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The Good Journey:

150 Years of History at St. Bonaventure University

Based on t he research of Edward K. Eckert, Edited and additional content by Robert, Ann, and Daniel McCarthy

Based on an original text by Edward Eckert with editing and additional content from St. Bonaventure alumni Robert, Ann and Daniel McCarthy. This engaging, narrative text coupled with iconic and inspiring photos from the St. Bonaventure University archives provides this compelling written and visual history of St. Bonaventure. THE GOOD JOURNEY is being published in hardcover with dust jacket. It is landscape designed and totals 160 pages with more than 250 photographs.

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Gospel Living

St. Francis of Assisi Yesterday and Today

By Anton Rotzetter

Presented in three parts, this book offers an understanding of the life of Francis and the roots of the Franciscan movement, a concise and insightful overview of the evolution of the Franciscan movement in the three Orders, and a reflection on the challenges of contemporary Franciscan life.

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Greed, Lust and Power

Franciscan Strategies for Building a More Just World

Editor Daria Mitchell, OSF

Greed, Lust and Power: Franciscan Strategies for Building a More Just World contains the proceedings of the annual Franciscan Symposium held at the Washington Theological Union in May 2010. This year’s topic engaged participants with speakers – Joseph Nangle, Michael Crosby, Darleen Pryds and Vincent Cushing – whose descriptions of the world in which we live and proposals as to how we may confront this world from the heart of a tradition whose members walk in the footprints of the One who came not to “condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him” (John 3:17).

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The Harmony of Goodness

Mutuality and Moral Living According to John Duns Scotus

Mary Beth Ingham, C.S.J.

In The Harmony of Goodness, Ingham presents the ethical vision of John Duns Scotus (1265-1308) in an integrated manner, bringing together aspects of virtue, moral reasoning, free choice, rational judgment, and spirituality as parts of a whole human life. This work examines the ethical thought of Scotus according to his notion of mutuality or relationship. This study brings to light Scotus’ integrated vision of human moral living.

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The Harmony of Goodness

Mutuality and Moral Living According to John Duns Scotus

by Mary Beth Ingham

Since the first publication of John Duns Scotus: The Harmony of Goodness in 1996, much work has appeared in print on Scotus’s theological and philosophical vision including the gradual completion of the Vatican edition of Scotus’s Ordinatio. Various congresses and international gatherings continue to highlight the important significance of this great medieval thinker for the new millennium. Drawing upon the work of several significant scholars combined with her own deepened conviction that understanding Scotus’s moral philosophy and theology must be understood within the broader context of Franciscan spirituality including the role of Stoic and monastic influences on the medieval Franciscans, , Mary Beth Ingham, C.S.J., offers this new edition of John Duns Scotus: The Harmony of Goodness. Scotus’s articulation of a moral vision to lived harmony and to moral living as a path of beauty is offered anew by Ingham in this new edition.

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Her Bright Merits

Essays Honoring Ingrid J. Peterson, O.S.F.

edited by Mary Meany, Ph.D., and Felicity Dorsett, O.S.F.

Ingrid Peterson, O.S.F., is distinguished in the field of franciscan studies by her work on Clare of Assisi and the women of the early franciscan movement. This book, a collection of essays on those topics by several of the best scholars in the field, is offered in tribute to Peterson and her academic and scholarly contributions to the study of Clare and the women of the early movement. Divided into four parts, part one introduces Peterson, part two takes us into the heart of studies of franciscan women, part three focuses on how Peterson came to the study of medieval history and the volume concludes with Peterson’s own summation of what she leaves for us to do in this field.

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History of Franciscan Theology

Kenan B. Osborne, OFM

One cannot enter the medieval world of the 13th century wearing 21st century glasses. The authors writing in the volume make every effort to see what the Franciscan Schoolmen saw; to hear what they heard; to think as they thought. Thus foundational Franciscan insights and intuitions are offered for consideration in the contemporary search for meaning.

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In Solitude and Dialogue

Contemporary Franciscans Theologize

Anthony M. Carrozzo, OFM

Seven articles explore different aspects of the contemplative experience of contemporary Franciscan theology. The foundation for the essays is Francis’s Rule for Hermitages; the texts emerged from the desire of mature Franciscans to describe the call to pray in community and share their own intellectual journeys. Contributors include R. Duffy, OFM.; J. Mueller, OSF; J. Burkhard, OFM Conv.; and G. Ühlein, OSF.

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Islam and Franciscanism

A Dialogue

From the time of Francis’s meeting with the Sultan, a tradition of dialogue between the Moslem and Christian traditions, as epitomized in the Franciscan movement, has endured. This volume offers a set of essays that deal with the relationship between Islam and Franciscanism as experienced in the past and as it is presently being addressed.

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John Duns Scotus - Four Questions On Mary

Translated with an Introduction and Notes by Allan Wolter

This small book offers, in a Latin/English editon, a contribution of John Duns Scotus to the theological discussion on Mary the Mother of God. His views had a profound influence on Marian doctrine and devotion over the centuries, culminating in Pius IX’s dogmatic proclamation of Mary’s Immaculate Conception. The questions are dealt with in Scotus’s Ordinatio and are set up in the stylized tripartite format used by medieval professional theologians in their commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard.

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