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Author:

Caryll Houselander

Editor:

Kerry S. Walter, Gettysburg College

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Description

Although forgotten until quite recently, Caryll Houselander, who died in 1954, was a sensitive and profound English Roman Catholic writer on Christian spirituality. In this critical edition of her 1949 book The Passion of the Infant Christ, Houselander argues that the physical world is an "inscaped" revelation of the mind of the Creator. Every concrete object and every temporal event mirrors the eternal, just as the circumstances surrounding the birth of Jesus mirror the circumstances surrounding his death and resurrection.

Editor Kerry Walters discusses both Houselander's life and the primary themes of The Passion of the Infant Christ in his introduction to this critical edition of one of Houselander's most insightful books.

ISBN

9781498234153

Publication Date

3-20-2017

Publisher

Wipf and Stock

City

Eugene, Washington

Keywords

Caryll Houselander, spirituality, Catholicism, Jesus Christ, inescaped revelation

Disciplines

Catholic Studies | Christianity | Philosophy

Department

Philosophy

Comments

Professor Walters' introduction available by clicking the download link above.

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Used by permission of Wipf and Stock Publishers. www.wipfandstock.com

The Passion of the Infant Christ: Critical Edition

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