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MOBI ´ DOC Married Priests in the Catholic Church º ADAM A. J. DEVILLE º ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☂ Married Priests in the Catholic Church ✎ Author Adam A. J. DeVille – Goproled.co.uk These essays offer a historically rigorous dismantling of Western claims about the superiorityThese essays offer a historically rigorous dismantling of Western claims about the superiority of celibate priestsAlthough celibacy is often seen as a distinctive feature of the Catholic priesthood both Catholic and Orthodox Churches in fact have rich and diverse traditions of married priests The essays contained in Married Priests in the Catholic Church offer the most comprehensive treatment of these traditions to date These essays written by a wide ranging group that includes historians pastors theologians canon lawyers and the wives and children of married Roman Catholic Eastern Catholic and Eastern Orthodox priests offer diverse perspect

Married Priests in the Catholic ChurchThese essays offer a historically rigorous dismantling of Western claims about the superiority of celibate priestsAlthough celibacy is often seen as a distinctive feature of the Catholic priesthood both Catholic and Orthodox Churches in fact have rich and diverse traditions of married priests The essays contained in Married Priests in the Catholic Church offer the most comprehensive treatment of these traditions to date These essays written by a wide ranging group that includes historians pastors theologians canon lawyers and the wives and children of married Roman Catholic Eastern Catholic and Eastern Orthodox priests offer diverse perspect

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Married Priests in the Catholic Church ¹ Ives from many countries and traditions on the subject including personal historical theological and canonical accounts As a collection these essays push especially against two tendencies in thinking about married priesthood today Against the idea that a married priesthood would solve every problem in Catholic clerical culture this collection deromanticizes and demythologizes the notion of married priesthood At the same time against distinctively modern theological trends that posit the superiority apostolicity and ?ontological? necessity of celibate priests this collection refutes the claim that priestly ordination and celibacy must be so c MOBI î Married Priests in the Catholic Church ✓ Adam A. J. DeVille

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Adam A. J. DeVille ✓ Married Priests in the Catholic Church BOOK Losely linkedIn addressing the topic of married priesthood from both practical and theoretical angles and by drawing on a variety of perspectives Married Priests in the Catholic Church will be of interest to a wide audience including historians theologians canon lawyers and seminary professors and formators as well as pastors parish leaders and laypeopleContributors Adam A J DeVille David G Hunter Dellas Oliver Herbel James S Dutko Patrick Viscuso Alexander M Laschuk John Hunwicke Edwin Barnes Peter Galadza David Meinzen Julian Hayda Irene Galadza Nicholas Denysenko William C Mills Andrew Jarmus Thomas J Loya Lawrence Cross and Basilio Petr?