To Hear the Word of God: Homilies at Mass

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Index
Adam, sin of, 294
Advent,
history of, 19
season filled with longing, 29f., 188f.
"Amen," 231f.
Christ as, 232
Anámnesis, 260
Angels,
ministration to Christ by, 79
"purity" of, 257
relevance of, 238
"sent" by God, 242f.
Anselm of Bec, St., 89
Augustine, St., 169f., 198
Authority, 108f., 217
and integrity, 246f.
Baptism,
commitment in, 189
rite as sign, 48f.
Barth, Karl, 23, 176
Bergson, Henri, 112
Bernardine piety, 41f.
Bishops,
collegiality of, 180, 234
role in Church, 179f., 234, 265
Body of Christ,
Church as, 228, 280
Burke, Billie, 75
Calvin, John, 63f.
Campbell, Joseph, 186f.
Casel, Dom Odo, 105
Christians,
as apostles, 228
as disciples, 208, 254
as lovers of truth, 205, 268f.
as messengers of God, 24
as mystics, 274
as servants, 207f.
community spirit of, 270f., 272f., 282f.
mutual admonition among, 58f., 150, 270f.
vocation of, 210, 262, 267f.
weakness of, 80
Church,
as bride, 179
as new Jerusalem, 93, 225f.
as object of faith, 63f.
as temple of the Lord, 134
reforms in, 152
unity of, 293f.
Clement of Rome, St., 282f.
Compassion, 135
Confirmation, sacrament of, 290
Contraception, 112f., 156, 202
Cyril of Jerusalem, St., 101, 287
Death,
as punishment for sin, 83f.
as reconciliation, 153f.
for the Christian, 105, 263, 279
liturgical concept of, 281f.
union with Christ uninterrupted by, 185
Dignity, human, 182
Donne, Dr. [John], 59
Ecumenism,
unity through celebration of Eucharist, 272
Eliah, 78, 79, 83, 84
Election, divine, 53f., 74
Eliot, T. S., 27, 30
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 42f.
Eucharist,
as agápē, 141
as bond of reconciliation and peace, 211, 289
as bond of unity and charity, 95f., 141f., 151, 160, 211f., 230, 293
as Christ's sacrifice done in sacrament, 243
as Lord's supper, 95f., 159, 290
as thanksgiving, 162
sign of discovery of Christ, 161
sign of love and life, 141, 212, 217
transforming power of, 155
Faith, 175, 277
and reality, 276f.
as an order of knowledge, 273
as personal commitment to Christ, 154f., 241f.
as relation of love, 193
as transcendence of reason, 278f.
knowledge of, 204f.
sacrament as signs of, 147f.
Farren, Robert, 281
Fidelity to God, 190f.
Forgiveness of sins, 297
Freedom,
from the law, 178
of God's sons, 36f., 178
responsibility of, 188f.
Generosity of God, 284, 287
Glory of God, 86, 220

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Temporal Cycle 17
  • Christmas Time 34
  • Time of Epiphany 44
  • Time After Epiphany to Septuagesima 50
  • Time of Septuagesima 61
  • Season of Lent 74
  • Paschal Time - (instruction Preceding Solemn Mass of the Paschal Vigil) 103
  • Ascencion Time 118
  • Season After Pentecost 129
  • Sanctoral Cycle 163
  • Index 298
  • Index of Scripture Citations 301
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