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The Priest's Studies

The Priest's Studies

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  • ISBN-13: 9781518611230
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Release Date: Oct 14, 2015
  • Pages: 250 pages
  • Dimensions: 0.57 x 9.0 x 6.0 inches

Overview

THIS series of Handbooks is designed to meet a need, which, the Editors believe, has been widely felt, and which results in great measure from the predominant importance attached to Dogmatic and Moral Theology in the studies preliminary to the Priesthood. That the first place must of necessity be given to these subjects will not be disputed. But there remains a large outlying field of professional knowledge which is always in danger of being crowded out in the years before ordination, and the practical utility of which may not be fully realised until some experience of the ministry has been gained. It will be the aim of the present series to offer the sort of help which is dictated by such experience, and its developments will be largely guided by the suggestions, past and future, of the Clergy themselves. To provide Textbooks for Dogmatic Treatises is not contemplated-at any rate not at the outset. On the other hand, the pastoral work of the missionary priest will be kept constantly in view, and the series will also deal with those historical and liturgical aspects of Catholic belief and practice which are every day being brought more into prominence. That the needs of English-speaking countries are, in these respects, exceptional, must be manifest to all. In point of treatment il seems desirable tha.t the volumes should be popular rather than scholastic, but the Editors hope that by the selection of writers, fully competent in their special subjects, the information given may always be accurate and abreast of nlodern research. The kind approval of this scheme by His Grace the Archbishop of Westminster, in whose Diocese these Inanuals arc edited. has suggested that the series should be introduced to the public under the general title of Westminster Library. It is hoped, however, that contributors ma.y also be found among the distinguished Clergy of I rc1and and America, and that the Westminster Library will be representative of Catholic scholarship in English speaking countries.

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