This new book has been enriched with more psalms, symbolic material involving the body, and texts from the Churchs Eastern and Anglican traditions.
Author: Liturgical Press
Publisher: Liturgical Press
Drawing on the rich resources of the Benedictine tradition, The Glenstal Book of Daily Prayer aims to share with Christians everywhere some of that tradition as it is celebrated daily in Glenstal. This new book has been enriched with more psalms, symbolic material involving the body, and texts from the Churchs Eastern and Anglican traditions. Containing daily Morning, Evening, and Night Prayer, the book also contains a set of prayer-stops for use throughout the day. It provides a wonderful help to praying with the treasures of the Churchs liturgy.
"The Glenstal Book of Prayer is a rich resource for the dark, mysterious, but exciting journey which is prayer.
Author: Monks of Glenstal Abbey
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press
"The Glenstal Book of Prayer is a rich resource for the dark, mysterious, but exciting journey which is prayer." "It draws on the wisdom of the Bible, enshrined in Benedictine liturgy, on the experience of modern monks, and on the wisdom of the Christian church. Coming as it does from an Irish monastery it reflects in a special way the Celtic tradition with its earthy, popular and devotional prayers."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
"Building on the success of the first Glenstal Book of Prayer, this new book has ... more psalms, symbolic material involving the body and texts from the Church's Eastern and Anglican traditions" - Book jacket.
The Glenstal Book of Prayer is a rich nourishing resource for the dark, mysterious, but exciting journey which is prayer. It draws on the wisdom of the Bible, enshrined in Benedictine liturgy, on the experience of modern monks, and on the wisdom of the Christian church.
. . . For the seeker truly desiring contemplation, this book could be the magic gift that is sheer grace . . . it makes a difference in our knowledge as well as in our prayer.? The American Benedictine Review
Author: Gregory Collins
Publisher: Liturgical Press
The Glenstal Book of Icons contains prayers and meditations on a selection of icons from the Abbey's Byzantine chapel. Drawing on the popular monastic practice of lectio divina, the icons themselves are seen as 'texts' giving rise to meditation on the Christian mysteries. This leads to acts of prayer, in which special emphasis is placed on the famous 'Jesus Prayer', discussed in detail in the introduction to the book. Thus the icons and the Jesus Prayer become a point of entry to the mystical spirituality of Eastern Christianity. The book's aim is that of the icon itself: to open the heart in contemplative prayer to the transforming vision of God's glory. Each icon is reproduced in full colour.
This superb collection of one- and two-page readings is intended to provide a liturgical theology of the mysteries of Christianity throughout the Advent, Christmas, Lenten, and Easter seasons.
Author: Liturgical Press
Publisher: Liturgical Press
This superb collection of one- and two-page readings is intended to provide a liturgical theology of the mysteries of Christianity throughout the Advent, Christmas, Lenten, and Easter seasons. Readings from theology, biblical studies, poetry, literature, and spiritual writings can all be found in The Glenstal Book of Readings for the Seasons. While these readings will be informative for anyone seeking a spiritual thought for the day, they will be especially appealing to those who use the daily Divine Office. Attractively bound in pocketbook format with two-color printing throughout, The Glenstal Book of Readings for the Seasons is convenient and easy to use. A wonderful companion to Benedictine Daily Prayer.
The prayers in this little book are a good starting point, and many additional
resources exist that may be helpful. The spiritual ... Take Our Moments and Our
Days: An Anabaptist Prayer Book, Ordinary Time. ... The Glenstal Book of Prayer.
Author: William G. Storey
Publisher: Loyola Press
This beginner's guide to prayer will guide Catholics who need help learning to pray.
BOOKS IRELAND April 2007 83 Progress of spirituality by way Antioch , who
died about ten years into the second century , through the Patristic period , the
Middle Ages , and ... Maybe some Glenstal College old boy'has or related
Nowadays there certainly is a plethora of books dealing with Benedictine
spirituality . ... Father Ambrose Tinsley , the guestmaster at Ireland ' s Glenstal
Abbey , no doubt meets visitors who feel as if they are caught in a whirlpool by
the ... introduces everyone else to these Benedictine principles : Prayer , Lectio ,
and Work .
