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Celebrating the Eucharist/Sacred Song Accompaniment Supplement

This supplement contains new music added to the Celebrating the Eucharist and Sacred Song music programs with the 2016 edition of Sacred Song.

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A Handbook for Catholic Preaching

Edward Foley, General Editor, Introduction by Timothy Radcliffe

While admitting particular parameters and priorities for Roman Catholic preachers, this volume was intentionally envisioned as a handbook for "catholic" preaching in the broadest and most universal sense of that term. Cosponsored by the Catholic Academy of Liturgy, the Catholic Association of Teachers of Homiletics, and the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions, it covers the role of the Scriptures in preaching, the challenges of preaching in a digital age, sermonizing in an interfaith context, and the need for a liberative and prophetic word that cuts across denominations and even faith traditions. Intended to aid those who teach or direct the preaching arts, the design and writing style of this book are particularly calibrated to graduate students in ministerial studies. Every article is a self-contained overview of a particular historical period, genre of preaching, homiletic theory, or contemporary issue. This more encyclopedic approach—devoid of footnotes, yet supported by pertinent bibliography and an extensive index—provides a sufficiently rich yet thoroughly accessible gateway to major facets of the preaching arts at this stage of the twenty-first century. General Editor: Edward FoleyAssociate Editors: Catherine Vincie, Richard N. FragomeniContributors: Herbert Anderson, John F. Baldovin, Alden Lee Bass, Dianne Bergant, Stephen Bevans, Robert Bireley, John Carr, Anthony Collamati, Michael E. Connors, Guerric DeBona, Frank DeSiano, William T. Ditewig, Con Foley, Edward Foley, Richard N. Fragomeni, Ann M. Garrido, Gregory Heille, Lucy Lind Hogan, Patrick R. Lagges, David J. Lose, Barbara K. Lundblad, Ricky Manalo, Robert F. Morneau, Carolyn Muessig, vanThanh Nguyen, Mary Margaret Pazdan, Patricia Parachini, Jorge Presmanes, Craig Alan Satterlee, Catherine Vincie, Richard Vosko, James A. Wallace, Margaret Moers Wenig, Alex Zenthoefer

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A Handbook for Catholic Preaching

Edward Foley, General Editor, Introduction by Timothy Radcliffe

While admitting particular parameters and priorities for Roman Catholic preachers, this volume was intentionally envisioned as a handbook for "catholic" preaching in the broadest and most universal sense of that term. Cosponsored by the Catholic Academy of Liturgy, the Catholic Association of Teachers of Homiletics, and the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions, it covers the role of the Scriptures in preaching, the challenges of preaching in a digital age, sermonizing in an interfaith context, and the need for a liberative and prophetic word that cuts across denominations and even faith traditions. Intended to aid those who teach or direct the preaching arts, the design and writing style of this book are particularly calibrated to graduate students in ministerial studies. Every article is a self-contained overview of a particular historical period, genre of preaching, homiletic theory, or contemporary issue. This more encyclopedic approach—devoid of footnotes, yet supported by pertinent bibliography and an extensive index—provides a sufficiently rich yet thoroughly accessible gateway to major facets of the preaching arts at this stage of the twenty-first century. General Editor: Edward FoleyAssociate Editors: Catherine Vincie, Richard N. FragomeniContributors: Herbert Anderson, John F. Baldovin, Alden Lee Bass, Dianne Bergant, Stephen Bevans, Robert Bireley, John Carr, Anthony Collamati, Michael E. Connors, Guerric DeBona, Frank DeSiano, William T. Ditewig, Con Foley, Edward Foley, Richard N. Fragomeni, Ann M. Garrido, Gregory Heille, Lucy Lind Hogan, Patrick R. Lagges, David J. Lose, Barbara K. Lundblad, Ricky Manalo, Robert F. Morneau, Carolyn Muessig, vanThanh Nguyen, Mary Margaret Pazdan, Patricia Parachini, Jorge Presmanes, Craig Alan Satterlee, Catherine Vincie, Richard Vosko, James A. Wallace, Margaret Moers Wenig, Alex Zenthoefer

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A Handbook for Catholic Preaching

