Takes the reader on a biblical journey, ending in the company of two disciples on the road to Emmaus who, after frankly sharing their disappointment and hurt, meet a new future at the heart of their experience.
"Those who take the trouble to journey through Denis McBride's scholarly and eminently readable book will have their understanding of the Scriptures (especially the Gospel of Luke) deepened. At a time when the Scriptures have rightly been restored to a central role in the life of the Church and of the individual Christian, this is no small gain." - Flor McCarthy, S.D.B., author of Sunday and Holy Day Liturgies
By Seán Goan Being inspired, enthused, distracted and disturbed by the Fourth Gospel has led Seán Goan to put together this wonderfully written group of reflections on the Gospel of John. It considers key moments in the Gospel that shape the story and offer insights into its meaning. Each chapter...
Wilfrid Harrington OP Like Father, Like Son sets out to indicate how, when we try to express the truth of who God is and how God acts, we need to think the unthinkable – that God is fully revealed in...