Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ Paperback

Grace and Hope in Christ

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Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ

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This is a revised and expanded edition of the celebrated ARCIC document "Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ", now with theological commentary and detailed study guide for parishes and discussion groups. "Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ" is the 5th statement of the second phase of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) and brings to completion the mandate the Commission was given when it began its work in 1983. The Seattle Statement is an agreed statement concerning Christian faith and devotion related to the Blessed Virgin Mary, who is portrayed within the pattern of grace and hope. It is a powerful reflection of ARCIC's efforts to seek out can be held in common and a celebration of important aspects of a common heritage.
This new edition includes extensive notes and theological commentary, and a detailed study guide for use by students at all levels, and in parishes and discussion groups.

Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ by Anglican Communion Office was published by Continuum in May 2006 and is our 49732nd best seller. The ISBN for Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ is 9780826481559.

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Details for Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ

Page last updated 23rd June 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherContinuum (May 2006)
Edition2nd Revised edition
Number of Pages128
Thickness22 mm
Height178 mm
Width125 mm
Product Code110652
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