Edward Foley, General Editor, Introduction by Timothy Radcliffe

While admitting particular parameters and priorities for Roman Catholic preachers, this volume was intentionally envisioned as a handbook for "catholic" preaching in the broadest and most universal sense of that term. Cosponsored by the Catholic Academy of Liturgy, the Catholic Association of Teachers of Homiletics, and the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions, it covers the role of the Scriptures in preaching, the challenges of preaching in a digital age, sermonizing in an interfaith context, and the need for a liberative and prophetic word that cuts across denominations and even faith traditions. Intended to aid those who teach or direct the preaching arts, the design and writing style of this book are particularly calibrated to graduate students in ministerial studies. Every article is a self-contained overview of a particular historical period, genre of preaching, homiletic theory, or contemporary issue. This more encyclopedic approach—devoid of footnotes, yet supported by pertinent bibliography and an extensive index—provides a sufficiently rich yet thoroughly accessible gateway to major facets of the preaching arts at this stage of the twenty-first century. General Editor: Edward FoleyAssociate Editors: Catherine Vincie, Richard N. FragomeniContributors: Herbert Anderson, John F. Baldovin, Alden Lee Bass, Dianne Bergant, Stephen Bevans, Robert Bireley, John Carr, Anthony Collamati, Michael E. Connors, Guerric DeBona, Frank DeSiano, William T. Ditewig, Con Foley, Edward Foley, Richard N. Fragomeni, Ann M. Garrido, Gregory Heille, Lucy Lind Hogan, Patrick R. Lagges, David J. Lose, Barbara K. Lundblad, Ricky Manalo, Robert F. Morneau, Carolyn Muessig, vanThanh Nguyen, Mary Margaret Pazdan, Patricia Parachini, Jorge Presmanes, Craig Alan Satterlee, Catherine Vincie, Richard Vosko, James A. Wallace, Margaret Moers Wenig, Alex Zenthoefer

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A Ministry of Discernment

The Bishop and the Sense of the Faithful

Amanda C. Osheim

Both the faithful and bishops are called to learn and to teach. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, the faithful of the local church witness to the apostolic tradition with their lives, and so are teachers. Learning to receive and respond to the sense of the faithful is an essential way the bishop grows in his personal ability to teach the church's faith in authentic and meaningful ways. How is the bishop's ministry of discernment formed by spirituality, and what structures strengthen it? Ignatian spirituality and the structures of discernment in the Society of Jesus model ways for bishops to cultivate discernment as a spiritual habit and provide insight for renovating diocesan structures to incorporate discerning dialogue with the faithful. In A Ministry of Discernment, Amanda Osheim moves from ecclesiological theory to imagining spiritual practices and church structures in the hope of contributing not only to the academic conversation about the sensus fidelium but also to the ways the church practically lives out our response to the Holy Spirit.Amanda C. Osheim, PhD, is associate professor of practical theology at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, where she is presently the Endowed Professor of the Breitbach Catholic Thinkers and Leaders program. She earned her doctoral degree in systematic theology from Boston College and is a contributor at Daily Theology.

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A Ministry of Discernment

The Bishop and the Sense of the Faithful

Amanda C. Osheim

Both the faithful and bishops are called to learn and to teach. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, the faithful of the local church witness to the apostolic tradition with their lives, and so are teachers. Learning to receive and respond to the sense of the faithful is an essential way the bishop grows in his personal ability to teach the church's faith in authentic and meaningful ways. How is the bishop's ministry of discernment formed by spirituality, and what structures strengthen it? Ignatian spirituality and the structures of discernment in the Society of Jesus model ways for bishops to cultivate discernment as a spiritual habit and provide insight for renovating diocesan structures to incorporate discerning dialogue with the faithful. In A Ministry of Discernment, Amanda Osheim moves from ecclesiological theory to imagining spiritual practices and church structures in the hope of contributing not only to the academic conversation about the sensus fidelium but also to the ways the church practically lives out our response to the Holy Spirit.Amanda C. Osheim, PhD, is associate professor of practical theology at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, where she is presently the Endowed Professor of the Breitbach Catholic Thinkers and Leaders program. She earned her doctoral degree in systematic theology from Boston College and is a contributor at Daily Theology.

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A Ministry of Discernment

The Bishop and the Sense of the Faithful

Amanda C. Osheim

Both the faithful and bishops are called to learn and to teach. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, the faithful of the local church witness to the apostolic tradition with their lives, and so are teachers. Learning to receive and respond to the sense of the faithful is an essential way the bishop grows in his personal ability to teach the church's faith in authentic and meaningful ways. How is the bishop's ministry of discernment formed by spirituality, and what structures strengthen it? Ignatian spirituality and the structures of discernment in the Society of Jesus model ways for bishops to cultivate discernment as a spiritual habit and provide insight for renovating diocesan structures to incorporate discerning dialogue with the faithful. In A Ministry of Discernment, Amanda Osheim moves from ecclesiological theory to imagining spiritual practices and church structures in the hope of contributing not only to the academic conversation about the sensus fidelium but also to the ways the church practically lives out our response to the Holy Spirit.Amanda C. Osheim, PhD, is associate professor of practical theology at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, where she is presently the Endowed Professor of the Breitbach Catholic Thinkers and Leaders program. She earned her doctoral degree in systematic theology from Boston College and is a contributor at Daily Theology.

