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Thoughts twice-dyed

McNabb, Vincent

Thoughts twice-dyed

by McNabb, Vincent

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Published by Sheed & Ward in London .
Written in English

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  • Christian life -- Catholic authors.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Vincent McNabb.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination86 p. ;
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18272473M

      In the Scripture Readings for the Third Week of Lent, we see God forming His covenant with the Chosen People and confirming it with a blood sacrifice. Yet when Moses goes up on Mount Sinai for 40 days to receive the Ten Commandments, the Israelites apostatize, asking Aaron to create a golden calf for them to worship. Therefore, when any scholar secular or religious, whom for this purpose we regard with equal favour, shall seek to borrow any book, let the keepers diligently consider if they have a duplicate of the said book, and if so, let them lend him the book, taking such pledge as in their judgment exceeds the value of the book delivered, and let a.

    Vincent McNabb, O.P. ( - ): "Thoughts Twice-dyed." "The greatness of his [McNabb's]character, of his learning, his experience, and, above all, his judgement, was altogether separate from the world about him the most remarkable aspect of all was the character of holiness.   El Rev. Vincent McNabb, O.P. 'Nadie que alguna vez haya encontrado, visto u oído al Padre McNabb alguna vez lo ha olvidado," escribió su amigo la G. K. Chesterton. Durante cincuenta años no hubo ningún movimiento Católico en Inglaterra a el cual él no se había aliado.

      Even in his more general books of essays such as Thoughts Twice-Dyed or Wayside, a Priest's Gleanings, references to the great social questions of the day and to the Church’s response are fewer than one might expect. To this burning were added "cedar-wood, and hyssop, and scarlet twice dyed," to signify that just as cedar-wood is not liable to putrefaction, and scarlet twice dyed does not easily lose its color, and hyssop retains its odor after it has been dried; so also was this sacrifice for the preservation of the whole people, and for their good.


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