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Poverty Reduction And Vincentian Higher Education Institutions, Marco Tavanti, Craig Mousin Sep 2011

Poverty Reduction And Vincentian Higher Education Institutions, Marco Tavanti, Craig Mousin

Craig B. Mousin

Dr. Marco Tavanti and Craig Mousin discuss with Dr. Scott Kelly the university's responsibility for poverty reduction as expressed in the conferences and special number of Vincentian Heritage "What would Vincent do? Vincentian Higher Education and Poverty Reduction"


Meditation On Wendell Berry’S The Gift Of Good Land, Steven C. Bouma-Prediger Dec 2009

Meditation On Wendell Berry’S The Gift Of Good Land, Steven C. Bouma-Prediger

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Monotheism And Tolerance: Recovering A Religion Of Reason, Robert Erlewine Dec 2009

Monotheism And Tolerance: Recovering A Religion Of Reason, Robert Erlewine

Robert Erlewine

Why are religious tolerance and pluralism so difficult to achieve? Why is the often violent fundamentalist backlash against them so potent? Robert Erlewine looks to a new religion of reason for answers to these questions. Drawing on Enlightenment writers Moses Mendelssohn, Immanuel Kant, and Hermann Cohen, who placed Christianity and Judaism in tension with tolerance and pluralism, Erlewine finds a way to break the impasse, soften hostilities, and establish equal relationships with the Other. Erlewine's recovery of a religion of reason stands in contrast both to secularist critics of religion who reject religion for the sake of reason and ...


The Faithful Flyer, 12-20-2009 To 01-03-2010, University Of Dayton. Campus Ministry Dec 2009

The Faithful Flyer, 12-20-2009 To 01-03-2010, University Of Dayton. Campus Ministry

Chapel Bulletins

No abstract provided.


2009-12-18; Pamphlets; Celebrating The Life Of Gerald Keith Richardson, Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church Dec 2009

2009-12-18; Pamphlets; Celebrating The Life Of Gerald Keith Richardson, Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church

Pamphlets and Commemoration Material

No abstract provided.


How Do We Practice Our Religion While We Practice?, Thomas B. Griffith Dec 2009

How Do We Practice Our Religion While We Practice?, Thomas B. Griffith

Vol. 2: Service & Integrity

This address was given to the Salt Lake Chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake City on November 19, 2003.


The Doctrine Of Religious Freedom, W. Cole Durham Jr. Dec 2009

The Doctrine Of Religious Freedom, W. Cole Durham Jr.

Vol. 2: Service & Integrity

This devotional address was given to the BYU student body on April 3, 2001.


With Charity For All, Matthew S. Holland Dec 2009

With Charity For All, Matthew S. Holland

Vol. 2: Service & Integrity

This Law and Literature class lecture was given at BYU Law School on April 3, 2008.


Peacemaking: Our Essential Work In The Last Days, Chieko N. Okazaki Dec 2009

Peacemaking: Our Essential Work In The Last Days, Chieko N. Okazaki

Vol. 2: Service & Integrity

This address was given at the J. Reuben Clark Law Society Conference at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, on February 16, 2007.


And With All Thy Mind, John W. Welch Dec 2009

And With All Thy Mind, John W. Welch

Vol. 2: Service & Integrity

This devotional address was given to the BYU student body on September 30, 2003.


The Faithful Flyer, 12-13-2009, University Of Dayton. Campus Ministry Dec 2009

The Faithful Flyer, 12-13-2009, University Of Dayton. Campus Ministry

Chapel Bulletins

No abstract provided.


Healing Gifts Cultivate Joy, Lawrence Frizzell Dec 2009

Healing Gifts Cultivate Joy, Lawrence Frizzell

Department of Religion Publications

Cycle C liturgical readings for the Third Sunday of Advent, December 13, 2009: Zep 3:14-18; Is 12:2-6; Phil 4:4-7; Lk 3:10-18.This article was previously published in The Catholic Advocate.


Healing Gifts Cultivate Joy, Lawrence E. Frizzell D.Phil. Dec 2009

Healing Gifts Cultivate Joy, Lawrence E. Frizzell D.Phil.

Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell, S.T.L., S.S.L., D.Phil.

Cycle C liturgical readings for the Third Sunday of Advent, December 13, 2009: Zep 3:14-18; Is 12:2-6; Phil 4:4-7; Lk 3:10-18.

This article was previously published in The Catholic Advocate.


Out Of India: Immigrant Hindus And South Asian Hinduism In The United States, Chad M. Bauman, Jennifer Saunders Dec 2009

Out Of India: Immigrant Hindus And South Asian Hinduism In The United States, Chad M. Bauman, Jennifer Saunders

Chad M. Bauman

The article provides a survey of research on immigrant Hindus and South Asian Hinduism in the United States, focusing in particular on certain trends in the development of American Hinduism (e.g., Americanization, protestantization, ecumenization, congregationalization, homogenization, ritual adaptation) and prominent themes in more recent scholarship on the topic (e.g., race, transnational connections, and Hindu nationalism).


The Crisis Of Secularism In India, Chad M. Bauman Dec 2009

The Crisis Of Secularism In India, Chad M. Bauman

Chad M. Bauman

The essays in this volume address the "crisis of secularism" in India...


Global Human Thriving: A Christian Perspective, Christoffer H. Grundmann Dec 2009

Global Human Thriving: A Christian Perspective, Christoffer H. Grundmann

Theology Faculty Presentations

(excerpt) "Talking about global human thriving from a decidedly religious point of view requires interpreting a particular religious tradition in light of today’s ubiquitous ecological, economic, and political challenges. One cannot any longer stay content with a monologic explanation of happenings based on an authoritarian, unilateral interpretation of holy writ and the wisdom of old, at least not according to the Christian perception of life and human responsibility, because global issues like climate change, water scarcity, and nuclear overkill—to mention only a few—indiscriminately threaten the continuation of all of life as known so far. These issues compel ...


2009 Highlander Vol 92 No 6 December 8, 2009 Dec 2009

2009 Highlander Vol 92 No 6 December 8, 2009

Highlander - Regis University's Student-Written Newspaper

Regis University Student Newspaper


The Faithful Flyer, 12-06-2009, University Of Dayton. Campus Ministry Dec 2009

The Faithful Flyer, 12-06-2009, University Of Dayton. Campus Ministry

Chapel Bulletins

No abstract provided.


Revisiting Holy Spirit Language…What Happened At Pentecost?, Donald L. Fowler Dec 2009

Revisiting Holy Spirit Language…What Happened At Pentecost?, Donald L. Fowler

Donald L. Fowler

No abstract provided.


Unity, Charity, And Fraternity: Father Michael Mcgivney And The Knights Of Columbus, Kathleen A. Bruno Dec 2009

Unity, Charity, And Fraternity: Father Michael Mcgivney And The Knights Of Columbus, Kathleen A. Bruno

Pell Scholars and Senior Theses

My thesis discusses the reasons for the creation of the Knights of Columbus, a Catholic fraternal organization, in 1881. I discuss why Father Michael McGivney, a Catholic priest in New Haven, Connecticut, believed that the organization was necessary to prevent Catholic men from joining the "secret societies" of the nineteenth century. I also explain the present-day Knights of Columbus and how McGivney's vision is carried out today through the Order.


Scattering Flowers, Eileen Admo James Cotter Dec 2009

Scattering Flowers, Eileen Admo James Cotter

Verbum

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"One of the most important missions we have as parents is to instill in our children those values that we view as critical to living a successful life. Although the early parent-child years are filled with countless, explicit small lessons and recommendations, it is our unspoken values that teach the most during that time. Children are very keen observers and can see through (and often make their best attempt to ignore) our verbal recommendations, especially if they do not align with our non-verbal actions. For example, teaching children ...


"Clocking Koufax", Ron A. Ambrosetti Dec 2009

"Clocking Koufax", Ron A. Ambrosetti

Verbum

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"Walking out of the tunnels of Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium, even after the roaring crowds had departed in compressed streams of red taillights, was the best part of the evening, John Angelina had decided early in the baseball season. Especially now that the Orioles were headed for a pennant and possibly the World Series, the line of groupies would wait for the pitchers. Not that the other players or positions were any less attractive, it was just something about the pitchers. Particularly that battery of pitchers that year ...


