10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TO TAKE VOWS»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to to take vows
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Jesus of Nazareth: Son of God/Son of Man
God does not tell us not to take vows. Paul took at least one. Rather, God takes
our vows to him seriously. We are well advised to take our vows to him just as
seriously as God does. Another example is seen in the issues around church- ...
W. Mccrocklin, W. Michael McCrocklin, 2006
Vows of Silence: The Abuse of Power in the Papacy of John ...
Going deep behind the headlines about scandals in the Catholic Church, Jason Berry and Gerald Renner's Vows of Silence follows the staggering trail of evasions and deceit that leads directly to the Vatican -- and taints the legacy of Pope ...
Jason Berry, Gerald Renner, 2004
Confraternities and Catholic Reform in Italy, France, and Spain
The Daughters had petitioned de Paul repeatedly for the right to take vows. He
hesitated, fearing that vows would lead to enclosure; there- fore, when the
Daughters of Charity took vows they did so privately, during Mass, and never
John Patrick Donnelly, Michael W. Maher, 1999
Dealing with Deities: The Ritual Vow in South Asia
to be most readily available to those willing to take vows to those powers. This
theme appears time and time again in the essays included here. Some authors
suggest more, in fact. Lamb, for example, asserts that among the Hindu ascetics
Selva J. Raj, William P. Harman, 2012
Objection 1: It would seem that it is not expedient to take vows. It is not expedient
to anyone to deprive himself of the good that God has given him. Now one of the
greatest goods that God has given man is liberty whereof he seems to be ...
Saint Thomas (Aquinas), 1985
The History of the Relations Between the Low Countries and ...
In our Vicariate, however, there exists the custom of the young virgins renewing
their vows three or four times a year, i.e., from feast to feast; if they are more
virtuous, every year; allowing them to take vows for three years, should be done
Willy vande Walle, Noël Golvers, 2003
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Stolen Daughters, Virgin Mothers: Anglican Sisterhoods in ...
He consistently refiised to approve women presented by their communities for
profession, because they insisted on the right to take vows.16 (They were
professed anyway, but without his sanction.) Yet Wilberforce's attitude was seen
Summa Theologica, Volume 3 (Part II, Second Section)
We proceed thus to the Fourth Article:— Objection 1, It would seem that it is not
expedient to take vows. It is not expedient to anyone to deprive himself of the
good that God has given him. Now one of the greatest goods that God has given
Saint Margaret, Queen of the Scots: A Life in Perspective
The legal age of adulthood for girls in later Anglo-Saxon England was 12, and
they were allowed to make an independent decision to take vows at the age of
16.16 She could have taken the veil and remained at Wilton with the dowager ...