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Overview Centering on the pivotal events of the Passion, this outstanding work examines in comprehensive detail the scriptural, liturgical, and devotional dimensions of Holy Week.
Centering on the pivotal events of the Passion, this outstanding work examines in comprehensive detail the scriptural, liturgical, and devotional dimensions of Holy Week.
Makes for absorbing reading any time of the year, but it's an especially good book to read during Lent.
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Studio: Our Sunday Visitor
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.26" Width: 6.24" Height: 1.21" Weight: 2 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 1993
Publisher Our Sunday Visitor
ISBN 0879735325 ISBN13 9780879735326
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More About James Monti
James Monti is an author and historian who has contributed numerous articles to Catholic publications, including the monthly missal Magnificat. His other books include The King's Good Servant But God's First: The Life & Writings of St. Thomas More, The Week of Salvation and In the Presence of Our Lord.
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An easily read study of a broad range of celebrations May 12, 2000
This is a study of the liturgical and devotional practices of the Church during Holy Week - across space and time. It is liberally sprinkled with quotations from the liturgies - in a sense similar to some of the resource books for seasons put out by various presses. In addition it describes the practices of various liturgical families, of various ethnic groups and of Catholic and Orthodox rites.
It was here that I first learned that Tre Ore on Good Friday was not an ancient tradition but rather grew out of Jesuit practice in Peru in the 17th century. On the same page we read of Egeria's experiences in Jerusalem in the 5th century ... of the readings in the Armenian lectionary ... etc.
This is an absolutely delightful book that assists anyone in deepening their understanding of the liturgies of Holy Week/Triduum.