The 35 Doctors of the Church (Revised) (Paperback)
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The declaration that a saint is a Doctor of the Universal Church implies the recognition of a charism of wisdom bestowed by the Holy Spirit for the good of the Church . . .
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI
The 35 Doctors of the Church presents the most comprehensive and fasci-nating collection available anywhere on the lives and labors of the saints who have been declared the Church's Doctors.
From St. Athanasius (c. 297 373) to St. Therese of Lisieux (1873 1897), you ll find the amazing stories of 35 extraordinary men and women
who are honored both for their holiness and for the eminence of their teachings about the Faith.
Their work and witness are truly timeless; their lives and wisdom show us how to be holy in our own lives, how to confront the challenges of today,
and how to proclaim the Gospel to a modern world hungering for Jesus Christ.
Originally published as The 33 Doctors of the Church by Father Christopher Rengers, O.F.M. Cap., The 35 Doctors of the Church has been updated by Dr. Matthew E. Bunson, K.H.S.,
to include two new chapters about recently pro-claimed Doctors, St. John of Avila and St. Hildegard of Bingen.The revised edition also includes a new Introduction
with a detailed explanation of how the Church proclaims Doctors and their meaning for today.
About the Author
Father Christopher Rengers, O.F.M. Cap. (1917 2010), entered the Capuchin Franciscan novitiate in 1936 and was ordained a priest in Washington, D.C., in 1942. He taught at St. Joseph College in Kansas before spending fifty years in parish work. He was also the author of The Youngest Prophet, Mary of the Americas, Words from the Cross, and They Played in Calvary s Drama. Dr. Matthew E. Bunson, K.H.S., is a senior fellow of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology in Steubenville, Ohio, and Senior Correspondent for Our Sunday Visitor. He is author or co-author of more than fifty books, including The Encyclopedia of Saints, The Encyclopedia of Catholic History, and Pope Francis, the first biography of Pope Francis in the English language."