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The Glenstal Book Of Readings For The Seasons

Author: Liturgical Press
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780814618769
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This superb collection of one- and two-page readings is intended to provide a liturgical theology of the mysteries of Christianity throughout the Advent, Christmas, Lenten, and Easter seasons. Readings from theology, biblical studies, poetry, literature, and spiritual writings can all be found in The Glenstal Book of Readings for the Seasons. While these readings will be informative for anyone seeking a spiritual thought for the day, they will be especially appealing to those who use the daily Divine Office. Attractively bound in pocketbook format with two-color printing throughout, The Glenstal Book of Readings for the Seasons is convenient and easy to use. A wonderful companion to Benedictine Daily Prayer.

The Glenstal Book Of Daily Prayer

Author: Liturgical Press
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780814632734
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Drawing on the rich resources of the Benedictine tradition, The Glenstal Book of Daily Prayer aims to share with Christians everywhere some of that tradition as it is celebrated daily in Glenstal. This new book has been enriched with more psalms, symbolic material involving the body, and texts from the Churchs Eastern and Anglican traditions. Containing daily Morning, Evening, and Night Prayer, the book also contains a set of prayer-stops for use throughout the day. It provides a wonderful help to praying with the treasures of the Churchs liturgy.

The Glenstal Book Of Prayer

Author: Monks of Glenstal Abbey
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press
ISBN: 9780814627679
Size: 10.33 MB
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The Glenstal Book of Prayer is a rich resource for the dark, mysterious, but exciting journey which is prayer. It draws on the wisdom of the Bible, enshrined in Benedictine liturgy, on the experience of modern monks, and on the wisdom of the Christian Church. Coming as it does from an Irish monastery, it reflects in a special way the Celtic traditionwith its earthy, popular, and devotional prayers.

Benedictine Daily Prayer

Author: Maxwell E. Johnson
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780814628331
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"A Benedictine liturgy of the hours for Christian daily prayer"--Provided by publisher.

The Circle Of Seasons

Author: Kimberlee Conway Ireton
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 083083625X
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In this book, Kimberlee follows the pattern of the liturgical year-from Advent to the second cycle of Ordinary Time-describing the origin of each observance and its ongoing relevance for our lives. Put simply, The Circle of Seasons offers you structure-a simple and traditional way of building your life around your faith, rather than the other way around. Market/Audience People interested in ancient-future Christianity People interested in liturgical Christianity Young families People interested in the church calendar Those interested in spiritual formation Pastors and religious leaders Worship leaders Endorsements "A very accessible and enormously appealing overview of the church's liturgical year." - Phyllis Tickle, compiler of The Divine Hours "A route to liberation from our society's frenzied busyness and crippling self-indulgence." Tim Dearborn, World Vision International Features and Benefits Thoughtful integration of the church calendar into daily living Readings, prayers and practices to support growth in living the church year Honest, sensitive consideration of the function of time in contemporary culture

Living The Christian Year

Author: Bobby Gross
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830866949
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Infuse your days with meaning. You are part of a larger Story. And the One who began the Story is at work today, in your life, in the midst of your meetings and bills and family activities that make the days rush by and blur together. In these pages Bobby Gross opens to you--and opens you to--the liturgical year, helping you inhabit God's Story every day. Remembering God's work, Christ's death and resurrection, and the Spirit's coming will change you, drawing you into deeper intimacy with God and pointing your attention to the work of the Father, Son and Spirit right now, in and around you. You'll be reminded daily that your life is bigger than just you, that you are part of God's huge plan that started before time and will continue into eternity. Whether you're familiar or unfamiliar with following the liturgical year, this book makes it easy to do, offering here the significance and history of each season, ideas for living out God's Story in your own life, and devotions that follow the church calendar for each day of the year. "The power that overshadowed Mary and raised Jesus from the dead also guarantees the final redemption of all things in him; that same power is at work in us now," Gross writes. "Keeping liturgical time, making it sacred, opens us further to this power as, year after year, we rehearse the Story of God--remembering with gratitude, anticipating with hope--and over time live more deeply the Story of our lives."

Newman The Oratorian

Author: John Henry Newman
Publisher: Gracewing Publishing
ISBN: 9780852446324
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The unpublished Oratory Papers of Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman edited with an Introductory Study on the Continuity between his Anglican and his Catholic Ministry.These are Newman's Chapter Addresses and other writings on the purpose and characteristics of Oratorian life. As Superior, Newman wanted his community to consist of responsible persons bound together by tact and discretion, obeying an unwritten law of love. He exercised endless patience in his desire to preserve this 'weaponless state' of the Oratory in spite of tensions, dissensions, opposition and even separation.Each paper has been transcribed from the original manuscripts in the Birmingham Oratory Archives, and has been provided with a succinct introduction and notes.The editor has, moreover, furnished a full-length introductory study on Newman's spirituality as a priest against the background of the Anglican Ministry (1824-45), since it is true to say that Newman learned to live as a priest while still an Anglican. Four major areas of his Anglican ministry - the Care of Souls, Preaching, the Eucharistic Ministry and Prayer - have been closely examined both in themselves and in their renewed appearance in Newman's life as a Catholic priest.The editor, Fr Placid Murray, is a Benedictine monk of Glenstal Abbey, Ireland.

The Incarnate God

Author: Catherine Aslanoff
Publisher: St Vladimir's Seminary Press
ISBN: 9780881411300
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A multilevel catechism intended for use in classrooms and study groups, or individual edification and growth. Two volume set with over 110 iconographic illustrations

Historic New Mexico Churches

Author: Annie Lux
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 9781423601692
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The story of New Mexico through its churches is told in a beautifully photographed journey of their history and legends and the people who built them.