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  • These brief, yet incisive commentaries on the Daily lectionary serve a variety of purposes. They can be an aid to those preparing homilies, a source of personal meditation, or a way of deepening one’s understanding of the Gospels while following the Church’s liturgy.
  • These brief, yet incisive commentaries on the Sunday lectionary serve a variety of purposes. They can be an aid to those preparing homilies, a source of personal meditation, or a way of deepening one’s understanding of the Gospels while following the Church’s liturgy.
  • Pope John Paul II referred to Mary as “Mother to all, and Mother forever.” The faithful know they can count on the heavenly Mother’s concern: Mary will never abandon them. By taking her into our own home as a supreme gift from the heart of the crucified Christ, we are assured a uniquely effective presence in the task of showing the world in every circumstance the fruitfulness of love and the authentic meaning of life.
  • Luke

    Megan McKenna
    £14.95
    For Christians of our time, Megan McKenna explores the meaning of the blessings and woes pronounced by Jesus on the plains of Galilee.
  • Matthew

    Megan McKenna
    £12.50
    In this perceptive commentary, McKenna shows that Matthew’s gospel is balm and hope for the Church today.
  • Mary – Shadow of Grace

    Megan McKenna
    £10.95
    Using Scripture as a guide, McKenna helps us to see the image of Mary that is shaped by the stories of her from the gospels. The image that develops out of these stories is altogether different form the one our culture creates.
  • The lectionary readings for the entire Christmas season come alive through the stories and reflections of popular author Megan McKenna. Her words show us how we can centre our lives on bringing justice and peace into the world while we wait for Jesus, the Son of God, to come among us.
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