Who Do We Think We Are?: How Catholic Priests Understand by Christopher A. Fallon

By Christopher A. Fallon

This empirical research explores how the sampled monks comprehend their priesthood. Chris A. Fallon experiences Liverpool's heritage of enlargement and decline, which has left fewer and older clergymen serving fewer energetic Catholics and an undiminished quantity who nonetheless require baptisms, first communions, marriages and funerals. It contrasts the versions of priesthood present in Liverpool with American reports of the cultic and servant chief types of priesthood, making an allowance for the theological viewpoints and character profiles of the people who took part.

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