Item #: 0728-2
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Author: Rev. Harold A. Buetow
Copyright: 1996
First Printed: 07-29-1996

A new creation, a new heavens, a new earth, a new appreciation of life, a new outlook on death – new persons, new values, a new understanding of law and our responsibilities under it, new symbols, new organizations, new hope: all these were inaugurated with the coming of Jesus. The “good news” which the Gospels proclaim always brings with it something “new”. A new day dawned for the human race with the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. It takes awhile to incorporate all the ramifications of that fact into our daily lives. It takes a lot of study, reflection, living, and most of all prayer. The thoughts presented in these pages are the fruit of a careful pondering of the liturgical readings for the Sundays and Holy Days of Cycle B in the light of the lived experience of the men and women of today as they approach the beginning of a new millennium. Priests, deacons, lay ministers and the average person in the pew will find much to excite and inspire them here.

About the Author: Harold A. Buetow, PhD, JD is a priest from the Diocese of Brooklyn who spent thirty years at Catholic University where he taught and was Senior Staff Editor on The New Catholic Encyclopedia. This present title is the second of a trilogy of reflections on the Readings of the Liturgical Year. The other volumes are: God Still Speaks: Listen! (Cycle A) andOde to Joy (Cycle C). Fr. Buetow has also written Thirst for LifeThe New Out of the OldRejoicing in Hope, and Pastoral Talks for Special Occasions.

Book: 283 pages
ISBN: 978-0-8189-0728-9
Prod. Code: 0728-2

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