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|I||The Origin and Essence of the Church||13|
|II||The Primacy of Peter and the Unity of the Church||47|
|III||The Universal Church and the Particular Church: The Task of the Bishop||75|
|IV||On the Essence of the Priesthood||105|
|V||A Company in Constant Renewal||133|
|Epilogue: Party of Christ or Church of Jesus Christ?||157|
This book is something of a basic, simple thesis on the structure and life of the Latin-rite Roman Catholic Church by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger who, in 2005, would become Pope Benedict XVI. I find it to be a convincing argument for the Church's structure in a time when many question the need for authority and structure. Called to Communion is a small book and would be especially appropriate for undegraduate theology courses as well as adult faith education courses.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 16, 2009
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