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Catholic Perspectives on Sports From Medieval to Modern Times

ISBN-10: 0809147955

ISBN-13: 9780809147953

Edition: 2012

Authors: Patrick Kelly

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According to author Patrick Kelly, Catholics have always engaged in play and sports. During the Middle Ages, games and sports were played on feast days and Sundays, and these activities are shown in prayer books, in woodcuts, and on stained-glass windows in churches and cathedrals. Contrary to the view of some sports historians, pre-Reformation Christians did not "loathe the flesh" but instead insisted on the unity of body and soul. Book jacket.
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Book details

List price: $19.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Paulist Press
Publication date: 11/1/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 5.50" wide x 7.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.528
Language: English

PATRICK KELLY is founder, Chairman, and CEO of PSS/World Medical, Inc., one of the fastest-growing companies in the history of the medical-supply industry. In 1997, Kelly received the Horatio Alger Award, an annual award given to dedicated community leaders who are committed to excellence-as exemplified by remarkable achievements accomplished through honesty, hard work, self-reliance, and perseverance. JOHN CASE is president of The Open-Book Press and an editor-at-large for Inc. magazine. A veteran reporter and analyst of the business world, he worked as a senior writer for Inc. from 1983 to 1996 during which time he wrote numerous cover stories and columns for the magazine. He is also the author of five other business books, including The Open-Book Experience.

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Acknowledgments
Introduction
"No Puritan Pall Hovered over Sundays"
"The Earth Is Shaking with Flying Feet"
"The Spirit Is Bound with the Flesh"
"I Have Run the Race, I Have Fought the Fight"
"Ordinary People, Just Frankly Enjoying Themselves Like Human Beings"
"A Form of Gymnastics of the Body and of the Spirit"
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