Thursday, August 17, 2006

Books I Get To Read For My Fall Classes

Update: Instead of taking Vatican II this semester, I am going to take: Mary In The Modern World taught by Dr. Mark Miravalle. The books for that class are:

All generations shall call me Blessed: Biblical mariology by Stefano M Manelli

Contemporary Insights on a Fifth Marian Dogma by Mark Miravalle

Immaculate Conception and the Holy Spirit: The Marian Teaching of St. Maximilian Kolbe by H. M. Manteau-Bonamy

Mary: Coredemptrix, Mediatrix, Advocate : Theological Foundations II : Papal, Pneumatological, Ecumenical by Mark Miravalle

Mary and the Fathers of the Church: The Blessed Virgin Mary in Patristic Thought by Luigi Gambero

Most Holy Rosary by John Paul II

True Devotion to Mary by Louis De Monfort

"With Jesus" The Story of Mary Co-Redemptrix by Mark Miravalle

That's right. I said get to read. I know, I'm a nerd and I actually look forward to having to read all these great books!

von Balthasar taught by Dr. Regis Martin

Love Alone is Credible by von Balthasar

The Christian and Anxiety by von Balthasar

The Moment of Christian Witness by von Balthasar

You Crown the Year With Your Goodness: Sermons Throughout the Liturgical Year by von Balthasar

Vatican II taught by Dr. Alan Schrek

Crossing the Threshold of Hope by John Paul II (I've already read this one before. Great Book!)

The Ratzinger Report by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger

Vatican Council II: The Conciliar & Post Conciliar Documents by Austin Flannery

Vatican II: The Crisis and Promise by Alan Schrek

What Went Wrong With Vatican II: The Catholic Crisis Explained by Ralph M. McInerny

Biblical Foundations taught by Dr. Scott Hahn

Letter & Spirit, Vol. 1: Word, Worship, and the Mysteries

Letter And Spirit: From Written Text To Living Word in the Liturgy by Scott Hahn (I just finished reading this book last week. Very good stuff!)

The Scripture Documents: An Anthology of Official Catholic Teachings by Dean P. Bechard

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