Scripture in Church

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This subscription journal is intended as an aid to understanding the Scripture readings at Mass. The editorial team includes Wilfrid Harrington and Brendan McConvery. It appears four times a year.

Scripture in Church

January to March 2020

Vol. 50 No. 197

Sundays and Festivals

Céline Mangan, Patrick Fintan Lyons, Terence Crotty, Peter Kenny, Bernard Treacy, Mary T. O’Brien

Weekdays and Saints’ Days

Carol Dorgan, Valerie Warren, John F. Craghan, Lionel Swain, Dermot McCarthy, Ann-Mary Redmond

Biblical Essay

Jacob the Dreamer: Plotting the Coordinates of Life with God

Luke Macnamara

Contributors

John F. Craghan, professor emeritus at St Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin, is author of Tell Me, Jesus, Who You Are (Dominican Publications) as well as of I Was Ill and You Cared for Me and of And the Life of the World to Come (both Liturgical Press).

Terence Crotty op lectures in Scripture at the Dominican studium Dublin, where he is also master of students.

Carol Dorgan is engaged in spiritual direction ministry.

Peter Kenny, a theologian living in Dublin, has a special interest in pastoral theology and ministry.

Patrick Fintan Lyons osb, a monk of Glenstal Abbey, is a member of the Pentecostal-Roman Catholic International Commission.

Luke Macnamara osb, a monk of Glenstal, lectures in Scripture at St Patrick’s College, Maynooth.

Mary T. O’Brien, a Presentation Sister with wide experience of teaching Scripture in Ireland and elsewhere, is a part-time lecturer at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick.

Peter O’Kane op is programme leader at the Priory Institute, Tallaght.

Céline Mangan op lectured for many years at the Milltown Institute and now animates Scripture groups.

Dermot McCarthy, a former civil servant, is a permanent deacon in the archdiocese of Dublin.

Mary T. O’Brien, a Presentation Sister with wide experience of teaching Scripture in Ireland and elsewhere, is a part-time lecturer at Mary Immaculate College / University of Limerick.

Ann-Mary Redmond, while working in Geneva, was active in ecumenical groups and in the English-speaking Roman Catholic parish. She is involved in Scripture groups in English and Spanish and helps facilitate retreats in a number of countries.

Lionel Swain is a former head of religious education in second-level schools in West Sussex.

Bernard Treacy op is editor of Doctrine & Life.

Valerie Warren is co-ordinator of theology programmes at The Priory Institute, Tallaght, Dublin 24.

 

 




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