With this collection of sermons for the Year C, the Year of Luke, Fr Bill East completes his books of homilies for the Sunday lectionary.
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Fr Bill East brings a wealth of experience to this book of sermons for every Sunday of cycle B in the lectionary.
'Reading and enjoying Bill East's homilies for the Year of Mark made me think how simple a good homily is... Bill has had the generosity and courage to see share the fruits of his labours with us. I am sure that many will read and use this book with gratitude and joy.' - Terence Patrick Drainey, Bishop of Middlesbrough
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Fr Bill East brings a wealth of experience to this book of sermons for every Sunday cycle A in the lectionary.
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- Good News! Preaching in the Year of Mark (Cycle B)
- Fear Not! Preaching in the Year of Luke (Cycle C)
" Bill East has brought to his task a scholar's depth allied to a communicator's skill, so the learning is a servant to the text, not its master..." - Bishop John Crowley
With Reflections for Saints' Days, by Vincent Ryan, O.S.B.
Liturgies for Weekdays: Lent is designed to help towards celebrating Lent fruitfully.
Liturgies for Weekdays: Lent provides for each weekday Mass of Lent
The book includes an introduction, a Scripture note, reflections which can be the foundation for a homily, prayer of the faithful and a a brief concluding prayer/reflection.
The lives of Peter Higgins (died 1642) and Terence Albert O’Brien (died 1651), beatified in 1992. In their prefaces, Bishop Laurence Ryan and Archbishop Dermot Clifford point to continuing local devotion to the two Blesseds in Kildare and Tipperary. And Bishop Walton Empey testifies to the ecumenical significance of Peter Higgins’ life.
Preachers at Prayer is the text of an address delivered at the General Chapter of the Dominican Order held at Providence College, Rhode Island, July 2001.
In some religious traditions, the contemplative life is seen to demand an almost complete turning away from the world. But, within the Dominican tradition, the preacher of the living Word is someone possessed not only by a vision of God but also by a profound inner conviction of people's need
The decision of Pope John Paul II to insert five new mysteries, the mysteries, makes the Rosary a prayer even more centred than before on Christ as revealed in the Scripture. The aim of The Mysteries of Light is to enable people to read aright the texts for these mysteries and thus to be able to pray them more fruitfully.
Reflections from an international team of scholars on the place of the Old Testament in Christian worship, on the Psalms, and on the New Testament, especially the Gospels.
In The Word Seen and Touched: Lectio Divinia & Human Experience, Brendan Clifford OP offers readers a distillation of the method he learned from Michel de Verteuil in Trinidad and has shared with groups in many parts of Ireland.
Chapters on ‘Jesus Yesterday and Today’ and ‘The Full Extent of His Love: Lectio and the Eucharist’ ensure that this is a book that will deeply nurture the spiritual life of readers.