Item description for Bernard of Clairvaux: Sermons for Advent And the Christmas Season (Cistercian Fathers Series) by Irene Edmonds, Wendy Beckett & Conrad Greenia...
Overview The 12th century abbot and contemplative reminds Christians still today that Christmas celebrates the awesome condescension of God-with-us, not a commercial carnival.
Publishers Description The twelfth-century abbot and contemplative known to history as "The Mellifluous Teacher' wrote sermons for the entire Christmas liturgical cycle-from the first Sunday of Advent (four weeks before Christmas) to the Feast of the Purification of the Virgin Mary/Presentation of Christ in the Temple (2 February). As he reflects on the wonder of the Incarnation, he reminds Christians still today that Christmas celebrates the awesome condescension of God-with-us, not a commercial carnival.
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Studio: Cistercian Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.77" Width: 5.88" Height: 0.95" Weight: 1.02 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2007
Publisher Cistercian Publications
Series Cistercian Fathers
ISBN 0879071516 ISBN13 9780879071516
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A renewal of faith. May 4, 2008
Saint Bernard of Clairvaux has been called the voice of conscience and dominated the Catholic church for nearly thirty years. "Bernard of Clairvaux: Sermons for Advent and the Christmas Season" is a compilation of his sermons, a definite but highly complex message he wished to convey to the world: that the Word of the gospel wishes to be reincarnated in the reader by being read, that the gospel lives on in the words, and that reading the word will grant one personal recognition of the true divine nature of the word. Translated from the original Latin by Irene Edmonds, Wendy Mary Beckett, & Conrad Greenia; edited by John Leinenweber with an introduction by Wim Verbaal, "Bernard of Clairvaux: Sermons for Advent and The Christmas Season" is highly recommended to community library religious study shelves or anyone seeking a renewal of faith.