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Spirit in the Body: A Guide to Understanding the Catholic Sacraments

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Pages: 54

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: Date:Unknown - Brown ROA Media

By: Walter J. Bildstein

This book is about the fidelity of Jesus, about His promise to be with His people until the end of time, about how he is active within the Body, his Church - the Sign of Jesus present in history, shaping and shaped by it, ever alive and enlivening it. It is a book about those unique actions of Christ, the sacraments, that build his Body, give it life and are signs of worship, life and hope in a world hungry for a sense of meaning that proclaims the transcendent value of human existence. This book is in response to those who seek a succinct theological understanding of the sacraments and an insight into the ritual and language constitutive of a sacramental theology for teachers, catechists and the interested lay reader. The subjects are in alphabetical order to facilitate reference. --- from book's Preface  


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