Why Go To Church? Paperback

The Drama of the Eucharist - The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book 2009

by Timothy Radcliffe;

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Why Go To Church?

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Written by a spiritual master this is an important Lent title that examines what it means to celebrate the Eucharist, and in turn reminds us of our capacity for love, hope and faith.

The Eucharist, writes Timothy Radcliffe, is a three part drama, forming us in faith, hope and love. In this book he examines what it means to celebrate the Eucharist. Whilst other people experience it as boring and pointless, listening to the readings, the homily and the creed all take us through the crises and challenges of faith. From the offertory through to the end of the Eucharistic prayer we are caught up in the hope that was Christ's, faced with Good Friday. From the Our Father until we are sent on our way, especially in receiving communion, we are formed as people who are capable of love.

Why Go To Church? by Timothy Radcliffe was published by Continuum in December 2008 and is our 14127th best seller. The ISBN for Why Go To Church? is 9780826499561.

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Details for Why Go To Church?

Page last updated 7th July 2015
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherContinuum (December 2008)
Number of Pages224
Thickness18 mm
Height198 mm
Width129 mm
Product Code1242921
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