The Liturgical Year: Sundays nine to thirty-four in ordinary time

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Liturgical Press, 1977 - Religion - 406 pages

Follows a three-part pattern: 1) biblical and liturgical reflections on the season; 2) the season's structure and themes; 3) suggestions from the past.

 

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Contents

THE ORGANIZATION OF ORDINARY TIME
1
A THEOLOGY OF SUNDAY
9
LET US GIVE THANKS TO THE FATHER
19
LITURGICAL THEOLOGY OF THE PRESIDENTIAL
54
SUNDAYS NINE TO THIRTYFOUR
65
Ninth Sunday
72
Eleventh Sunday
82
Twelfth Sunday
88
TwentyFifth Sunday
255
TwentySeventh Sunday
262
TwentyNinth Sunday
269
Thirtieth Sunday
276
ThirtySecond Sunday
282
ThirtyFourth Sunday
290
Ninth Sunday
300
Eleventh Sunday
307

Fourteenth Sunday
95
Sixteenth Sunday
103
CYCLE
181
Ninth Sunday
188
Eleventh Sunday
197
Thirteenth Sunday
206
Fifteenth Sunday
213
Seventeenth Sunday
223
Nineteenth Sunday
232
TwentyFirst Sunday
240
TwentyThird Sunday
248
Thirteenth Sunday
313
Fifteenth Sunday
320
Seventeenth Sunday
329
Eighteenth Sunday
339
Twentieth Sunday
346
TwentySecond Sunday
353
TwentyFourth Sunday
361
TwentySixth Sunday
370
TwentyEighth Sunday
378
ThirtyFirst Sunday
386
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About the author (1977)

Adrien Nocent, OSB (1913-1996), was a Belgian monk and professor at the Pontifical Atheneum of Saint Anselm in Rome. He served as a consultor for the Consilium for the Implementation of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy of the Second Vatican Council, working especially on the revision of Holy Week and of the Lectionary for Mass.

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