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Long have I loved you : a theologian reflects on his church /
Walter J. Burghardt.
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Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, 2000.
description
vi, 506 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1570752966 (paper)
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imprint
Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, 2000.
isbn
1570752966 (paper)
catalogue key
3511632
 
"Publications of Walter J. Burghardt": p. 485-503.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Prefacep. v
From Demosthenes to Damascene: Classics and Patristicsp. 1
From Seminary to University: Theology Yesterday and Todayp. 23
From Luther to Paul VI: Isolation and Ecumenismp. 66
From Prior Testament Prophet to New Testament Preacher: The Art and Craft of Preachingp. 106
From Cain to Antichrist: Social Injustice and the Just Wordp. 148
From Manresa to El Salvador: Jesuit Spiritualityp. 180
From Genesis to Bonhoeffer: Free Like Godp. 209
From Jesus Christ to Vatican II: Ordained Priesthoodp. 234
From the Samaritan Woman to the Catholic Tomorrow: Apostolate of the Laityp. 265
From Eve to Mary to ?: Women in the Churchp. 289
From the Apostle Paul to John Paul II: Crisis in the Churchp. 328
From Hippocrates to Kevorkian: Catholicism and the Medical Professionp. 357
From Life to Life: On Turning Eighty-Fivep. 383
Epilogue: Grateful Memoriesp. 401
Notesp. 433
Publications of Walter J. Burghardt, S.J.p. 485
Index of Personal Namesp. 504
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