Understanding the Liturgy – A Guide to How Catholics Worship
Product code :854177
Author :Jim Mongelluzzo
Publisher :Twenty-Third Publications
This fourth volume in TTP's new AFF Library Series discusses liturgy, the path by which Catholics everywhere have their primary contact with God. Author Rev. Jim Mongelluzzo offers a comprehensive outline of what liturgy is, how liturgy is done, and what liturgy is meant to do for us. People probably have more questions about what we do at Mass than any other faith topic—this book will offer answers and guidelines for all who need to know the answers!
Monsignor James A. Mongelluzzo, S.T.D., a priest of the Diocese of Worcester, Massachusetts, teaches liturgy and homiletics at Pope Saint John XXIII National Seminary in Weston, Massachusetts.
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The Adult Faith Formation Library offers a valuable collection of titles that are reliable resources for information, formation and transformation in the Catholic tradition. Whether used in formal educational settings, or in less structured learning communities, each book makes concepts and traditions accessible and understandable. Perfect for:
Adults in a faith community who would like to grow through spiritual reading and reflection
Parish/pastoral ministers who seek support in their personal and professional development
Pastoral teams or school faculties who desire to enrich or further explore their mission
Individuals who want to deepen their own understanding of the faith
Each volume’s user-friendly format provides:
An introduction to the topic
Four chapters, each designed to be read in one sitting/session
Questions for personal reflection and journaling, or for conversation starters in a team or learning community
A suggested reading list for further exploration
Author: Jim Mongelluzzo
96 pages, 5.5” x 8.5”