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Each Sunday we listen to Gods word proclaimed in the assembly. We ask ourselves, what does this mean for my life and for our world at this time? How is the biblical word, as Psalm 119 suggests, a lamp to my feet and a light to my path?Geoff Wood combines examples from Western literature and his own personal life to help readers connect the Sunday readings for Lectionary Year A to their own experiences. Homilists, Bible study groups, catechists, youth ministers, and RCIA teams will appreciate this book's ability to shed insight into the wisdom of scripture in postmodern life. Also available for Lectionary Years B and C. Published by Liturgy Training Publications.
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This book if for everybody-for those who crave good images and good stories; for those who find their identity in Baptism and Eucharist and cannot imagine a life without the warmth of good worship; for those who need to laugh, especially at themselves; and, above all, for those who want to wrap themselves in the word, Sunday after Sunday. -Virginia Sloyan from the introduction to "Living the Lectionary: Links to Life and Literature, Year C.Review:
A lively style and poignant sketches about life events...one of the most imaginative lectionary studies I’ve ever seen. -- The Living Church, June 5, 2005
Geoff Wood accomplishes the remarkable feat of addressing the mystery of God in terms of the absolutely mundane. -- Mary Killeen Lyons, Ph.D.
His reflections are brief and insightful and he utilizes references to Western literature... to engage the imagination of his readers. -- The Catholic Weekly, January 9, 2005
In an earthly manner the unfathomability of God becomes clear. -- Catholic Library World, Vol. 75, No. 3, March 2005, Jovian P. Lang, OFM
It is a wonderful resource for homilists, RCIA teams, catechists, and youth ministers. -- Sister Olive Murphy, Director of Religious Education Diocese of Santa Rosa, California
Wood’s weekly commentaries illumine our weekly bulletin. Parishioners eagerly look forward to his interpretation of liturgical themes throughout the year. -- Monsignor James P. Gaffey, professor emeritus of religion at Temple University
...he offers the stories of some famous authors and poets to make a connection between God’s word and our lives. -- Crux of the News, Vol. 25, No. 46, November 15, 2004
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