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The Bible and the Mass

Item Number: 21520

Catalog Code: 978-0-9704022-2-DIS

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Bible and the Mass

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A step-by-step excursion through the Mass. Fr. Stravinskas explains the parts of the Mass, giving scriptural references and explanations for the various actions and prayers. Each chapter ends with stud questions geared toward group discussion. Perfect for Bible study, theology class, or prayer group, or simply to deepen one’s own understanding of the Church’s highest form of prayer, the Eucharistic Sacrifice. Revised Edition.

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This item received 5 stars overall. A Remarkably Balanced Biblical Explanation of the Mass

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The Bible and the Mass is a handbook for study of the liturgical prayers. In the liturgy of the Mass, we are led by things we understand, the signs and symbols of liturgical worship, to things that are beyond human comprehension: the Life, Death, and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ. The visible directs our thoughts to the invisible, the known to the unknown. If we do not understand liturgical worship, however, it cannot lead us to encounter the great mysteries of our faith. Such is usually the case with Catholics who claim they "don't get anything out of Mass." To varying degrees, it is also true for each of us who does not fully appreciate the liturgical prayers. The Bible and the Mass presents an exceptionally balanced and methodical consideration of the liturgy in a format that is designed to accompany prayer and reflection. With a firm foundation in the Catechism, Sacred Scripture, and history, The Bible and the Mass< Full Review...

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