Buying the Field: Catholic Religious Life in Mission to the World [NOOK Book]

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Sandra Schneiders continues her rethinking of the traditional religious vows in the context of postmodernism, reaching back into the gospels for the meaning of “world” in order to discern the meaning of renunciation of the “world” by religious, examining the vow of poverty both in its economic and spiritual sense as well as the vow of obedience.
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Buying the Field: Catholic Religious Life in Mission to the World

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Overview

Sandra Schneiders continues her rethinking of the traditional religious vows in the context of postmodernism, reaching back into the gospels for the meaning of “world” in order to discern the meaning of renunciation of the “world” by religious, examining the vow of poverty both in its economic and spiritual sense as well as the vow of obedience.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781587682575
  • Publisher: Paulist Press
  • Publication date: 7/18/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 603,751
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2014

    Firework

    Yay!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2014

    Firework

    Ok.))) Sips her shake

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2014

    Ice tears and co

    Ice tears: yay. Queit and fluttershy: both give a quiet yay

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2014

    Blazin to Fluttershy

    See ya.*super runs*

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    Posted March 22, 2014

    Silver stars new story arrives...

    this afternoon at the earliest and monday at the latest! Find it here!

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    Posted March 7, 2014

    Game Guide and co.

    I stayed up REALLY late playing games, so its no wonder I slept in. When I woke up, Magical Lights was eating breakfast while Blacor read a ne<_>wspaper from Ponyville. I learned more about this place. They don't call themselves horses, they call themselves ponies. Princess Celestia and Princess Luna rule Equestria (which I guess is the country's name.) And the ponies have a lot in common with the humans of my old world. Magical was talking to Blacor about our nightly gaming session. "Game Guide was AMAZING! When she battled the Cl<_>ocktower on 'Ep<_>ic Mi<_>ckey', she managed to beat it without dy<_>ing! And that's on paint! I guess that's why her Cutie Mark is a book with 'NI<_>NTENDO' on it!" I asked "What is a Cutie Mark?" Magical looked at me. She's probably getting used to my questions. "A Cutie Mark is a symbol on your flanks. It represents a talent, an aspect of your ponysonality, or a signifact event. For example, my Cutie Mark is a wand because I learned magic at Hogwarts!" I got the idea, but I had to ask. "What about Blacor's?" Everything went silent. "Blacor, if Game's gonna be your ro<_>ommate, you might as well tell her."<br>"Tell me what?" But the orange pegasus before me dissappeared. In his place was something that looked like a pony, but something told me it wasn't. It was pure white, had no mane nor tail, with completely blue eyes, blue insect wings, a white curved horn on its forehead, holes in its legs, and long fangs that stuck out from both sides of its mouth. But the flaming torches are still on its flanks. "I'm a Changeling."<p>"Uh, not to be annoying, but a Changeling? What is that?" I asked. Blacor sighed and said "Its a creature that can disguise themselves as a pony. They feed off of love to power thier magic. Thier ruler is Queen Chrysallis." He paused, then continued "I... rebeled against the queen. I didn't want to spend my life ma<_>nipulating ponies to feed off thier love. It's wrong. It's ev<_>il. But my rebellion failed. I had to runaway, because I knew what Chrysallis would do to me. Then I got my Cutie Mark. I'm the first and only Changeling to have one. I disguised myself as a pegasus so nopony would think I'm evil. That I'm like THEM." I knew what he meant by "them" is by the other Changelings. "Don't tell ANYPONY. Understand?" I nodded. Then Blacor turned back into a pegasus, and he flew to Ponyville. Magical Light gripped my hoof and we Apparated to Ponyville.

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