Check out Mozart: Davidde Penitente, K - 7. Coro: "Se vuoi, puniscimi" by Südfunk-Chor Stuttgart & Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart & Sir Neville Marriner. Penitente Practices as a Way of Knowing David M. Mellott. PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN: , eISBN: Oratorio per 2 soprani, tenore, coro e orchestra K. soprano MARIA GRAZIA SCHIAVO. Mozart.
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Mellott is assistant professor of practical theology and director of ministerial formation at Lancaster Theological Seminary, where he teaches courses in philosophy, ethnography, and theology of ministry. He david de penitente committed to supporting and nurturing Christian communities that empower people to live more authentically as they seek to love God, neighbor, and self more deeply.
Mellott's account conveys the breath-taking intensity of the david de penitente public spiritual dramas as well as the poignancy of personal stories of struggle and renewal.
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