Pursue biblical justice with one of America’s best-known preachers, Walter J. Burghardt. This collection offers over 100 homilies by Burghardt, preached on diverse occasions such as Sunday Mass, daily Mass, weddings, memorials of saints, and radio broadcasts. Be inspired by Burghardt’s passion for justice and his practical application of God’s Word.
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This collection is part of the 13-volume Homilies Bundle.
A collection of 30 original homilies by renowned preacher Walter J. Burghardt, these messages are centered around the theme of biblical justice. This volume contains an up-to-date index of all of his homilies.
Love Is a Flame of the Lord offers 33 homilies by one of America’s best known and highly praised preachers, Walter J. Burghardt.
Walter J. Burghardt, one of America’s premier preachers, presents 40 new homilies steeped in his interest in and pursuit of biblical justice. This volume contains an updated index of all Burghardt’s homilies.
Walter J. Burghardt (1914–2008) was a Jesuit priest and celebrated preacher, theologian, and social justice advocate. He was ordained in 1947 received his MA in philosophy and theology from Woodstock College near Baltimore, Maryland. He earned a PhD in theology from Catholic University of America in 1957. From 1946 to 1974, Burghardt taught historical theology at Woodstock College, and was a professor at Catholic University of America and visiting lecturer at Union Theological Seminary and Princeton Theological Seminary. He was editor in chief of Theological Studies for 23 years, and published more than 25 books. He was a noted authority on preaching, and his memoir, Long Have I Loved You: A Theologian Reflects on His Church was awarded first prize in 2000 by the Catholic Press Association.