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The Relentless Widow Year C
John Shea, STD
Storyteller and theologian John Shea provides a unique commentary that's ideal for preaching, teaching, or simply meditating on the Gospels. His writing is poignant and conversational making this book ...
The Word of God for the Church Today, Third Edition
Reginald H. Fuller, STD, and Daniel Westberg
Although originally intended for use by Catholics, Preaching the Lectionary has become truly ecumenical in intention and tone. It is based on the New Revised Standard Version and integrates the Revise ...
Don Talafous, OSB, PhD
Looking for homily suggestions that faithfully represent the Scripture readings and offer hearers of the text practical applications for Christian life? Homilies for Weekdays, the final of two volumes ...
Homiletics for Eucharistic Worship
Michael Monshau, Editor
Since the Reformation, the focal point of worship for many Christian churches has been the table of the Word—the proclamation of Scriptures and the preaching event. Congregations have been fed, often ...
With Burning Hearts
Verna Holyhead, SGS
In this volume of weekly reflections on the Sunday Lectionary for Year C, Verna Holyhead moves deftly between the Old and New Testament readings, providing theological context and tying the texts to c ...
Lectionary Reflections on Food and Justice-Year C
Larry Hollar, Editor
We have all experienced hunger, whether it’s a need for spiritual guidance or physical nutrition. Our hunger for God’s Word can benefit those needing material sustenance. God’s Word calls us to nouris ...
Daniel J. Harrington, SJ
When is a letter not a letter? When it is the Letter to the Hebrews. Daniel J. Harrington describes this text as "the greatest Christian sermon ever preached or written" and its author as "the patron ...
Patrick J. Hartin
Who would not relish the opportunity to read two-thousand-year-old letters? These four of the seven "catholic letters" are addressed not to any specific church, as are Paul's epistles, but to the chur ...
Catherine Ann Cory
Full of awesome and gruesome scenes that seem to provoke more fear than faith, the Book of Revelation is often read as a roadmap through the doom and gloom of the end time. Correctly understood, howev ...
Terence J. Keegan, OP
First and Second Timothy and Titus are designated Pastoral Letters because they deal with leadership and organizational issues of the early Christian community. Probably written after the death of Pau ...
Robert J. Karris, OFM
Robert Karris spreads before us a unique and delightful framing of the food theme in the Gospel of Luke. Karris describes the food and drink popular in Jesus’ day. He also documents the social, politi ...
Comprehensive and understandable, the New Collegeville Bible Commentary brings expert insight into the New Testament to Bible study participants, teachers, students, preachers, and all readers of the ...
Marie Noonan Sabin
New Collegeville Bible CommentaryThe Gospel According to MarkVolume 2The absence of stories of Jesus' birth and infancy, a minimum of Jesus' parables and a resurrection scene without sight or sound of ...
Scott M. Lewis, SJ
Thought-provoking and understandable, Scott M. Lewis, SJ, breaks the Gospel of John down into manageable sections with commentary vital to new and returning readers. Using themes from John's prologue ...
Dennis Hamm, SJ
Dennis Hamm stresses the unity between the Acts of Apostles and the Gospel of Luke. His section-by-section commentary (along with New American Bible translation), based on the best of recent scholarsh ...