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Singing for the Kingdom

The Last of the Homilies

By Matthew Kelty; Edited, with an Introduction, by William O. Paulsell

Singing for the Kingdom
Singing for the Kingdom

ISBN: 9780879070151, MW015P

Details: 144 pgs, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 3/8
Publication Date: 06/01/2008
Cistercian Publications
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For almost half a century Trappist monk Matthew Kelty has delivered homilies to monks and retreatants in his unique style. Visitors at his monastery have been inspired, and challenged by his talks, given after Compline each evening, and monks have come to love and appreciate his preaching skills at Mass and in Chapter. In this collection of his homilies we read his reflections on life and death, the mysteries of faith, the monastic life from the inside, and his love of the Mass. Those who have heard Father Matthew speak will welcome this new volume, and those who have not will be introduced to a speaker and writer of exceptional talent.

Fr. Matthew Kelty, (1915-2011), a native of Boston, was a monk of Gethsemani since 1960. Before that he served as an active priest in the Society of the Divine Word, both in the States, and in Papua New Guinea. His previous books include Flute Solo (Sheed, Andrews & McMeel), Sermons in the Monastery and Call of the Wild Geese (Cistercian Publications), Gethsemani Homilies (Franciscian Press), and My Song Is of Mercy (Sheed & Ward).

ISBN: 9780879070151, MW015P

Details: 144 pgs, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 3/8
Publication Date: 06/01/2008
Cistercian Publications