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By Fr. Carter Griffin
(hardcover, a $25 value)
"The Church today demands a profound renewal of celibate priesthood and the fatherhood to which it is ordered."
Priestly celibacy, some say, is an outdated relic from another age. Others see it as a lonely way of life.
But as Fr. Carter Griffin argues in Why Celibacy?: Reclaiming the Fatherhood of the Priest, the ancient practice of celibacy, when lived well, helps a priest exercise his spiritual fatherhood joyfully and fruitfully. Along the way, Griffin explores the question of optional celibacy, some pitfalls of celibate paternity, the selection and formation of candidates for celibate priesthood, the powerful impact of celibacy on the Church and the wider culture, among other topics.
In a critical moment for the Catholic priesthood, Fr. Griffin brings light and hope with a new perspective on the Church's perennial wisdom on celibacy.
The Eucharist in Scripture
By Dr. Scott Hahn
(DVD-Set, a $50 value)
Liturgy is an essential element of Scripture. It is central to the Bible’s story. The New Testament liturgy—especially the Eucharist—was promised in the Old Testament. It was anticipated, prefigured, foreshadowed. And it was fulfilled by Jesus in his Sacred Passion.
In The Eucharist in Scripture, discover God’s plan as it is expressed through the Bible and the liturgy. This six-lesson study, presented by Dr. Scott Hahn, will unlock the meaning of covenant, sacrifice, and sacrament as understood in the Bible, from Genesis through Revelation. The liturgical content and context of the Bible remain relevant to Catholics today. In three powerful presentations, The Eucharist in Scripture reveals the message of God’s love for us in. This study includes three foundational talks: “The Lamb’s Supper,” "The Fourth Cup," and "Consuming the Word."