Ultimately, the Lord’s Prayer reveals more about how to live than how to pray. In The Lord’s Prayer, Jesus provided the greatest Christian teaching of the centuries on spiritual growth. This brief prayer with its simple words still speaks to those desiring genuine intimacy with God. Living the Lords Prayer points to Jesus’ teaching on community, love for the broken and isolated, holiness in an age of profanity, dealing with the evil within, resisting temptations, and more. Join David Timms as he examines each familiar phrase, uncovering a profound framework for a meaningful Christian life.
Sunday Readings cycle C
This set of three volumes covers every Sunday and Holy-day of Obligation for the whole of the liturgical cycles A, B and C. Every volume includes complete Scriptural texts of the Readings, and every Reading is accompanied by a lucid explanation of the pertinent verses in the Reading. The author then supplies basic thoughts on which a homily can be built and presented according to each priests's own individuality, thus allowing also for flexibility on the part of the preacher. The book is a great help to the priests, Religious and laity: it provides them with the Biblical data on each reading. It gives them the exact meaning of the Sacred text and of God's message and it provides very valuable ideas and suggestions for preaching, meditation and prayer.
Ignite Your Spirit
This book offers inspiring reflections on the readings of Seasons and Feasts for all three liturgical cycles. The author has carefully interwoven stories, incidents, anecdotes and practical examples to bring alive the gospel message for each Sunday. Ignite Your Spirit is a great gift to the preachers readers and to all who search and hope to deepen their faith in Jesus Christ.
Christ in the Gospels of the Ordinary Sundays
Brown begins by discussing how a Gospel was formed because he is convinced that, although we read and hear a Gospel passage every Sunday, most people only have the vaguest ideal about what a gospel is or what is distinctive about a gospel.
From the Upper Room to the Altar of the World
From the Upper Room to the Altar of the World is a collection of reﬂections on the Word of God. These reﬂections focus on the Eucharist and suggest that the Eucharist has to ﬂow from the Upper Room to the Altar of the World and thus it connects the Eucharist with the vicissitudes of life in the World. Though the reﬂections are not arranged according to the liturgical cycle of the year, most of the topics cover the Sundays of the liturgical Year. It is very useful for preachers, teachers, catechists, religious and seminarians.