Homilies at a First Mass: Joseph Ratzinger's Gift to Priests

Author:  Fr. Emery de Gaál
Publisher:  The Institute For Priestly Formation
SKU: HFM

This book is a collection of homilies delivered by Joseph Ratzinger at the First Masses of newly ordained priests, and on other occasions, during various times in the twentieth century. These homilies are filled with an understanding of priesthood and ecclesial ministry that invites priests to abide in Christ, listen to Him, and draw their identity and mission from Christ’s own shared priesthood.

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This book is a collection of homilies delivered by Joseph Ratzinger at the First Masses of newly ordained priests, and on other occasions, during various times in the twentieth century. These homilies are filled with an understanding of priesthood and ecclesial ministry that invites priests to abide in Christ, listen to Him, and draw their identity and mission from Christ’s own shared priesthood.

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Publisher The Institute For Priestly Formation
Author Fr. Emery de Gaál
Product Type Paperback
Width (inches) 5.5
Height (inches) 8.5
Publication Date 6/14/2016
ISBN/UPC 9780988761384
Number of Pages 82

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Fr. Emery de Gaál V.D., Dipl. Theol., Ph.D., is Chairperson and Professor in the Departments of Dogmatic Theology and Pre-Theology at the University of St Mary of the Lake, Mundelein Seminary, Illinois. He is a member of Catholic-Protestant Ecumenical Dialogue in Nuremberg, Germany, author of The Art of Equanimity: A Study on the Theological Hermeneutics of Saint Anselm of Canterbury and The Theology of Pope Benedict XVI: The Christocentric Shift. He has contributed articles and book reviews to a number of academic journals and is a member of the American Academy of Religion, Catholic Theological Society of America, Medieval Academy of America, Société Internationale des Mediévistes, and The International Mariological Society.