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Priest and layman

Author: Albert Dondeyne; N D Smith
Publisher: London : Sheed and Ward, 1964.
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The Church has come a long way in the last hundred years. Few things are more striking than the awakening of her laity which is as yet still in its early stages, yet is initiating revolutionary changes of attitude already, and gathering momentum every day. This short but penetrating book offers sharp insights into the exciting possibilities of this situation. In particular, it suggests how the whole hierarchic  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Albert Dondeyne; N D Smith
OCLC Number: 6688829
Notes: Originally published as Priester en leck, Antwerp : Uitgeverij Patmos, 1962.
Description: ix, 102 pages ; 18 cm
Responsibility: A. Dondeyne ; translated by N.D. Smith.

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The Church has come a long way in the last hundred years. Few things are more striking than the awakening of her laity which is as yet still in its early stages, yet is initiating revolutionary changes of attitude already, and gathering momentum every day. This short but penetrating book offers sharp insights into the exciting possibilities of this situation. In particular, it suggests how the whole hierarchic aspect of the Church's structure is complemented by a fraternal relationship between clergy and laity, in which the laity exists not as a subject race who may be permitted to assist the clergy in running the Church, but as part of a team created by mutual service.

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