Mystery and Sacrament of Love: A Theology of Marriage and the Family for the New Evangelization (Paperback)
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Mystery and Sacrament of Love: A Theology of Marriage and the Family for the New Evangelization (Paperback)

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Paperback 346 Pages / Published: 26/10/2015
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Publisher: William B Eerdmans Publishing Co
ISBN: 9780802873347
Number of pages: 346
Weight: 499 g
Dimensions: 226 x 150 x 25 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.
Archbishop of Philadelphia
"Rich in substance and comprehensive in scope, Cardinal Ouellet's superb study of the theology and sacramentality of marriage is perfect for addressing today's most urgent issues in Catholic life. ... An invaluable resource in recovering a faithful understanding of marriage, family, and the new evangelization."Peter Casarella
University of Notre Dame
"This beautifully translated edition of Cardinal Ouellet's book illuminates the contemporary crisis of married love by focusing on the profoundly nuptial dimension of the Christian sacraments. ... If you are searching for a clear way to connect the theology of John Paul II with the new tasks for the Church put forth by Pope Francis, then this book is a must-read. You will most likely be surprised at how closely the two programs converge."Eamon Martin
Archbishop of Armagh
"A magisterial panorama of Church teaching on marriage and the family. ... In a culture that easily bypasses serious reflection on marriage, Cardinal Ouellet uses a new key that of nuptial trinitarian anthropology to open up for readers a fresh and penetrating perspective on his subject, thereby presenting the Church with new pastoral insights, deep academic perception, and great ecclesial wisdom."Terrence Prendergast, S.J.
Archbishop of Ottawa
"This rich theological reflection builds on the resources of the Church's tradition and sees a spirituality of the couple grounded in and issuing from the liturgical celebration of marriage. ... To peruse this book is to enter an architectural marvel wherein one sees trinitarian Love descending and touching earth and the lives of individuals, especially those called to matrimony. I recommend it with enthusiasm.""
Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.
-- Archbishop of Philadelphia
"Rich in substance and comprehensive in scope, Cardinal Ouellet's superb study of the theology and sacramentality of marriage is perfect for addressing today's most urgent issues in Catholic life. . . . An invaluable resource in recovering a faithful understanding of marriage, family, and the new evangelization." Peter Casarella
-- University of Notre Dame
"This beautifully translated edition of Cardinal Ouellet's book illuminates the contemporary crisis of married love by focusing on the profoundly nuptial dimension of the Christian sacraments. . . . If you are searching for a clear way to connect the theology of John Paul II with the new tasks for the Church put forth by Pope Francis, then this book is a must-read. You will most likely be surprised at how closely the two programs converge." Eamon Martin
-- Archbishop of Armagh
"A magisterial panorama of Church teaching on marriage and the family. . . . In a culture that easily bypasses serious reflection on marriage, Cardinal Ouellet uses a new key -- that of nuptial trinitarian anthropology -- to open up for readers a fresh and penetrating perspective on his subject, thereby presenting the Church with new pastoral insights, deep academic perception, and great ecclesial wisdom." Terrence Prendergast, S.J.
-- Archbishop of Ottawa
"This rich theological reflection builds on the resources of the Church's tradition and sees a spirituality of the couple grounded in and issuing from the liturgical celebration of marriage. . . . To peruse this book is to enter an architectural marvel wherein one sees trinitarian Love descending and touching earth and the lives of individuals, especially those called to matrimony. I recommend it with enthusiasm."

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