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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 2021
Vol. 51 No. 201
About This Issue
Sunday of the Word of God
Sundays and Festivals
Mary T. O’Brien, Bernard Treacy, Thomas O’Loughlin, Seamus Tuohy, John F. Craghan, Fintan Lyons, Anthony O’Leary, Columba McCann
Weekdays and Saints’ Days
Tom Gillen, William Haslett, Anthony O’Leary, Dominican Nuns, Bernard Treacy
The Gift of the Covenant
Pontifical Biblical Commission
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).
Dominican nuns from Siena Monastery, Drogheda, contributed the reflections for the first weeks in Lent.
Tom Gillen is a longstanding member of the Irish Biblical Association.
William L. Haslett has ministered in the Church of Scotland and in Presbyterian parishes in Co, Down.
Fintan Lyons OSB is a monk of Glenstal Abbey and author of Food, Feast & Fast (Columba Books)
Columba McCann OSB is a monk of Glenstal Abbey and author of 101 Liturgical Suggestions (Veritas Publications).
Mary T. O’Brien PBVM teaches Sacred Scripture in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick and the University of Limerick
Anthony O’Leary CP taught Scripture at the Milltown Institute, St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Carlow College and other centres.
Thomas O’Loughlin is professor emeritus of historical theology at the University of Nottingham. His most recent book is Eating Together, Becoming One.
Bernard Treacy OP is editor of Doctrine & Life.
Seamus Tuohy OP teaches Scripture at the Dominican studium, Dublin.
Mary Troy lectured in Jewish studies at the Galway-Mayo Institute and at Trinity College Dublin.
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