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Overview Sketches the current state of the permanent diaconate, especially in the United States, then offers the historical developments which led to the contemporary diaconate, and finally suggests a vision of the diaconate for the future, always within the matrix of a servant-ecclesiology which should characterize the entire Church.
Publishers Description Sketches the current state of the permanent diaconate, especially in the United States, then offers the historical developments which led to the contemporary diaconate, and finally, suggests a vision of the diaconate for the future, always within the matrix of a servant-ecclesiology which should characterize the entire Church.
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Studio: Paulist Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2007
Publisher Paulist Press
ISBN 0809144492 ISBN13 9780809144495
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More About William T. Ditewig
Deacon William T. Ditewig, PhD, is Dean's Executive Professor of Theology at Santa Clara University as well as Director of Faith Formation, Diaconate, and Pastoral Planning for the Diocese of Monterey. Former Executive Director of the Secretariat for the Diaconate at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Deacon Ditewig serves as deacon at St. Joseph Parish in Spreckels, California. He and his wife Diann have four children and nine grandchildren.
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Defining the future May 11, 2008
Deacon Ditewig has written a gem - whether you are simply studying about the Diaconate, discerning your own call, active in formation, or already ordained, this is a must read. I am active in a formation program (entering 5th year) and it solidified my sense of what I am pursuing better than anything else has done. It contains a wonderful history of deacons and what this order has meant to the Catholic Church throughout its history but it has so much more. It paints the big picture of what a Deacon really is (or should be) and that being a Deacon is about being a servant to all. Thank you Deacon Ditewig - your book was extremely helpful!