Table Talk Year C
Beginning the Conversation on the Gospel of Luke
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Publisher: New City Press
In "Table Talk", one pilgrim shares his attempt to grasp the "Gospel of Luke", based on his own journeys through the lectionary as a writer, teacher and disciple. These reflections will help spark the Sunday conversation about Luke around the parish table: the homilist who will preach on it, the catechist who will teach it to children, the RCIA team who will lead candidates through a discussion of that week's passage, or individual disciples looking for a companion on their day-to-day journey to Emmaus. Jay Cormier draws upon his 20-plus years' experience as editor of "Connections" to cast the Gospel stories in a contemporary setting through a series of reflections that will provoke "Table Talk" - insightful reflection about God's Word as it is proclaimed at the table of the Lord. He follows the pericopes of both the Roman Catholic lectionary and the common lectionary used by many Protestant churches.
"God's word contains multiple layers of meaning. In Jay Cormier's Table Talk, the reader will find new insights, see connections to real life, and hear a call to a more mature discipleship. Table Talk is more than a simple conversation. It is a call to live the Christian life more fully." Robert F. Morneau"
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