good shepherd as a source for the spirituality of the ministerial priesthood by Nicholas Cachia; 1 edition; First published in Cachia N.,   The Image of the Good Shepherd as  a  Source for the Spirituality of the Ministerial Priesthood, Roma Fauconnier G., Turner M.,   The Way We Think: Conceptual Blending And The Mind’s Hidden Complexities, New York Author: Aleksander Gomola.

Contributors include those who have worked in Rome with Sofia Cavalletti, the founder of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, for most of its 50 years as well as those who have been responsible for shepherding its growth in Mexico, Canada, and the United States.

Book jacket. This is an image of Christ which has always appealed to Christians. We have Christ as our shepherd—He tells us so himself in today's gospel—and.

He highlights the roles of the Catholic priest as servant, bridegroom, shepherd, victim, teacher, prophet, celebrant and minister of reconciliation.

At a time when many priests feel their identity called into question, this book offers new hope for the renewal of the priesthood in the Catholic Church. No, you are a priest of Jesus Christ. You are a shepherd for the Good Shepherd. As such, you come not to be served, but to serve.

Not to make life more dull and burdensome, but to give life -- to transmit the new life of grace -- and to give it in abundance. The purpose of a shepherd is to lead the sheep to life-giving waters.

- Some images portray Jesus as the Lamb of God; others show him as the Good Shepherd, holding a lamb. See more ideas about The good shepherd, Christian art and Religious art pins. CHAP Part I OLD TESTAMENT BACKGOUND OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD DISCOURSE which is illustrated by the image of the "good shepherd" in verses and the loving host of the messianic banquet which is the foreshadow of the Eucharistic banquet and the Communion of Saints in verses The ministerial priesthood was established in the.

This book is out of print at the moment but is in the course of being reprinted by an American publisher: WIPF and STOCK Publishers, West 8th Avenue, Suite 3, Eugene, OregonUSA. Web site: Contents. INTRODUCTION 7. Theological. 1 The priesthood of Christ and its development in the New Testament 28 2 Ministerial.

The image of the good shepherd as a source for the spirituality of the ministerial priesthood. [Nicholas Cachia] -- "This is a valuable aid for a critical understanding of the image of the Good Shepherd as a source for the spirituality of the ministerial priesthood.

"The Good Shepherd" is a work of art from the catacombs that shows Christ playing the role of the good shepherd, leading a flock of sheep. Once Christianity was sanctioned by Constantine, a need for churches arose in the ancient world.

Paul II, as cited in Donovanp. 30). Donovan described John Paul's image of a priest as similar to that of the French school of spirituality. John Paul emphasized that the ministerial priesthood does not originate in the community but from Christ. According to Donovan, John Paul's was a high theology of priesthood, which included a heroic.

source in the charity of the Father. He sent the Son, High Priest and Good Shepherd, and we are united sacramentally with the ministerial priesthood through the action of the Holy Spirit. The life and the ministry of the priest are a continuation of the life and the action of the same Christ.

In Pastores Dabo Vobis, the image of Christ the Good Shepherd reveals the specific form of holiness that, in John Paul’s view, must inform the priesthood—what he called the holiness of “pastoral charity.” The priest’s “headship” of a local Catholic community is.

A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep” (John ). Unlike a hired hand who flees to save his life, Jesus saved his flock from the wolf even though it meant sacrificing his own life.

The parable Jesus told about the lost sheep is a story about Jesus' concern and care for us sinners. Check out these great inspirational picture quotes. Share a great picture quote from this collection.

Check out these new images you can use while studying the Book of Mormon. Enjoy these images from the most recent episodes of the Book of Mormon Videos Images. For other Primary resources, visit Resources for Teaching Children. The Priesthood and Good Shepherd Sunday Last Sunday's homily by the Rev.

Robert Marczewski was particularly engaging, I thought. It was the Second Sunday after Easter, traditionally known as Good Shepherd Sunday, and Fr. Marczewski chose to relate the theme of the Good Shepherd to the shepherding or pastoring provided by our ministerial : Pertinacious Papist.

Background. Father Paul Aulagnier, who had been provincial superior of the Society of Saint Pius X in France from to was expelled from the society in for having spoken in favour of the agreement between the Holy See and the priests of Campos, Brazil who form the Personal Apostolic Administration of Saint John Mary Vianney.

These priests, however, accepted the hermeneutics Location: Courtalain, Eure-et-Loir. Through today’s Gospel, Jesus teaches one of the central aspects of the ministerial priesthood: the priest as shepherd. It means that a priest is one who, by his consecration, lives for others.

The title, “ Father ”, like the title, “ Shepherd," expresses a relation of .The study of the mystery of the Church and of all ecclesial realities, in particular the priesthood, will be framed by the original and profound point of view of the participation of the priest in the consecration and mission of Christ, Head and Shepherd.

By situating the ministerial priesthood of priests and its functions within the framework.An excellent book on the theology and spirituality of the Priesthood and the clear relationship with the Mystery of Christ.

This is based on the theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar who relates the role of the Priest to the Person and Mission of Christ.5/5(3).