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A Season of Little Sacraments

Christmas Commotion, Advent Grace

Susan H. Swetnam

The lament swells every December, as perennial as the jingle of Salvation Army bells: the season of Advent is lost in the secular trappings of Christmas preparation. For those aspiring to a reverent Advent but caught up in twenty-first-century to-do lists, A Season of Little Sacraments offers a fresh perspective on the secular-sacred December divide. Susan Swetnam invites readers along on an ordinary woman's day-by-day walk through Advent, demonstrating that the very "distractions" accused of taking Christ out of Christmas can become "little sacraments"—occasions for grace to break through and faith to deepen—if approached with mindful reflection. For readers who want to experience a truly sacred Advent without fleeing completely from contemporary society, A Season of Little Sacraments will be a welcome source of nourishment and delight. Susan H. Swetnam taught advanced writing courses for thirty-five years at Idaho State University and is the author of more than a hundred articles and seven books.

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A Season of Little Sacraments

Christmas Commotion, Advent Grace

Susan H. Swetnam

The lament swells every December, as perennial as the jingle of Salvation Army bells: the season of Advent is lost in the secular trappings of Christmas preparation. For those aspiring to a reverent Advent but caught up in twenty-first-century to-do lists, A Season of Little Sacraments offers a fresh perspective on the secular-sacred December divide. Susan Swetnam invites readers along on an ordinary woman's day-by-day walk through Advent, demonstrating that the very "distractions" accused of taking Christ out of Christmas can become "little sacraments"—occasions for grace to break through and faith to deepen—if approached with mindful reflection. For readers who want to experience a truly sacred Advent without fleeing completely from contemporary society, A Season of Little Sacraments will be a welcome source of nourishment and delight. Susan H. Swetnam taught advanced writing courses for thirty-five years at Idaho State University and is the author of more than a hundred articles and seven books.

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Advent of the Savior

A Commentary on the Infancy Narratives of Jesus

Stephen J. Binz

Advent is the season in which we reread and relive the experience of ancient Israel as it longed for the coming of the Messiah. It is also a time to reflect on the infancy narratives of Jesus which have enriched the lives of believers through the centuries. As an extension of Israel's longing for the Messiah, the infancy accounts serve as overtures to the writings of the evangelists, and stand as bridges connecting the Old and New Testaments. Advent of the Savior focuses on this connection of past to present so that we may deepen our longing for the Messiah's coming again and ask God in our own day to be Emmanuel, "God with us." The infancy narratives of Matthew and Luke express the basic truths about the divine and human mystery of Jesus Christ. Advent of the Savior reminds us that it is through these truths that we are called to move from longing for our Savior to hope in his coming again. Stephen J. Binz is a biblical scholar, award-winning author, and popular speaker. He studied Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem, and has developed dozens of books and programs in biblical theology and spirituality, including The God of Freedom and Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus, Panorama of the Bible: Old Testament, and Panorama of the Bible: New Testament (Liturgical Press). He offers keynotes and workshops at church conferences and leads pilgrimages to the lands of the Bible. Information about his work may be found at Bridge-B.com. The infancy narratives of Matthew and Luke express the basic truths about the divine and human mystery of Jesus Christ. Advent of the Savior reminds us that it is through these truths that we are called to move from longing for our Savior to hope in his coming again.

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Advent of the Savior

A Commentary on the Infancy Narratives of Jesus

Stephen J. Binz

Advent is the season in which we reread and relive the experience of ancient Israel as it longed for the coming of the Messiah. It is also a time to reflect on the infancy narratives of Jesus which have enriched the lives of believers through the centuries. As an extension of Israel's longing for the Messiah, the infancy accounts serve as overtures to the writings of the evangelists, and stand as bridges connecting the Old and New Testaments. Advent of the Savior focuses on this connection of past to present so that we may deepen our longing for the Messiah's coming again and ask God in our own day to be Emmanuel, "God with us." The infancy narratives of Matthew and Luke express the basic truths about the divine and human mystery of Jesus Christ. Advent of the Savior reminds us that it is through these truths that we are called to move from longing for our Savior to hope in his coming again.Stephen J. Binz is a biblical scholar, award-winning author, and popular speaker. He studied Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem, and has developed dozens of books and programs in biblical theology and spirituality, including The God of Freedom and Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus, Panorama of the Bible: Old Testament and Panorama of the Bible: New Testament (Liturgical Press). He offers keynotes and workshops at church conferences and leads pilgrimages to the lands of the Bible. Information about his work may be found at Bridge-B.com.

