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Holiness is Wholeness

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A translation of Heiligkeit und Gesundheit (Herder Verlag, Freiburg) by Stanley Goodman. A more recent publication of this essay is in his Holiness is Wholeness & Other Essays.
Holiness is Wholeness is written by a Catholic priest who is described as "a leading figure in the International Congress of Catholic Depth Psychology in London". A disciple of Jung, he commenda
Hardcover, 63 pages
Published 1955 by Pantheon Books, Inc. (NYC)
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Erik Graff
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Recommends it for: a pastoral counselor in the fifties
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A pious work written with serious intent for Catholic religious--dated now. Some of the piety is directed towards the work of C.G. Jung, his analytical psychology being perceived as an antidote to Freud's godless psychoanalysis.
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