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Liturgy, Unity & Individuism
Dennis C. Smolarski
Liturgy, which tries to foster the unity of the body of Christ, can be a countercultural experience since trends in modern American society emphasize individualism.
This insightful book focuses on God's love and Jesus' deep desire to have a friendship with the first communicant. In simple and clear language, it introduces children to prayer life, and explains the Mass and the importance of church. Also ...
Glimpsing the Eucharisth through Centures
Rev. Ralph Wright, O.S.B
A glimpse of the Eucharist through the eyes of different people through twenty one centuries from St. Paul to Pope Benedict XVI.
Meal & the Word
Theological reflection on the Eucharist in terms of the two most basic human functions: food and language.
Eucharist Contemporary Anglican Theo
Owen F. Cummings
An effort in ecumenical theology, setting out to show how close the traditional Anglican theology of the Eucharist is to Roman Catholic theology.
Giles Dimock OP
Answers to questions about the Eucharist as meal, sacrifice, and Real Presence, set in the historical background with the meaning for today.
Eucharist & Moral Living
Invites the reader to contemplate how the Paschal Mystery of Christ, known in and through the Eucharist, forms the moral fiber of Catholic living.
Mystery of Faith
Rev. ,Joseph M. Champlin
Examines the Eucharist from different angles or perspectives as sacrifice, sacrament, and presence so that readers can gain a richer, fuller, and more complete understanding of this Most Blessed Sacrament.
Rev. Kevin W. Irwin
Explores in a clear manner how the liturgy of the Eucharist contains a wealth of theology and spirituality about the Eucharist itself and the way it shapes our view of the Christian life.
Approaches to the Mass on the World
Thomas M. King, S.J.
A study of Teilhard's "Mass on the World" that enables all Christians to assume their priesthood and transform both their life and death into an all-embracing Mass on the Altar of the World.
Rev. Roch Kereszty, O Cist
Essays from an ecumenical conference that promote a further convergence in our understanding of the Eucharist.
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