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Encyclopedia > John Huarte

John played for the University of Notre Dame after graduating from Mater Dei High School. During his sophomore and junior years at Notre Dame, John played for only a few minutes per game. But as a senior, John became the starting quarterback who led the Fighting Irish to only one loss during the season of 1964.


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John Huarte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (146 words)
John Huarte (born April 6, 1944 in Anaheim, California) played American football for the University of Notre Dame after graduating from Mater Dei High School, Santa Ana.
During his sophomore and junior years at Notre Dame, John played for only a few minutes per game.
As a senior, however, John became the starting quarterback and led the Fighting Irish to only one loss during the season of 1964, in which he also won the Heisman Trophy.
Carmelite Studies VI: John Of The Cross -- FAITH AND THE EXPERIENCE OF GOD IN THE UNIVERSITY TOWN OF BAEZA, Kieran ... (6299 words)
The world John of the Cross was thinking of is the one found in 1 John 2:16: "the concupiscence of the eyes, the concupiscence of the flesh, and the pride of life" (see A, 1, 13, 8).
John's concern about the spiritual seekers in Baeza, despite their high religious ideals and their lifestyle centered in God, was that they were shortchanging themselves in their pur suit of particular lights from heaven.
John of the Cross likewise admits that a preacher's good style, gestures, and well- chosen words may be moving, that such sermons can please the senses and even the intel lect, and that they can have an effect similar to a musical concert or sounding bells.
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