Common Worship: Daily Eucharistic Lectionary Hardback
Daily Eucharistic Lectionary
by Simon Kershaw;
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Common Worship: Daily Eucharistic Lectionary
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Using the NRSV translation and psalms from the Common Worship Psalter, it provides all the readings for the two year cycle of the Common Worship weekday lectionary in one place. Ideal for use at the lectern.
Common Worship: Daily Eucharistic Lectionary by Simon Kershaw was published by Canterbury Press in May 2008 and is our 14093rd best seller. The ISBN for Common Worship: Daily Eucharistic Lectionary is 9781853118968.
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Common WorshipPam Sanders, via The Good Book Stall
What complications we have made for ourselves with our calendar! However: this volume contains very good instructions regarding its’ use and useful information about the selection of readings to which one can refer when perplexed over choices in Lent, for example. A valuable resource for churches where a daily Eucharist is the norm and also for those who take Communion Services in residential homes or to those who are housebound. I hope the Daily Eucharist Lectionary will encourage a regular encounter with the Psalms in places where this has quietly vanished…
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Details for Common Worship: Daily Eucharistic Lectionary
|Author / Artist||Simon Kershaw|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (May 2008)|
|Number of Pages||864|
|Page last updated||2nd June 2017|