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<!--3555 Holy Week/Semana Santa-->Holy Week/Semana Santa meets the needs of the large and diverse assembly that the Triduum often brings by providing the revised prayer of The Roman Missal in a compre ...
"Exult, let them exult, the hosts of heaven, exult, let Angel ministers of God exult, let the trumpet of salvation sound aloud our mighty King's triumph! Be glad, let earth be glad, as glory floods he ...
Biblical Wisdom for Deepening Our Lives Together
Rabbi Michael Barclay
In the latter part of the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Ketuvim, one may find the world's first "how-to" or "self-help" book, one that focuses on creating and sustaining human relationships. So says ...
Lay Women in the Liturgical Movement in the United States, 1926-59
Katharine E. Harmon; Foreword by Nathan D. Mitchell
Where are the women in liturgical history? In considering the influential liturgical movement in the United States during the first half of the twentieth century, Katharine E. Harmon reveals that the ...
Cistercian Lay Brothers 1120-1300
The institution of the lay brotherhood was not original to the Cistercians, but they developed it to its fullest extent. Although lay, the conversi were under the same vows as monks and represented a ...
From the Upper Room to Cyberspace
Edited by Teresa Berger
Liturgy migrates. That is, liturgical practices, forms, and materials have migrated and continue to migrate across geographic, ethnic, ecclesial, and chronological boundaries. Liturgy in Migration off ...
John D. Laurance, SJ
In The Sacrament of the Eucharist, the latest volume in the Lex Orandi Series, John D. Laurance considers the Eucharist by way of two questions: How, by his first-century life, death, and resurrectio ...
An Essential Franciscan Guide for Faith and Sustainable Living
Dawn M. Nothwehr, OSF
The Franciscan vision offers a powerful antidote to the moral malaise that prevents ordinary Christians from making the necessary choices to live more simply and share the world's goods more equitably ...
Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, OP
Over the course of five decades of scholarly work on the New Testament, Jerome Murphy-O'Connor has never been afraid to explore and question ideas that other scholars have simply presumed. In Keys to ...
Patricia R. Moreno Pedraza
No ver las culpas, el enmudecimiento de la voz de la conciencia, es una enfermedad mucho más peligrosa que la culpa. Un hombre de conciencia es aquel que jamás compra el bienestar, el �xito, la consid ...
On the Intersection of Liturgical History and Pastoral Practice
David A. Pitt, Stefanos Alexopoulos, and Christian McConnell (editors)
Maxwell Johnson has made multiple contributions to our understanding of liturgical history and liturgical theology. This volume honors his work by offering a set of important essays by respected schol ...
Engaging contexts in Conversation
Edited by Rosemary P. Carbine and Kathleen J. Dolphin
The New Voices Seminar is a lively, intergenerational, and diverse group of women scholars who take an interdisciplinary approach to the study of Christianity. Under the leadership of Kathleen Dolphin ...
How Historical Forces Can Create Doctrinal Conflicts
Joseph F. Kelly
God is beyond time, but every person is firmly planted in it. History impacts us endlessly, including the ways we understand the church and its teachings. This has been the case since the time of the ...
A Call to Justice
Patrick T. McCormick
What if we began our study of Christian ethics not with an examination of our moral duties but with an exploration of the call of beauty? Like justice, beauty generates a call to a larger, more gener ...
Monastic and Shi'a Spirituality in Dialogue
Edited by Mohammad Ali Shomali and William Skudlarek, OSB
If Christians and Muslims are to live in peace, encouraging one another to grow in holiness and working together for the good of all God's creation, they must move beyond politicized and often negativ ...