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Catholic Parish Administration

Author : Paul F. Peri
ISBN : 9781616430924
Genre : RELIGION
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Provides a brief, informative, readable, and very helpful explanation of basic parish management to pastors, priests from abroad, deacons, seminary students, pastoral and finance council members, and lay parish workers.

The Canon Law Of The Roman Catholic Church And The Church Of England 2nd Edition

Author : Rhidian Jones
ISBN : 9780567616418
Genre : Religion
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A Handbook To The Romish Controversy Being A Refutation In Detail Of The Creed Of Pope Pius The Fourth New Edition With Numerous Additions Etc

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ISBN : BL:A0018883672
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Handbook Of Gay Lesbian Bisexual And Transgender Administration And Policy

Author : Wallace Swan
ISBN : 9780203913642
Genre : Political Science
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Recording issues and obstacles as well as groundbreaking victories in the recognition of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) rights in politics and policy, this landmark handbook introduces core considerations necessary for prompting governmental initiatives and social structures to better serve the GLBT population. Its impressive range of research enlightens all corners of GLBT public administrative theory and practice, including state, national, and international policy; educational, health, and criminal justice administration; and specialized community issues. Beginning with a foreword by U.S. Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin, the handbook's broad reach covers the most recent advances in GLBT politics and policy in the U.S. political party support of gay rights in the legislative and executive branches the influence citizens have in shaping gay rights at the state level legislation and challenges specific to transgender and bisexual rights GLBT youth issues in light of the current mainstream cultural climate the disparity between developed and developing nations in tolerance and protection of gay rights health and healthcare matters impacting the GLBT community GLBT concerns in elementary and secondary schools, ranging from employment and curriculum to harassment and support systems higher-education struggles, as well as the prospects for greater societal change stemming from campus progress hate crimes, including a focused analysis of law enforcement handling of GLBT homicides other GLBT-germane aspects of the criminal justice system Collecting the diverse perspectives of top-tier administrators, educators, researchers, political writers, activists, social workers, and other professionals, this resource is key reading for public administrators, public planners, public policy specialists, and undergraduate and graduate students in these and similar disciplines.

Laying The Foundation A Handbook Of Catholic Apologetics And Fundamental Theology

Author : Fr. Joseph Clifford Fenton, S.T.D.
ISBN : 9781941447697
Genre : Religion
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Laying the Foundation: A Handbook of Catholic Apologetics and Fundamental Theology is a classic text by the late Fr. Joseph Clifford Fenton, a highly respected author, professor, and theologian of the twentieth century. “This book appeared in 1942 under the rather unimposing title We Stand with Christ: an Essay in Catholic Apologetics. It should have become a classic. It is, I believe, the greatest work of apologetics produced in a time of superstar apologists such as F. J. Sheed, Ronald Knox, and Fulton Sheen. It represents the high point of apologetics as well as a gold standard for subsequent works of fundamental theology.”—from the foreword by Scott Hahn, Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Charity Administration Handbook

Author : Kate Kirkland
ISBN : 9781847669889
Genre : Law
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Charity Administration Handbook, Fifth Edition provides all the information needed to set up and run a charity effectively. Written in a non-technical and accessible way, this book is an essential reference work for charity administrators and their professional advisers. This fifth edition has been extensively revised to take account of new legislation, such as the Charities Act 2011, the Finance Act 2013 and the Equalities Act 2010, as well as updated guidance from the Charity Commission and the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator. Key new topics include: setting strategy, exploiting the internet, charitable incorporated organisations and Gift Aid on donated goods. Completely restructured to follow the lifecycle of a charity from start up to dissolution, this title also uses helpful signposts and cross-references throughout to make it user-friendly and easy to navigate. The comprehensive coverage includes: . Setting up a charity . Governing a charity . Managing charity regulation . Managing charity finance . Generating income . Managing charities . Managing staff and volunteers . Winding up a charity Previous ISBN: 9781845922399

A Handbook Of Churches And Councils

Author : Huibert van Beek
ISBN : 2825414808
Genre : Religion
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It has often been said-and rightly so-that the World Council of Churches (WCC) is first and foremost a fellowship of churches. This book is a vivid illustration of that reality. The descriptions, lists, statistical data, and other information presented in these pages give a striking picture of the extent and diversity of this fellowship. It encompasses a Christian population of some 590 million people, in close to 150 countries in all regions of the world, comprised of over 520,000 local congregations served by some 493,000 pastors and priests, as well as countless elders, teachers, members of parish councils, and others. A Handbook of Churches and Councils is not simply a handbook of the member churches of the WCC. At all levels-global, regional and sub-regional, national, and local-member churches of the WCC interact with other churches which, for various reasons, are not formally part of the Council's membership. By combining in one volume all the conciliar and confessional bodies and their membership, this book demonstrates concretely the reach of the ecumenical movement and also shows how much broader it is than the WCC alone. It serves to remind us that ownership of the movement rests not only with the WCC but with all the partners, and ultimately with God.

A Airports

Author : British Library
ISBN : 9783111725949
Genre : Reference
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A Handbook Of Alternative Theories Of Public Economics

Author : Francesco Forte
ISBN : 9781781004715
Genre : Business & Economics
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This comprehensive and thought-provoking Handbook reviews public sector economics from pluralist perspectives that either complement or reach beyond mainstream views. The book takes a comprehensive interdisciplinary approach, drawing on economi

The Routledge International Handbook Of Religious Education

Author : Derek Davis
ISBN : 9781136256424
Genre : Education
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How and what to teach about religion is controversial in every country. The Routledge International Handbook of Religious Education is the first book to comprehensively address the range of ways that major countries around the world teach religion in public and private educational institutions. It discusses how three models in particular seem to dominate the landscape. Countries with strong cultural traditions focused on a majority religion tend to adopt an "identification model," where instruction is provided only in the tenets of the majority religion, often to the detriment of other religions and their adherents. Countries with traditions that differentiate church and state tend to adopt a "separation model," thus either offering instruction in a wide range of religions, or in some cases teaching very little about religion, intentionally leaving it to religious institutions and the home setting to provide religious instruction. Still other countries attempt "managed pluralism," in which neither one, nor many, but rather a limited handful of major religious traditions are taught. Inevitably, there are countries which do not fit any of these dominant models and the range of methods touched upon in this book will surprise even the most enlightened reader. Religious instruction by educational institutions in 53 countries and regions of the world are explored by experts native to each country. These chapters discuss: Legal parameters in terms of subjective versus objective instruction in religion Constitutional, statutory, social and political contexts to religious approaches Distinctions between the kinds of instruction permitted in elementary and secondary schools versus what is allowed in institutions of higher learning. Regional assessments which provide a welcome overview and comparison. This comprehensive and authoritative volume will appeal to educators, scholars, religious leaders, politicians, and others interested in how religion and education interface around the world.

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