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Pages: 262

Size: 14 x 1.9 x 21.6 cm

Publisher: Columba Press; Reprinted Ed edition (1 Oct. 1989)

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Good News of Matthew's Year

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    Notify Me

       

Reflections on the Sunday gospels of each year of the Roman Lectionary. For each Sunday, Fr. O'Flynn gives the text of the gospel reading, a short introductory note that puts the reading in its liturgical or scriptural context, and he summarizes the Good News of the reading in a sentence or two. He then gives two reflections on each reading, the first normally being a commentary on the text and the second being more reflective and imaginative, relating the reading to the world of today

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