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St. Norbert College Professor and Senior Director Publish New Book

From St. Norbert College, August 18, 2015
by Mike Counter, mike.counter@snc.edu, 920-403-3089

Bridget Burke Ravizza, associate professor of theology and religious studies, and Julie Donovan Massey, senior director for mission and ministry at St. Norbert College, have published "Project Holiness: Marriage as a Workshop for Everyday Saints" (Liturgical Press, July 2015).

Project Holiness: Marriage as a Workshop for Everyday Saints celebrates the holiness of the ordinary and the goodness of married discipleship. Vatican II's Lumen Gentium reminds Catholics of the universal call to holiness. Each person--lay and ordained alike­--shares this vocation to holiness, this call to sainthood. For most adult Catholics, it is within the context of vowed, married life that the joyful and challenging path to sainthood is traveled. Based on an extensive qualitative study of long-lasting Catholic marriages, Burke Ravizza and Donovan Massey examine the virtues, values and practices that ground flourishing marriages and lead married partners to holiness.

For more information, go to the publisher's description page at http://www.litpress.org/Products/3704/project-holiness.aspx. The book is available in the St. Norbert College Bookstore.