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    Tale of Two Leaders The striking differences between a Catholic priest and a Christian pastor are nearly too numerous to count. Not only in the services they conduct, but their orientation into their field and the way they are taught to interact. The reality of the situation is the contrasts exist only to highlight to comparisons. Between Ronald Cobb, the Christion pastor in Horton Kansas, and Benjamin Tremmel, the Catholic priest of the Good Intent Parish, there exist some of the most uncommon similarities one might find between such different holy men. Amongst the obvious differences between a pastor and a priest, there are unique comparisons to be drawn from Father Benjamin Tremmel and Pastor Ronald Cobb, including their love for the community, their passion for the communion, and their balanced approach to preaching. To begin with, an examination of the importance communion plays in the opinions of Father Ben and Pastor Cobb would reveal they share a very similar view on the role of communion in the church. Unequivocally, communion is of the utmost importance in a Sunday service, but not all leaders of the Church…

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    Can T Women Be Priests

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    It’s no secret that priesthood is becoming a less popular occupational choice for those across the country. Men simply aren’t as interested in teaching scriptures as they used to. But why do we limit ourselves to male priests? Although many believe that females have a specific place in the church, the Catholic Church should allow females to be priests because some have already been ordained, it’s discriminatory, the Bible never states that a woman can not be a priest, there is currently a lack…

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    Catholic Church Women

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    to become deacons, priests, and bishops. While these two religions branched from the same set of beliefs, their reasoning behind this decision…

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    Marmande

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    After collecting the total data it was then split into different social classes. As the records clearly displayed the parent’s profession, this was a simple task. A variety of classes were studied so the effects that famines and crises could be calculated across society in Marmande. It was also possible to track the upper classes as well. In order to distinguish a member of the upper classes, the priests used a number of status-specific job-titles. They used a variety of titles, from the common…

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    BLOG POST Walking in the first day, I was very nervous but I felt very excited at the same time for my future. Me and my parents were welcomed into the James River Youth building by a crowd of sophomores that were chanting may name. I saw some familiar faces that i have met over the years and that made it all the more exciting for me. One of my best friends, Daneisha, was one of those faces and she took my picture for my student ID. This was her job because she was in the Communications…

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    Spotlight Synopsis

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    Spotlight is a 2015 American biographical drama film. This movie is basically talking about a group called “Spotlight “which exist in The Boston Goble. This team only builds by only four people but they all have the passion beyond what they write and what related to this job. All the wants to do is give the justice back to this society. There is cases that they got into for research is child sexual abuse in the Boston area by numerous Roman Catholic priests. Because of what those children…

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    A priest may choose to forgo marriage in order to better devote themselves to their work; however, priests should not be forced away from marriage. It is simply denying a part of human nature to require priests to remain celibate and to avoid marriage altogether. As I write, “… since God has not bound them, no one else ought to bind them or can bind them, even if he were an angel from heaven, let alone a pope.” That ministry established by God should be granted the freedom of marriage. It is…

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    The Poor Dbq

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    In Europe, from 1450 to 1700 about half of the population were labeled as poor. To be considered poor one must have the bare minimum to be able to maintain life. The amount of people living in poverty increased, during times of war, famine, and plagues, up to eighty percent of a region’s population. In Europe between 1450 to 1700, the poor were approached in many different ways, based on other’s sympathy or disdains; these included compassion, intolerance, and appealing for disciplinary actions…

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    Church Observation

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    Usually a priest will lead the service but this was a special occasion because the bishop came. The bishop and the priest split the sections, since he was there. They read mostly from their holy liturgy book and the service was filled with the congregations responses to the priest’s and bishop’s readings from it. The interesting part was that they did not use just one language during the service, they used three; English, Arabic, and Coptic. As they read from the book, they would read it out…

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    Wounded Healer Summary

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    Henri Nouwen’s book The Wounded Healer: Ministry In Contemporary Society provides a valuable introspective approach to providing pastoral care and serving in Christian leadership in contemporary society. Nouwen provides a great overview of the wounds and suffering that plagues modern society, the current generation, individual people, and the Christian ministers who are called to serve those in need. (Nouwen, 3) In describing the challenges of modern society, Nouwen asserts that today’s society:…

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