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Prayerfully journey through Lent with Mary DeTurris Poust's fresh and meaningful reflections on the daily Mass readings. In just minutes per day, the insightful meditations of Not by Bread Alone can deepen your experience of this solemn season of prayer and penance.
Mary DeTurris Poust is a writer, retreat leader, and the author of numerous books on Catholic spirituality, including Waiting in Joyful Hope: Daily Reflections for Advent and Christmas 2017-2018, Not by Bread Alone: Daily Reflections for Lent 2019, and Rejoice and Be Glad: Daily Reflections for Easter to Pentecost 2020. She writes about the spiritual journey. . .
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The Stations of the Cross in Atonement for Abuse and for the Healing of All invites a wounded church to contemplate the passion and death of Jesus through the experience of clerical abuse survivors. This one-of-a-kind resource is written and . . .
Holy Week at Home invites individuals and families to explore the riches of Palm Sunday and the Paschal Triduum. A great way to “bring the liturgy home,” this resource is an extension of prayer for those who celebrate Holy Week in community and gives those who are unable to do so an opportunity to pray the liturgies of Holy Week. A combination of prayer, ritual action, Scripture references, and questions for reflection, Holy Week at Home helps everyone enter more fully into these holiest days of the year.
John T. Kyler is liturgy and music editor at Liturgical Press. He has worked in parish faith formation, and high school and collegiate . . .
Because there are more women in the Gospel of Luke than in any other gospel, feminists have given it much attention. In this commentary, Shelly Matthews and Barbara Reid show that feminist analysis demands much more than counting the number of female characters. Feminist biblical interpretation examines how the female characters function in the narrative and also scrutinizes the workings of po. . .
Regarding the question of office in the Christian churches, this volume illuminates with heightened ecumenical sensitivity the arguments for the participation of women in all church offices and ministries, without which there will be no way to the visible unity of the churches. It documents the ecumenical congress that took place in Osnabrück in December 2017 and the “Osnabrück theses”—meant to. . .