Healing : Some Questions Answered

Healing : Some Questions Answered

In this booklet, John Twisleton, Missioner in the London Diocese, analyses the current scene and presents suggestions for liturgical celebrations incorporating the ministry of healing.

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In this booklet, John Twisleton, Missioner in the London Diocese, analyses the current scene and presents suggestions for liturgical celebrations incorporating the ministry of healing.

INTRODUCTION: If there is just one area where the charge of irrelevance against the Church should fall it is that of the ministry of Christian healing. At the same time the excesses of enthusiasts and the carping of cynics have so confused the subject of healing that reasonable Church people are prone to raise their eyebrows and steer clear of the whole business. In consequence the Church's healing ministry has been reduced to the sacramental ministry of Anointing in many quarters whilst diversifying into a lawless and enedifying free-for-all elsewhere. The purpose of this examination of issues is to help build on the current reclaiming of the healing ministry by the Church's centre ground. Many who welcome the Holy Spirit's rekindling of expectancy upon God to heal today, desire to remain Catholic in the sense of keeping reasonably balanced and obedient to the faith and practice of Christians through the ages. It is this constituency as well as the rational enquirer that should find encouragement from the dialogue below.

Additional Information
Isbn / Product Code 9780854395859
Dimensions 10 x 16 cm
Printed Pages 36
Format Booklet
Year Of Publication 2000
Publisher St Pauls Publishing
Author John Twisleton
Product Code 9780854395859
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