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  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Doug Mangum"]Asking for a friend[/quote] Tell your friend that they can start with Systematic Theology: Roman Catholic Perspectives edited by Schussler Fiorenza and Galvin. This is in Logos. This could be suplemented by a book that is not in Logos but for which epub and kindle versions are available: Systematic Theology: A Roman Catholic
    Posted to Lexham Press by Damian McGrath on Mon, Nov 5 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Fr Devin Roza"]The presentations of the Catholic faith are rarely ones I can identify with as a Catholic. [/quote] The section on Purgatory is a good example of this. This section for a "mature form" of the Catholic doctrine is unrecognizable as Catholic: "Based on how sorrowful believers are in confessing their sins (contrition), such
    Posted to Lexham Press by Damian McGrath on Mon, Nov 5 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Mark Ward"] We want it to index all of the systematics in Logos—all of the systematics in Logos! [/quote] Mark, Thank you for your detailed explanation about some of the processes behind the development of this resource. I believe that the LST would benefit from an introduction which explains the principles behind the structuring
    Posted to Lexham Press by Damian McGrath on Mon, Nov 5 2018
  • Re: 8.0 SR-1 (8.0.0.0583) is Now Available

    Upon update and restart, the dashboard section of the homepage flashed with blank tiles for what I would estimate is over thirty seconds, much like when I first installed Logos 8.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Damian McGrath on Mon, Nov 5 2018
  • Re: attn Fr Devin Roza - Homiletic Worklow

    Martha, Sorry about the gibberish in parts of the last post. I think I need to change my keyboard batteries..... Anyway, go for the drive and take up the offer of a free meal. Push for sections of the workflow that allow different citations to be entered and that then allow sub-steps related to commentaries / parallel passages / etc. Push for a section
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Thu, Nov 1 2018
  • Re: attn Fr Devin Roza - Homiletic Worklow

    Martha, Thanks for sharing these. I have looked at the Sunday Mass Preparation one and it highlights the limits of the current approach. Each section: Gospel, First Reading;Psalm; Second Reading encourages me to read the Gospel reading. I like your questions. I do wonder whether each one shouldn't have access to a commentaries section for reading about
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Thu, Nov 1 2018
  • Re: Hello from the Verbum marketer

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]but ... but ... but its the Jerusalem Bible [/quote] ... and grail psalter
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Tue, Oct 30 2018
  • Re: attn Fr Devin Roza - Homiletic Worklow

    Craig, One of the first things I did when Logos 8 was finally ready was to open precisely that workflow. At a first glance, it looks nothing like what I do (which is imperfect, naturally). The output of an expository sermon, which is a verse by verse exposition, is nothing like my output. The workflow is very, very long..... I don't know how I would
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Tue, Oct 30 2018
  • Re: attn Fr Devin Roza - Homiletic Worklow

    MJ, Would you care to share here? Just to add to what you said about the context / flow of homilies... It may be a homily based primarily on one text... It may be a homily that draws together the OT and Gospel reading and preaches on fulfilment.... We are not bound to give a homily on the scriptural text... we may preach on another text of the Mass
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Tue, Oct 30 2018
  • Re: attn Fr Devin Roza - Homiletic Worklow

    Thanks for the response Devin. That all makes sense. Though, I do wonder if there is a way in which a workflow could be developed for preaching on just one of the texts (which is probably what I do most of the time anyway).
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Tue, Oct 30 2018
  • attn Fr Devin Roza - Homiletic Worklow

    Devin, Have you been playing around with workflows and do you have one for homily preparation that you are willing to share? Damian
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Mon, Oct 29 2018
  • Re: Catholic feast/saints days or remembrances

    Craig, Is there anything in logos/verbum with a thought for the day or a quote? Some of my books such as Saint of the Day ( https://www.amazon.com/Saint-Day-Definitive-Guide-Saints/dp/1632532492 ), 365 Days with the Saints: A Year of Wisdom from the Saints ( https://www.amazon.com/365-Days-Saints-Year-Wisdom/dp/1577151194 ) and 365 Saints: Your Daily
    Posted to General by Damian McGrath on Fri, Jun 1 2018
  • Re: Catholic feast/saints days or remembrances

    I should say that you get a brief bio but not much in the way of thought for the day or quotes. Nothing as good for that as franciscan media's Saint of the Day: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/sod-calendar/
    Posted to General by Damian McGrath on Thu, May 31 2018
  • Re: Catholic feast/saints days or remembrances

    There are a couple. Saints and Feasts of the Liturgical Year: https://www.logos.com/product/16557/saints-and-feasts-of-the-liturgical-year-rev-ed Pictorial Lives of the Saints: https://www.logos.com/product/26956/pictorial-lives-of-the-saints Butler's Lives of the Saints: https://www.logos.com/product/5204/lives-of-the-saints
    Posted to General by Damian McGrath on Thu, May 31 2018
  • Re: Origins

    Yes, it may well be difficult re licensing. I note that origins makes there back catalogue available online so they must at least have permissions for that. I am loathe to suggest this, but I would be very happy to pay for a subscription that gave me current versions as well as the back catalogue. I also remember reading this assiduously in Seminary
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Thu, May 31 2018
  • Re: Directory for the Pastoral Ministry of Bishops

    Thanks Craig. No there was nothing specific in mind other than the Pastoral Directory (and the Congregation for Bishops Instruction on Diocesan Synods). I just like to have everything. But, I am always referring to documents not yet translated into English and you probably have no market for this but i would appreciate them in whatever modern languages
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Thu, May 31 2018
  • Rediscovering Vatican II series from Paulist Press

    http://www.paulistpress.com/Products/CategoryCenter/VAT2!RDV2/rediscovering-vatican-ii-series.aspx I would like this series in Logos/verbum. Trying to cite from Kindle is excruciating.
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Tue, May 29 2018
  • Origins

    http://www.catholicnews.com/origins/index.cfm Blurb: "Origins publishes texts from the Vatican, pope, bishops, Congress, Senate, Supreme Court and church leaders around the world. So much appears in Origins - some 225 texts yearly: texts in the news; noteworthy texts on the church's mission. You'll definitely appreciate Origins' depth and scope." I
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Tue, May 29 2018
  • Directory for the Pastoral Ministry of Bishops

    I was surprised to to find the above named document in my collection. It appears that there are a number of documents from some Congregations that have not made it yet to faithlife. Could you please scour the vatican website and see what can be offered. Many of us also read other modern languages. I would be very happy to have some of these documents
    Posted to Catholic Products by Damian McGrath on Tue, May 29 2018
  • Logos Now discount on base packages

    is there still a discount? It does not appear to show one in my cart.
    Posted to Logos Now by Damian McGrath on Wed, Mar 7 2018
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