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eBook The Sunday Lectionary: Ritual Word, Paschal Shape ePub

by Normand Bonneau OMI

  • ISBN: 081462457X
  • Category: Worship and Devotion
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Normand Bonneau OMI
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Liturgical Press (February 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1958 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1555 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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The Sunday Lectionary examines a key aspect of the liturgical use of the Bible: how the Lectionary puts biblical flesh on the bones of the liturgical calendar and gives paschal shape to the . The book is divided into two parts.

The Sunday Lectionary examines a key aspect of the liturgical use of the Bible: how the Lectionary puts biblical flesh on the bones of the liturgical calendar and gives paschal shape to the Christian year. Although the current Lectionary has been in use since 1969, its history, purpose, and structure remains relatively unknown to the many who proclaim or hear its readings.

Normand Bonneau, OMI, ThD, is Associate Professor of New Testament at Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Canada

Normand Bonneau, OMI, ThD, is Associate Professor of New Testament at Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Canada. His special interests are the letters of Paul and the Sunday Lectionary, in which he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses, and on which he has published a number of articles. Author Bio. ▼▲. Normand Bonneau, OMI, ThD, is Associate Professor of New Testament at Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Canada.

Sunday Lectionary : Ritual Word, Paschal Shape. The Sunday Lectionary examines a key aspect of the liturgical use of the Bible: how the Lectionary puts biblical flesh on the bones of the liturgical calendar and gives paschal shape to the Christian year.

Originating in the Roman Lectionary, this hermeneutic was developed in subsequent denominational and ecumenical versions

Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). Originating in the Roman Lectionary, this hermeneutic was developed in subsequent denominational and ecumenical versions. An amalgam of the historical hermeneutics of the two western traditions, it uses both the memory of the Church to interpret the Bible and the Bible to structure the memory of the Church.

The Sunday lectionary: ritual word, Paschal shape. 1998, Liturgical Press. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1998. One book directly examines the theological bases on which a sermon is constructed; the second stimulates the imagination of the preacher; and the third provides a historical and liturgical rationale for the choice of scriptural passages. Thanks! Main Lectionary Page.

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The Sunday Lectionary examines a key aspect of the liturgical use of the Bible: how the Lectionary puts biblical flesh on the bones of the liturgical calendar and gives paschal shape to the Christian year. Although the current Lectionary has been in use since 1969, its history, purpose, and structure remains relatively unknown to the many who proclaim or hear its readings. The Sunday Lectionary contributes to a theology of proclamation by explaining the principles that underlie the Lectionary's selection of biblical passages and its patterns of reading distribution that structure the Sundays, feast days, and seasons of the liturgical year.

The book is divided into two parts. The first lays the groundwork by surveying the history of the Lectionaries (chapter 1), chronicling the highlights of the Vatican II Lectionary reform (chapter 2), and examining the characteristic traits of the revised Sunday and feast day Lectionary and its ecumenical import (chapter 3). The second part analyzes the Lectionary's architecture for each of the liturgical seasons (chapters 4-9).

Liturgical proclamation breathes life into the ancient inscribed words, transforming them from words into the Word, thus bringing the transforming, nourishing presence of the risen Christ into the world. The Sunday Lectionary not only helps enrich theological conversation but helps pastors, homilists, worship leaders, rectors, cantors, and students of liturgy foster a deeper appreciation of the Lectionary and, through the Lectionary, the liturgy.

Normand Bonneau, OMI, ThD, is Associate Professor of New Testament at Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Canada. His special interests are the letters of Paul and the Sunday Lectionary, in which he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses, and on which he has published a number of articles.

Comments

Duktilar Duktilar
There's a lot of thought that has gone into the selection of Scripture verses that many congregations use as part of their Sunday morning worship, and if you're interested in some additional background on that process, then Normand Bonneau's book is a great place to start. This is a brief (under 200 pages) and accessible history of the practice of integrating Scripture into public worship. He begins (briefly) with the use of Scripture in Judaism before Christianity, spends a little more time on the use of Scripture from the early church to the Council of Trent in 1570, and then spends a majority of time fleshing out the contributions of Vatican II and the creation of a redesigned three-year lectionary cycle that has formed the basis for the three-year lectionary used in many congregations in the LCMS.

Bonneau is a Catholic academic and this book is limited to the Catholic contributions to the lectionary. However, this is foundational information that is useful and valuable in better understanding the various permutations that have evolved, all based primarily on the Catholic Ordo Lectionum Missae, including the Revised Common Lectionary that is the basis of Scripture selection for the LCMS.

If you're ever called upon to preach or direct studies based on the Sunday reading selections and your congregation utilizes the three-year lectionary cycle, this is a fantastic resource. If you've ever wanted to better understand some of the guiding principles for how those particular verses are selected, this is a great resource. If you're part of a worship team charged with integrating the musical and visual and Scriptural elements of the service into a cohesive whole, this is a great resource. And this could be a great resource for a youth or young adult study aimed at helping them understand that worship is not accidental or incidental, but a carefully thought out experience whereby we receive the blessings of our loving Father.
Froststalker Froststalker
Very good
Deeroman Deeroman
This book was used as one of the texts for a Theology graduate course on the Lectionary as the Word of God. It provided an excellent historical overview of the Word of God in the Lectionary, as well as an excellent background of the liturgical calendar and the liturgical seasons.
The only problem I had with the book is that in this era of Ecumenism and dialogue with other faiths, especially the Jewish-Christian dialogue, I was very surprised the see the Hebrew scriptures referred to as "Old Testament". The term "Old Testament" gives the impression that they are not relevant any longer. The Hebrew scriptures are the foundation of the Christian scriptures and are therefore vital and relevant for all Christians. Let us call the Hebrew Scriptures by their rightful name.