This volume explores the patristic and early-medieval documents that later became references in the debates over clerical celibacy, the Gregorian attack on clerical marriage, its defenses, the defense of the Norman Anonymous, and the consequences of the reformers' success in making celibacy a necessary condition of clerical status.
Manifests a strong faith, a positive affirmation of church and priesthood, and a welcoming embrace of the stirrings of the Spirit, featuring varied experiences of married priests, whether active in the church or not. Original.
An up-to-date guide to wedding planning, providing advice on what's traditional, what your options are, how to manage tricky social situations, how to plan the wedding your way, stay inside your budget and cut down on stress. CONTENTS: Getting engaged - paying for and planning the wedding - the bride and groom - roles and responsibilities - the wedding team - roles and responsibilities - showers, hen parties and stag nights - the wedding - the reception - making your wedding legal - invitations, speeches and thank you letters - wedding words and music - the countdown to your wedding - useful addresses, telephone numbers and websites
The Wedding is a Polish classic, continually in production in Poland since Stanislaw Wyspianski wrote it nearly a hundred years ago. A witty but ultimately tragic satire about Polish society, this remarkable play is set around the celebrations of a wedding between a poet from the city of Krakov and a peasant girl from a rural village.
Weddings are very important events. There is always a tremendous amount of planning involved when it comes to weddings, and most brides are sticklers for perfection in their own nuptials. It is a great honor to be invited to a wedding, and if you are indeed asked to come to one, the least you could do is to show up in the proper wedding attire. Grab this ebook today to learn everything you need to know.