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This revised edition of Adrien Nocent's comprehensive commentary on the three-year lectionary in relationship to the Sacramentary/Missal now conforms to The Roman Missal, Third Edition. This volume covers the Church seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany. Throughout the text, the author constantly insists that the Word of God proclaimed today is relevant in every culture and period of time. Revised by Paul Turner, it now has many helpful explanatory notes on history, culture, language, and, of course, liturgy.
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Liturgical Press
Let Us Pray: A Guide to the Rubrics of Sunday Mass; Updated to Conform with the Revised English Translation of The Roman MissalPaul TurnerLiturgical Press / Trade Paperback$21.56 Retail:
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The Liturgical Year Volume 2: Lent, the Sacred Paschal Triduum, Easter TimeAdrien Nocent, Paul TurnerLiturgical Press / Trade Paperback$8.49 Retail:
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The Liturgical Year Volume 3: Sundays Two to Thirty-Four in Ordinary TimeAdrien Nocent, Paul TurnerLiturgical Press / Trade Paperback$26.96 Retail:
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When Adrien Nocent's The Liturgical Year was published in the 1970s, it was the very first comprehensive commentary on the three-year lectionary in relation to the Sacramentary/Missal as these were revised following the Second Vatican Council. Expressed on nearly every page was Nocent's conviction that the liturgy and the Word of God proclaimed within it have something important to say to real people of every culture and time. He constantly returns to the question: What does this passage have to say to us today?
Now this extraordinary work of applied, postconciliar liturgical scholarship has been emended and annotated by one of today's leading liturgical scholars. Paul Turner has provided many helpful explanatory notes on history, culture, language, and, of course, liturgy. He has also updated the liturgical texts to conform to The Roman Missal, Third Edition. The result is a resource that promises to enrich and inspire a new generation of presiders, preachers, liturgy planners, and students.
On the fiftieth anniversary of Vatican II's Sacrosanctum Concilium, encounter the vibrant scholarship and pastoral wisdom of Adrien Nocent's The Liturgical Year again or for the first time!
Volume 1 covers the liturgical seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany.
Paul Turner is pastor of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Kansas City, Missouri and director of the Office of Divine Worship for the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph. He holds a doctorate in sacred theology from Sant Anselmo in Rome.He is a former president of the North American Academy of Liturgy and a member of Societas Liturgica and the Catholic Academy of Liturgy. He serves as a facilitator for the International Commission on English in the Liturgy. His publications include One Love: A Pastoral Guide to the Order of Celebrating Matrimony, Inseparable Love: A Commentary on The Order of Celebrating Matrimony in the Catholic Church, Glory in the Cross: Holy Week in the Third Edition of The Roman Missal, Let Us Pray: A Guide to the Rubrics of Sunday Mass, and Whose Mass Is It? Why People Care So Much about the Catholic Liturgy, all published by Liturgical Press. He is also a contributor to Give Us This Day.
Stephen J. Binz, biblical scholar, author of Conversing with God in Advent and Christmas (also Conversing with God in Lent and Conversing with God in the Easter Season)
Patrick Regan, OSB, Saint Joseph Abbey, Saint Benedict, Louisiana, Author of Advent to Pentecost
Joyce Ann Zimmerman, CPPS, Institute for Liturgical Ministry
Michael S. Driscoll, Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame
Rev. Michael Witczak Associate Professor of Liturgical Studies Catholic University of America