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image and describes how these have affected the spread of the devotion .
while the third section includes prayers formulated for various needs and
occasions ; and , of course , since this is an Irish ... Pastoral Arnold Rzepecki The
Wisdom of John Paul II : The Glenstal Book of Prayer : A The Pope on Life ' s
Most Vital ...
The Glenstal Book of Icons Praying with the Glenstal Icons The Glenstal Book of
Icons : Praying with the Glenstal Icons , by Gregory Collins OSB , ( ISBN 1 85607
3629 ) and The Glenstal Book of Prayer : A Benedictine Prayerbook , ( ISBN 1 ...
10 The contents of the Glenstal manuscript do not identify it as a missal , no more
than its small size ( c . 78 x c . lismm ) . Szövérffy wrote that ' its contents
correspond to the fifteenth - century English private prayer - books which were
Author: Rachel Moss
Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd
The religious art of early Christian Ireland has attracted much scholarly and popular attention. In contrast the devotional world of later medieval Ireland has, until recently, been relatively neglected. This multi-disclipinary volume redresses this by examining the material culture of late medieval Irish devotion against its artistic, historical, theological and liturgical background. The contributors draw on recent advances in international scholarship to provide a broader context for the Irish material. Subjects examined include: wall paintings, metalwork, shrines and reliquaries, manuscripts and books of hours, stained glass and vestments. Other contributions deal with the religious imagery of Irish bardic poetry and the cults of the Virgin Mary and St. Francis of Assisi.
I was reminded of them a few years ago when the Glenstal Book of Prayer got
such an enthusiastic reception . It is clear that , from the monastic matrix ,
thousands of lay people , priests and members of apostolic religious communities
Author: Thomas Lane
Publisher: Columba Press (IE)
An examination of the changing role of the priesthood.
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Glenstal Abbey . The Glenstal Book of Prayer : A Benedictine Prayer Book .
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Author: Joshua Prager
Category: Sports & Recreation
A dramatic rendering of one of the most famous moments in baseball, Bobby Thompson's 1951 ninth inning homerun that clinched the pennant for the New York Giants over their archrivals, the Brooklyn Dodgers, reveals that the Giants had been stealing the Dodger catchers' signals from their centerfield clubhouse. 100,000 first printing.
( 2001 ) The Glenstal Book of Prayer : A Benedictine Prayer Book ( Blackrock , Co
. Dublin : The Columba Press ) . Antze , Paul and Lambek , Michael ( 1996 ) eds ,
Tense past , cultural essays in trauma and memory ( London : Routledge ) .
Author: Peadar Kirby
Publisher: Contemporary Irish Studies
Category: Business & Economics
Shows how transnational corporations use lobby groups to shape EU policy. New updated edition
Prayers and Devotions from Pope John Paul II , ed . with an introduction by
Bishop Peter Canisius Johannes van Lierde OSA , Harmondsworth , 1994 . Glenstal Book of Prayer , Dublin , 2001 . 11. Catechetical Works ( chronological
order ) A ...
Author: Louise Fuller
Louise Fuller sets the Church's role in its historical perspective before considering the triumphant institution of the 1950s. It was a Church of piety and ritual: mass attendance, church building, processions, pilgrimages, the erection of crosses, statues and grottos, the widespread dissemination of devotional literature and the cult of indulgences were its distinguishing characteristics. The rising prosperity of the '60s, plus the effects of the Vatican Council, began the liberalisation of Irish society. The bishops reacted defensively. Their conservatism stimulated the emergence of a Catholic intelligentsia, propagating more liberal attitudes and championing the new theology. The '70s and '80s saw a Church more open to liberation theology, to ecumenism and to issues of justice and peace generally, albeit change was gradual and piecemeal. The real revolution did not come until the 1990s, when a succession of clerical sexual scandals fatally subverted the unique moral authority of the Church which had been its greatest strength.
benediction ' . I am informed by my mother that these days committed Catholics
do ' The Miraculous Medal , and that Benediction is celebrated far less frequently
than in the past . The Glenstal Book of Prayer . The Columba Press , 2001.