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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

October to December 2020

Vol. 50 No. 120

Sundays and Festivals

Bernard Treacy, Michael Maher, Thomas O’Loughlin, Gerald Field, Kieran O’Mahony, Martin Drennan, J.J. Greehy, John O’Donohue, John Paterson, Wilfrid Harrington, Anthony O’Leary, Céline Mangan, Mary T. O’Brien

Weekdays and Saints’ Days

Bernard Treacy, Sinéad Fallon, W.L. Haslett, Richard Woods, Henry Peel, Patrick Rogers, Céline Mangan, Austin Flannery, Ann-Mary Redmond

Liturgical Essay

The Cup in the Eucharist:

Is It an Extra or at the Core of Our Christian Identity?

Thomas O’Loughlin

Contributors

John F. Craghan is author of Tell Me, Jesus Who You Are.

+ Martin Drennan, formerly professor of Scripture at Maynooth and Bishop of Galway (2005-2016), is author of Turning Wounds into Wisdom.

Sinéad Fallon, pastoral assistant in a Dublin parish, managed Knockadoon Camp for 10 years.

Gerald Field, Dean of St John the Baptist Cathedral, Cashel, is honorary secretary of the Liturgical Advisory Committee of the General Synod of the Church of Ireland.

Austin Flannery OP (1925-2008) with Martin McNamara mcs founder of Scripture in Church, was general editor of Vatican Council II: Constitutions, Decress, Declarations: The 16 Basic Documents as well of Doctrine & Life and Religious Life Review.

J.J Greehy (1931-2005) lectured in Scripture at Oscott College and Clonliffe College before serving as a parish priest in Dubin. He was a member of the Papal Biblical Commission.

W.L. Haslett is a minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.

Wilfrid Harrington OP has taught Scripture in academic centres, in summer schools and in parish and adult learning centres. His most recent book is Like Father, Like Son.

Michael Maher MSC (1933-2007) taught Scripture at the Mater Dei Institute, Dublin, and was a noted Targum scholar.

Céline Mangan OP taught Scripture at the Milltown Institute, Dublin.

Mary T. O’Brien pbvm teaches Sacred Scripture in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick and the University of Limerick

John O’Donohue (1956-2007), poet and philosopher, was author of Anam Cara and many other works.

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 of historical theology at the University of Nottingham. His most recent book is Eating Together, Becoming One.

Kieran O’Mahony OSA is Biblical Studies Coordinator in the Office for Evangelisation and Ecumenism of the Archdiocese of Dublin. His books include What Does The Bible Say About The Stranger, Do We Still Need St Paul? and Speaking from within: towards Better Preaching.

John Paterson (1938-2005) was Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin.

Henry Peel OP (died 2008) combined teaching Church history with ministry as a preacher and confessor.

Ann-Mary Redmond is involved in pastoral ministry and has an MA in Biblical Studies from the Dominican Priory Institute in Dublin.

Patrick Rogers CP taught Scripture at the Milltown Institute.

Bernard Treacy OP is editor of Doctrine & Life.

Richard Woods OP is professor of theology and pastoral ministry at Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois. He has published 13 books and over 100 articles.

 




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