"The Life And Miracles Of Fisher Alumnus Justin Miller, 2007", Justin Miller Dec 2009

"The Life And Miracles Of Fisher Alumnus Justin Miller, 2007", Justin Miller

Verbum

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"It has been two academic years since I graduated with a B.A.in English and Religious Studies. I found college a great experience, but as it came to a close I was itching to get out of the classroom and begin a fulfilling career. I was of the impression that, just as diplomas are distributed upon graduation, employers would automatically provide studious and hard-working graduates stellar jobs. I felt entitled to such a position. After all, I worked hard for four years, was involved in clubs and ...


Preliminary Pages, No Author Dec 2009

Preliminary Pages, No Author

Verbum

No abstract provided.


The Present, Mary J. Iuppa Dec 2009

The Present, Mary J. Iuppa

Verbum

No abstract provided.


Religiosidad, Democracia, Laicismo, Antonio-Carlos Pereira-Menaut Dec 2009

Religiosidad, Democracia, Laicismo, Antonio-Carlos Pereira-Menaut

Antonio-Carlos Pereira-Menaut

In the discussion on religion-democracy-secularism, several Catholic authors make some mistakes. Firstly, they accept a historical «mea culpa» that is not always well founded, and they accept to discuss on State’s terms. They also indulge in «Eurocentrism», and undervalue certain factors in the conflict: the State’s «vocation of Church», Sovereignty, the displacement of politics towards what is personal and the loss of public validity of three important visions: the specific nature of politics, the basic agreement, and the general legal mass of rules and fundamental principles.


"Breaking Ground" A Look At The Impact Of The Cappadocian Fathers On The Establishment Of The Doctrine Of The Holy Spirit During The Transition Between The Council Of Nigeria (325) And The Council Of Constantinople (381)., Frederick J. Flo Dec 2009

"Breaking Ground" A Look At The Impact Of The Cappadocian Fathers On The Establishment Of The Doctrine Of The Holy Spirit During The Transition Between The Council Of Nigeria (325) And The Council Of Constantinople (381)., Frederick J. Flo

Verbum

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"At the center of Christian dogma lies the worship of the Holy Trinity. Naturally, with every central focus comes controversy. Throughout history, the interpretation of the Trinity has created a tremendous amount of debate. Opposition to specific interpretation is expected as numerous philosophies are bound to rise due to the simple truth that the reality of God can never be fully comprehended by human efforts. Therefore, with the nature and essence of God being left for definition to a finite source, disagreements about the true nature of God ...


Full Issue, No Author Dec 2009

Full Issue, No Author

Verbum

This is the full issue of Volume 7, Issue 1 of Verbum, published in Fall 2009 by the REST Club at St. John Fisher College. Articles from this issue are available as separate PDFs at http://fisherpub.sjfc.edu/verbum/vol7/iss1/


Developing One's Character: An Aristotelian Defense Of Sportsmanship, Tim Madigan Dec 2009

Developing One's Character: An Aristotelian Defense Of Sportsmanship, Tim Madigan

Verbum

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"While he lived long ago, the ethical writings of the Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) still have relevance to the present day, particularly when we try to understand the meaning of the term “sportsmanship.” For Aristotle, the purpose of ethical training was to help human beings achieve personal excellence, what he called “eudaimonia” or “self-fulfillment.” Since we are by nature social animals, such fulfillment can only occur within a communal setting. One judges an individual by the way in which that individual excels, and one judges ...


A Critical Examination Of Luke 15: 11-32, No Author Dec 2009

A Critical Examination Of Luke 15: 11-32, No Author

Verbum

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"The parable of the prodigal son is arguably one of the most well-known and frequently referenced parables of Jesus. Although the story is attributed to Jesus of Nazareth, it cannot be said with certainty that it did, in fact, originate with Jesus. Nevertheless, biblical scholars, theologians, clergy, and laypersons alike have deemed the text worthy of analysis and interpretation throughout the centuries. As scholar Charles W. Hedrick establishes in his work Parables as Poetic Fictions, it is imperative that the content of a parable be considered in its ...