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The Word became flesh. We reflect on this, perhaps, too little. But at the very beginning of the third century, somewhere between 203 and 206, the theologian Tertullian, called the father of Latin Christianity and founder of Western theology, wrote a work entitled De Carne Christi: a treatise expressly on the flesh of...

William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company Series Editor: David L. Schindler The founding editorial statement of the rationale of this series: The middle years of this century marked a particularly intense time of crisis and change in European Society. During this period (1930-1950), a broad intellectual and spiritual movement arose within the European Catholic community, largely...

In No Strange Land: The Embodied Mysticism of Saint Philip Neri by Fr. Jonathan Robinson, the Founder of theToronto Oratory, was published last year by Angelico Press: https://angelicopress.com/robinson-in-no-strange-land/ The book concludes with these words: “On May 26, 1595, very early in the morning, Philip Neri died. He died at the hour and on the day he...