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Hospitality was a hallmark of the ancient Mediterranean world and, according to St. Paul, is among the characteristics to be found in the Body of Christ, the church. True hospitality begins with the recognition of human dignity and the desire to respond effectively to human need. Here Catherine Upchurch, recognized nationally for her keen ability to make the Scriptures come alive for Catholics, explores how three biblical settings encourage us to be people of welcome.
|Title: Hospitality: Welcoming the Stranger|
By: Catherine Upchurch
Number of Pages: 40
Vendor: Liturgical Press
Publication Date: 2017
|Weight: 2 ounces|
Series: Alive in the Word
Stock No: WW645731
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Catherine Upchurch serves as the director of Little Rock Scripture Study and the general editor of the Little Rock Catholic Study Bible. She brings years of adult faith formation experience to her writing and speaking. She is an associate editor of The Bible Today, a regular contributor to Give Us This Day, and the author of Mary, Favored by God, Moses, Called and Equipped, and Hospitality, Welcoming the Stranger.
About the Series▼▲
Alive in the Word invites you to explore Scripture in a way that deepens your understanding, offers meaning for your life today, and helps you to pray and act on God's word.
Relevant and engaging commentary is paired with prayer experiences and invitations for action. Each volume includes three short chapters or sessions.
You may use this resource at your own pace for your personal spiritual growth, or you may join with with others in a group to read, discuss, and pray together.