Unformatted text preview: 5. was connected with the sacrament Had thought that his devotion was more worthwhile but his vision 6. showed him otherwise and that each person's purpose was relative and important in and of itself Celibate Chastity 4. The voluntary renunciation of marriage in order to live in continence for the A. purpose of achieving perfect chastity In theology B. Sign of God's kingdom a. Radical way of imitating Jesus b. A public witness to the paschal mystery c. Signs of a healthy religious celibate C. A variety of friendships a. A strong practice of prayer b. A life of discipline c....
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- Spring '12
- Jean Donovan, A. Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, Convent Chapel, a. Father Daniel Egan