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Allendale Mass, Accompaniment/Vocal Score eMusic Edition

Tobias Colgan, OSB

The Allendale Mass, composed for and dedicated to the Carmelite nuns in Terre Haute, Indiana, is a simple, unison setting that religious communities and parishes alike may find to be easily singable and a useful addition to their repertoire. The goal of this musical setting is to show humble reverence for the texts, allowing them to speak directly to the hearts of the singers.Sample coming soon.In addition to this Accompaniment/Vocal Score edition, other online resources for the Allendale Mass will include: Guitar Edition, item #4640G Reprint License All music published and administered by Liturgical Press is covered under OneLicense.net and you can report assembly usage through their website. If you do not have OneLicense.net, a lifetime assembly reprint license for this Mass setting (melody / text only) is available by calling us at 800.858.5450. Reprint PolicyAll content available from the Liturgical Press website is protected by copyright and is owned or administered by Liturgical Press.You may print or download to a local hard disk this eMusic PDF for your personal and non-commercial use only equal to the number of copies purchased. Each reproduction must include the full title and copyright notice as it appears on the page.Unauthorized copying, reproducing, republishing, uploading, downloading, distributing, forwarding, posting, transmitting or transferring this PDF to another party is a violation of copyright law.

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Allendale Mass, Accompaniment/Vocal Score Print Edition

Tobias Colgan, OSB

The Allendale Mass, composed for and dedicated to the Carmelite nuns in Terre Haute, Indiana, is a simple, unison setting that religious communities and parishes alike may find to be easily singable and a useful addition to their repertoire. The goal of this musical setting is to show humble reverence for the texts, allowing them to speak directly to the hearts of the singers.Sample coming soon.In addition to this Accompaniment/Vocal Score edition, other online resources for the Allendale Mass will include: Accompaniment/Vocal Score Edition, item #4640E Guitar Edition, item #4640G Reprint License All music published and administered by Liturgical Press is covered under OneLicense.net and you can report assembly usage through their website. If you do not have OneLicense.net, a lifetime assembly reprint license for this Mass setting (melody / text only) is available by calling us at 800.858.5450. Reprint PolicyAll content available from the Liturgical Press website is protected by copyright and is owned or administered by Liturgical Press.Unauthorized copying, reproducing, republishing, distributing, forwarding, posting, transmitting or transferring this music to another party is a violation of copyright law.

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Allendale Mass, Guitar eMusic Edition

Tobias Colgan, OSB

The Allendale Mass, composed for and dedicated to the Carmelite nuns in Terre Haute, Indiana, is a simple, unison setting that religious communities and parishes alike may find to be easily singable and a useful addition to their repertoire. The goal of this musical setting is to show humble reverence for the texts, allowing them to speak directly to the hearts of the singers.Sample coming soon.In addition to this Guitar edition, other online resources for the Allendale Mass will include: Accompaniment/Vocal Score Edition, item #4640E Reprint License All music published and administered by Liturgical Press is covered under OneLicense.net and you can report assembly usage through their website. If you do not have OneLicense.net, a lifetime assembly reprint license for this Mass setting (melody / text only) is available by calling us at 800.858.5450. Reprint PolicyAll content available from the Liturgical Press website is protected by copyright and is owned or administered by Liturgical Press.You may print or download to a local hard disk this eMusic PDF for your personal and non-commercial use only equal to the number of copies purchased. Each reproduction must include the full title and copyright notice as it appears on the page.Unauthorized copying, reproducing, republishing, uploading, downloading, distributing, forwarding, posting, transmitting or transferring this PDF to another party is a violation of copyright law.

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An Austrian Mass

Michael Haydn, arranged by Anthony Ruff, OSB

Reprint License All music published and administered by Liturgical Press is covered under OneLicense.net and you can report assembly usage through their website. If you do not have OneLicense.net, a lifetime assembly reprint license for this Mass setting (melody / text only) is available by calling us at 800.858.5450. 199 or less households 200-499 households 500-799 households 800+ households $50.00 $60.00 $70.00 $80.00 Item #3463-AR-S Item #3463-AR-M Item #3463-AR-L Item #3463-AR-XL Reprint Policy All content available from the Liturgical Press website is protected by copyright and is owned or administered by Liturgical Press. You may print or download to a local hard disk this eMusic PDF for your personal and non-commercial use only equal to the number of copies purchased. Each reproduction must include the full title and copyright notice as it appears on the page. Unauthorized copying, reproducing, republishing, uploading, downloading, distributing, forwarding, posting, transmitting or transferring this PDF to another party is a violation of copyright law.

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