Item description for Lectionary for Mass, Classic Edition: Volume II: Proper of Seasons for Weekdays, Year I; Proper of Saints; Common of Saints by Various...
Beautifully Designed, Clearly Readable TypeOur Lectionary typestyle, Cheltenham bold, has been carefully selected by renowned liturgical designer Frank Kacmarcik, Obl.S.B., for its high degree of readability. Beautiful type, tinted edges, elegant cover art, and foil-stamped front, back, and spine make our Lectionary a handsome work emphasizing the dignity of the Word.For Better ProclamationSuperb features help lectors, deacons, and priests more effectively proclaim the Scripture texts. -- single-column format throughout -- highly readable Cheltenham bold type -- fine, buff-colored paper -- two-color printing to separate rubrics from text -- readings arranged to avoid page turns -- additional space between lines for enhanced legibility -- all readings set in sense linesDesigned for Durability and Ease of UseEach volume of our Lectionary includes the following: -- Introduction to the Lectionary for Mass -- Table of Principal Celebrations of the Liturgical Year through 2025 -- Table of the Order of the First Reading for Weekdays in Ordinary Time -- Table of Readings -- Table of Responsorial Psalms and Canticles -- quality ribbon markers to keep you on the right page (1 ribbon, Vol. 1), (2 ribbons, Vols. II, III), (3 ribbons, Vol. IV) -- Proper of Saints and Common of Saints repeated in Weekday Volumes II and III for the convenience of the userThe Classic Edition is a popular choice among Lectionary users. Its convenient size and full list of features fit a variety of needs.
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Studio: Liturgical Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 13.08" Width: 9" Height: 3.96" Weight: 7.85 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2002
Publisher Liturgical Press
ISBN 0814628834 ISBN13 9780814628836
Availability 0 units.
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About the Editor Abraham Chapman was professor of English and Chairman of the American Literature survey courses at Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point. His writings include critical studies on American literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and book reviews for various leading periodicals. He was the author of The Negro in American Literature. In 1968, Professor Chapman received the Biennial College Language Association Creative Scholarship Award for his study The Harlem Renaissance in Literary History, published in CLA Journal.
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