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by Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange

eBook The Priest In Union With Christ ePub
Author: Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange
Language: English
ISBN: 0895557029
ISBN13: 978-0895557025
Publisher: TAN Books (January 1, 2002)
Pages: 268
Category: Christian Living
Subcategory: Christians
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 243
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ePub file: 1546 kb
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Garrigou-Lagrange as a young priest. The Priest in Union with Christ (1948).

Garrigou-Lagrange as a young priest. Gontran-Marie Garrigou Lagrange. He is commonly held to have influenced the decision in 1942 to place the privately circulated book Une école de théologie: le Saulchoir (Étiolles 1937) by Marie-Dominique Chenu, .  .

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In this new work The Priest in Union with Christ the spiritual life of a priest and his special priestly functions are considered with a view to underlining . by Rev R Garrigou-Lagrange OP (Author), Brother Hermenegild TOSF (Author).

In this new work The Priest in Union with Christ the spiritual life of a priest and his special priestly functions are considered with a view to underlining the following three points.

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Start by marking The Priest in Union with Christ as Want to Read . Garrigou-Lagrange, . The whole book stands on the example of Saint priests of the past and stresses the value of a relationship of the priest with Mary.

Start by marking The Priest in Union with Christ as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. expounds in a disciplined manner upon the specific holiness of the priesthood and the supernatural fruitfulness of the priestly apostolate. Excellent material, if you can get through to the en.

Of several of his books 'The Love of God and the Cross of Christ' the most hellpfull

Of several of his books 'The Love of God and the Cross of Christ' the most hellpfull.

Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange. Strength in Numbers: How to Leverage the Power of Our Prayers. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange. The Three Ages of the Interior Life: Prelude of Eternal Life (1938), synthesis of Christian Perfection and Contemplation and Love of God and the Cross of Jesus (online).

Reginald Marie Garrigou-Lagrange, . February 21, 1877, Auch, France – February 15, 1964, Rome) was a Catholic theologian and is generally accepted to be the greatest Catholic thomist of the 20th century. He taught at the "Angelicum" in Rome from 1909 to 1960. Father Garrigou-Lagrange initially attracted attention when he wrote against Modernism.

Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange. In The Priest in Union with Christ, the famous Thomistic theologian Fr. Walmart 9780895557025. Steeped in Sacred Scripture, St. Thomas Aquinas and other traditional Catholic sources, the author presents the classic Catholic traditions on the priestly vocation traditions which many seminarians and young priests today may have never even heard of. Impr. 264 pgs, PB. Specifications.

In The Priest in Union with Christ, the famous Thomistic theologian Fr. Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P. expounds in a disciplined manner upon the specific holiness of the priesthood and the supernatural fruitfulness of the priestly apostolate. Steeped in Sacred Scripture, St. Thomas Aquinas and other traditional Catholic sources, the author presents the classic Catholic traditions on the priestly vocation traditions which many seminarians and young priests today may have never even heard of. Impr. 264 pgs, PB
Usaxma
This book goes through the roles and duties of the priest, from saying mass to hearing confessions and giving spiritual direction and all things in between. Father Garrigou-Lagrange discusses proper and improper dispositions of the priest when celebrating the mass, the proper form of a homily, how to be a good confessor, and how to give spiritual direction amongst many other things. Although I am married (so the priesthood is out for me), I learned a lot from this book and gained a new and deeper appreciation for not only the priest and what he does, but also the mass and the sacraments. Of course, this is a MUST READ for anyone discerning a call to the priesthood and probably anyone who is a priest. It seems there is a lot of bad training of priests these days, and the author makes solid cases and arguments for why certain things should be the way they are.
Frostdefender
Solid! Can't go wrong with it!
Flarik
The Priest In Union With Christ
This book discusses the priesthood going back to the Old Testament and how the Levital priesthood was a precursor to the New Testament priest, so it is very Biblical in that way. However, there is also much of a culture point of view verses a scriptural point of view. For example, some pagan ideas about purgatory mold and shape a priesthood of works by the priest, including suffering, etc. instead of depending on the redemptive, substitutionary work of Christ. The culture overrides the gospel. There is a theoretical concept of the priest being Mary's son, because Jesus which is just a cultural idea. To maintain celibacy, priests identified themselves that way. Much of the perspective of the book is based on human reasoning, instead of Jesus Christ.

If one studies the ministry gifts in 1 Cor. 12 and other places, one can discern the wonderful work of Christ through the priesthood.

There are discussions of proper and improper dispositions of the priest when celebrating the mass, the proper form of a homily, how to be a good confessor, and how to give spiritual direction, it covers the gamut very well, but with the good, there is also the discomfort of the unscriptural teatment of purgatory and how that is applied to the priest. It contains the Dogmatic Teaching of the Church on the mass. The discussion of purgatory is unscriptural and has since the writing of the book been revised.

Here is an excerpt from the book:
"Confessor is not intended merely to rid the penitent of his vices but also to conduct him along the way of perfection and to help him grow in virtue. Such has been the constant teaching of the Saints: for instance, St. Alphonsus:

"One perfect soul is more acceptable in God's sight than a thousand imperfect ones. So when a confessor finds a soul whose life is free from serious faults, he should take all possible care to lead such a soul into the way of perfection and of divine love. Let him bring home to that soul how deserving God is of all our love and the gratitude we owe to Jesus Christ, who has loved us to the extent of laying down His life on our behalf. He should also point out the danger to which a soul exposes itself by resisting a special call from God to a more perfect way of life."
Therefore, spiritual direction is one of the normal means of progress in virtue and of arriving at intimate union with God."

"St Francis de Sales says that a good director "must be full of charity, of knowledge and prudence; if one of these three qualities be wanting in him, there is danger. Knowledge is required of the spiritual life and of the means which lead to union with God: prudence is essential for the practice application of principles to the individual being directed: fervent charity is required so that the director inclines his will toward God and not toward himself, leading souls to God and not to himself. This spirit of sincere and fervent charity is opposed to sentimentality which is merely a pretence of love existing in the emotions and hardly at all in the will."
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