Hecker Studies: Essays on the Thought of Isaac Hecker

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John Farina
Paulist Press, 1983 - 243 trang
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Five essays offering analysis of Hecker's thought from the perspectives of church history, political science, theology, and psychology. +

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The Early Diaries
Isaac Hecker and the Feminine
Hecker as Redemptorist
The Lingering Illness
A Life of Individuation
Hopes and Realities
The Period Prior to the Programme of Rule
The Programme of Rule June

Priest and Political Theorist
The Civil War
Isaac Hecker Catholicism and Modern Society
A Jungian Analysis of Isaac Thomas Hecker
Heckers Early Years
The 1870s
Annotated Bibliography
Secondary Sources
Notes on the Contributors
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Trang 88 - Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof...
Trang 86 - Sydney E. Ahlstrom, A Religious History of the American People (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1972); a more compact account is by Winthrop S.
Trang 138 - We were unclothed, pure, and unconscious of anything but pure love and joy, and I felt as if we had always lived together, and that our motions, actions, feelings and thoughts came from one center.
Trang 83 - Louis Hartz, The Liberal Tradition in America (New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1955); and Daniel Boorstin, The Genius of American Politics (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953).
Trang 32 - But in the matter of which we are now speaking, Beloved Son, the project involves a greater danger and is more hostile to Catholic doctrine and discipline, inasmuch as the followers of these novelties judge that a certain liberty ought to be introduced into the Church, so that, limiting the exercise and vigilance of its powers, each one of the faithful may act more freely in pursuance of his own natural bent and capacity.
Trang 110 - As far as is compatible with faith and piety," he declared, "I am for accepting the American civilization with its usages and customs. . . . The character and spirit of our people and their institutions must find themselves at home in our Church in the way those of other nations have done, and it is on this basis alone that the Catholic religion can make progress in our country.
Trang 140 - The beginnings of our whole psychic life seem to be inextricably rooted in this point, and all our highest and ultimate purposes seem to be striving towards it.

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