Fr Michael Drumm speaking in Carlow Cathedral during the Kildare and Leighlin Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. In this concluding part, Fr Drumm reflects on Communion.
Fr Michael Drumm speaking in Carlow Cathedral during the Kildare and Leighlin Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. In this part, Fr Drumm reflects on the Table of Word.
Fr Michael Drumm speaking in Carlow Cathedral during the Kildare and Leighlin Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. In this part, Fr Drumm reflects on how God calls us together.
Theology has struggled for an adequate account of the doctrine of sacrifice. M. McGuckian's book explores the coherence of the Catholic tradition in relation to the fundamentals of faith.
Stephen Redmond SJ's book is an accessible introduction for anyone keen to learn more about the central act of the christian tradition specially prepared for the Year of the Eucharist.
Bishops and theologians differ over whether Communion should come before Confirmation. Cian Molloy looks at the tradition behind both sacraments and the stresses and strains involved in what have become social rights of passage as much as religious events.
Pierre Simson goes back to the scriptural accounts of the eucharist to see what exactly Christ meant by enjoining us to come together to celebrate his supper in memory of Him.
Scott Detisch gives us five essential things to know about the Mass so that we can dispel our ‘eucharistic worries’. It’s time, he says, to move from anxious worry to vibrant worship.
In 2005, the year of the Eucharist, twenty significant writers have come together to produce this tour de force of eucharistic themes in which biblical, doctrinal, historical, liturgical, devotional, ecumenical, catechetical, linguistic, artistic and some post-modern perspectives all have their place. This is a very comprehensive compilation.