Sourcebook about Sunday, A
This sourcebook gathers excerpts from scripture and liturgy and from prose and poetry both ancient and modern to help us deepen our appreciation of Sunday as the Lord's Day. It shows the origin of Jewish and Christian Sabbath observance, the wisdom of Jewish Shabbot practices, and the Friday-through-Monday customs and activities through which Christians have the Lord's Day. This collection offers resources for prayer and theological reflection to liturgists and catechists, to those who plan retreats, and to everyone desiring a richer experience of our weekly Easter.
Use this book in a variety of ways:-
. As a way to begin or end each day with a prayer or meditation.
. As a guide to reclaiming Sunday as the Lord's Day.
. As a preparation for preaching, catechists, retreats and other programmes.
Size: 6" x 9" / 224 pages