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Extent: Hardcover

Pages: 328

Size: 17 x 2.4 x 24.2 cm

Publisher: Bloomsbury Continuum

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The Sunday Word: Commentary on the Sunday Readings

by Henry Wansbrough

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This title offers reflections on the Sunday readings from leading Catholic biblical scholar, Henry Wansbrough OSB. Leading Catholic biblical scholar Henry Wansbrough provides a pithy and readable commentary covering all the Sunday readings for years A, B and C. Wansbrough provides incisive commentary informed by his many years of teaching and praying scripture as a scholar and Benedictine monk of Ampleforth Abbey, and member of the Pontifical Biblical Commission. For each Sunday a short commentary on the three readings is given, together with questions and suggestions for personal reflection, and a section for families looking at the readings together. A section covering major feasts, especially those which at times take the place of the Sunday is presented at the back of the book.

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