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Sacred Heart

Author: Dr. Clare Allen

Publisher: Balboa Press


Category: Philosophy

Page: 106

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Is there anything we can do to become the people we need to be to meet our goals? Dr. Clare Allen says yes. "In Sacred Heart: 7 Wake-Up Calls," Dr. Allen shares with you seven beliefs that changed her life and showed her how to be a better person. These wake-up calls can help make you a better you. Sacred Heart reveals to you the power of who you are and helps you learn to break free of the things that hold you back so you can follow the path that was meant to be. Through the insights in "Sacred Heart: 7 Wake-Up Calls," you can wake up to good things every day. You can gain the power to tap into accelerated personal development without travelling to another country or paying large sums of money for coaching. You can learn the skills necessary to navigate your way past all the curveballs life throws at you and live a life of inner peace. You can tap into the Most High and be totally and utterly true to yourself.

Sacred Heart Hospital Closure

Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, Second Session, July 11, 1994

Author: United States



Category: Digital images

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Sacred Heart Devotion

Memory, Body, Image, Text - Continuities and Discontinuities

Author: Franziska Metzger

Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht


Category: Religion

Page: 330

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In an innovative, pluri-disciplinary approach this volume focuses on how memory in Sacred Heart devotion is created, promulgated and transformed. The volume with contributions by historians, theologians, religious scientists and art historians links the dimension of memory to that of iconography, language, body and ritual practices and sheds light on adaptations, transfers, contestations and variations in a perspective of longue durée from the late Middle Ages to the present. The first part of the volume develops central axes of analysis, which are specifically investigated in the two following parts. The contributions of part two intertwine perspectives of cultural, social and art history focusing on the multi-layered creation, public presence and political usage, diversity and variations of Sacred Heart iconography and devotion in a long-term perspective. In-depth analyses centre on late medieval northern Italy, early modern France and 18th-century Switzerland (Eidgenossenschaft), on France from the 1950s to the 1980s, and on Indonesia in the 20th and 21st centuries. In a dynamic way, the third part combines systematic theological, philosophical and didactic reflexions on the Sacred Heart with a focus on imagination, embodiment, spirituality and memory.

Month of the sacred heart of Jesus, tr. from the Fr. by G. Tickell

Author: Jesus Christ





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France and the Cult of the Sacred Heart

An Epic Tale for Modern Times

Author: Raymond Jonas

Publisher: Univ of California Press


Category: History

Page: 308

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An engaging historical analysis of the cult of the Sacred Heart in France from its origins in the 17th century, through the French revolution, to the construction of Sacre-Coeur in Paris in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The Society of the Sacred Heart in the World of Its Times 1865 -2000

Author: Monique Luirard

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Religion

Page: 782

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After the death of its founder in 1865, the Society of the Sacred Heart experienced exceptional recruitment and expansion, and departure from France of more than 2500 religious at the beginning of the century. Its story is that of the thousands of women who joined it to root their lives in its charism. In the forty countries where they have been sent, they have had to confront liberalism and anti-clericalism, revolution, the effects of Nazism and Marxism and world wars that destroyed their houses and scattered their members. After the Second Vatican Council, the elimination of cloister opened new fields of apostolic work to the Society. This book shows how the congregation developed amid internal crises, which did not differ from those in the Church and civil society, and how from these crises there emerged little by little a new way to be a Religious of the Sacred Heart.

The Sacred Heart of Jesus

Author: Stephen J. Binz

Publisher: Twenty-Third Publications


Category: Religion

Page: 121

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The traditional devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus is solidly rooted in Scripture and offers a rich source of spiritual renewal today. The human heart, the biblical symbol for the human will and passion, can become hardened. But God has promised to change our hearts of stone to hearts of flesh. The heart of Jesus, pierced and flowing with living streams of blood and water, is a threshold inviting us into the experience of divine love. Discover how devotion to the Sacred Heart can be revitalized in our day through a spirituality that is biblical, ecumenical, and oriented toward the contemporary world.

Devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus ... Translated from the French. Revised by ... J. J. Dean





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The Golden Sacred Heart

Author: Collette Oonah Corcoran




Page: 80

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A selection of mediations to connect to The Sacred Hearts of the mystics.

The manual of the sacred Heart: a select volume of prayer for daily use, compiled and tr. from approved sources

Author: Manual



Category: Devotional exercises

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