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These volumes are organized according to the Revised Common Lectionary: four volumes for each year (A, B and C). For each lection, you will find a theological perspective, a pastoral perspective, an exegetical perspective and a homiletical perspective.
Particularly useful resource for any preacher looking for inspiration!
It covers all Sundays and Feasts in the three years cycle. For each Sunday, you will not find the readings, but only their reference, and some "idea starters" to preach to the adults, to the teenagers and to the children.
Periodical; issued in series designated A, B, and C, which correspond to the cycles of the three-year lectionary. Each series is issued in two liturgical parts: [pt. 1]: Advent through Holy Week; [pt. 2]: Easter through Pentecost.
These volumes offer at the same time the reading references for the Revised Common Lectionary, the Roman Catholic and the Book of Common Prayer (Episcopal) for both ordinary and festive time of the liturgical year. For each reading, a commentary is proposed which might help the reader form his own interpretation.
Similar to the New Proclamation periodical, the purpose of this book is to give the minister ideas and keys for interpreting the readings. It follows the liturgical calendar, starting with the first Sunday of Advent and ending in November.