The immense, incomprehensible tenderness of God is communicated in this reflection on the spirituality of the Incarnation. Part One looks at Eastern insights on the first incarnation Jesus Christ, the Word of God, taking on our human flesh. Part Two explores the second incarnation, the loving, divine presence in the Gospel, the Liturgy, and in our lives as God divinizes us.
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Archbishop Joseph Raya, the first associate priest of Madonna House, was deeply involved in the American civil rights movement, and later, while serving as Archbishop of Akko, Haifa, Nazareth and all Galilee, he campaigned for justice for Palestinians. A priest of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church who taught at universities in the U.S.A., Canada and Lebanon, Archbishop Raya is one of the world s foremost writers on Byzantine Christianity. He strives to bring a better understanding of the Byzantine rite Eastern Church to the Latin rite Western world.
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