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The Communion of the Saint By Alan David Justice
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Clio Griffin, an out-of-work academic with an attitude and a tendency toward sarcasm, travels to England to interview for a last-chance job—as the pet historian for an antiquarian group who... More > hope to use her to build the reputation of the local saint—Alban, the first Christian martyr of Britain. No sooner does she arrive than the saint, dead for seventeen centuries, starts talking to her—out loud. The voice is hard enough for Clio to take; her mother, in her final illness, had lost touch with reality, and Clio fears the same fate. When the saint drags her unwilling into the past, to live the lives of people long dead, Clio fights to hold on to her reason. The story question: how does a modern, skeptical, rational person fit the irrational, the supernatural, into her life and still make some kind of sense of it all? The answer: not easily.< Less
Biblical Evidence for the Communion of Saints By Dave Armstrong
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This volume consists entirely of papers, essays, and dialogues originally posted on my website and blog (both named "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism"): written between 1995 and 2011.... More > These have been edited, revised, and combined in various ways, in order to clarify the thoughts and eliminate repetition. Most of the queries that I originally responded to came from our Protestant brethren in Christ. These occurrences afforded me the opportunity to defend and clarify what Catholics believe with regard to the communion of saints, why we do, and to demonstrate that Catholic beliefs are in harmony with Holy Scripture. Many topics are covered in the 21 chapters, including the invocation, intercession, and veneration of saints and angels, images, idolatry, relics, purgatory, prayer for the dead, and "controversial" devotional practices. It is my sincere hope and prayer that my own ruminations along these lines may be of some benefit to others, and both edifying and educational.< Less
Biblical Evidence for the Communion of Saints By Dave Armstrong
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This volume consists entirely of papers, essays, and dialogues originally posted on my website and blog (both named "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism"): written between 1995 and 2011.... More > These have been edited, revised, and combined in various ways, in order to clarify the thoughts and eliminate repetition. Most of the queries that I originally responded to came from our Protestant brethren in Christ. These occurrences afforded me the opportunity to defend and clarify what Catholics believe with regard to the communion of saints, why we do, and to demonstrate that Catholic beliefs are in harmony with Holy Scripture. Many topics are covered in the 21 chapters, including the invocation, intercession, and veneration of saints and angels, images, idolatry, relics, purgatory, prayer for the dead, and "controversial" devotional practices. It is my sincere hope and prayer that my own ruminations along these lines may be of some benefit to others, and both edifying and educational.< Less
Biblical Evidence for the Communion of Saints By Dave Armstrong
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This volume consists entirely of papers, essays, and dialogues originally posted on my website and blog (both named "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism"): written between 1995 and 2011.... More > These have been edited, revised, and combined in various ways, in order to clarify the thoughts and eliminate repetition. Most of the queries that I originally responded to came from our Protestant brethren in Christ. These occurrences afforded me the opportunity to defend and clarify what Catholics believe with regard to the communion of saints, why we do, and to demonstrate that Catholic beliefs are in harmony with Holy Scripture. Many topics are covered in the 21 chapters, including the invocation, intercession, and veneration of saints and angels, images, idolatry, relics, purgatory, prayer for the dead, and "controversial" devotional practices. It is my sincere hope and prayer that my own ruminations along these lines may be of some benefit to others, and both edifying and educational.< Less
The Saint's Communion With God By C. Matthew McMahon, William Strong
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William Strong, A.M. (d. 1654) was an active Westminster Puritan and Reformed minister of the Gospel. What does it mean to have true communion with Jesus Christ? Strong takes great pains and careful... More > consideration to bring the reader into a thorough understanding of this most vital Christian doctrine. His main text is Exodus 20:24, “...I will come unto thee, and I will bless thee.” Strong teaches, 1. how we are to set up the worship of God in his ordinances, and, 2. that wherever God is worshipped, there he will meet those worshipping him with a blessing. This is true communion with God through his son Jesus Christ. Strong shows, 1. the grounds of all the fellowship and the communion that the saints have with God, 2. the properties of this communion, 3. several acts of communion, and, 4. God's glorious end in communion with the saints. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Saint's Communion With God By C. Matthew McMahon, William Strong
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William Strong, A.M. (d. 1654) was an active Westminster Puritan and Reformed minister of the Gospel. What does it mean to have true communion with Jesus Christ? Strong takes great pains and careful... More > consideration to bring the reader into a thorough understanding of this most vital Christian doctrine. His main text is Exodus 20:24, “...I will come unto thee, and I will bless thee.” Strong teaches, 1. how we are to set up the worship of God in his ordinances, and, 2. that wherever God is worshipped, there he will meet those worshipping him with a blessing. This is true communion with God through his son Jesus Christ. Strong shows, 1. the grounds of all the fellowship and the communion that the saints have with God, 2. the properties of this communion, 3. several acts of communion, and, 4. God's glorious end in communion with the saints. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Mass of the Communion of Saints - Full Score By Mary E. H. Hilger
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This Mass blends the gentle flowing melodies of Gregorian chant with contemporary harmonies and syncopation for an overall heartfelt worship. Latin is woven throughout, and melodies are easy to... More > learn. The first three songs - Lord, Have Mercy; Glory to God; and Nicene Creed - are in D minor for an ancient church mode feel as those gone before us heard. The last six songs - Holy, Holy, Holy; We Proclaim Your Death, O Lord; When We Eat this Bread; Save us, Savior of the World; Great Amen; and Lamb of God - move to F major for a modern air. "Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing unto Thee."< Less
Mass of the Communion of Saints - Assembly Card By Mary E. H. Hilger
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This Mass blends the gentle melodies of Gregorian Chant with contemporary syncopation and harmony. A simple Latin word or phrase, easy to pronounce and pleasing to the ear, is woven into each piece.... More > The melodies are easy for congregations to learn, and accompaniment offers rich harmonies and textures. I named the Mass in honor of my sister, Teresa who passed away. She loved the Latin Mass. I appreciate the Latin Mass and traditional songs, but prefer contemporary Christian praise and worship and contemplative chants from Taizé. This Mass is my attempt to blend all the styles. Nine songs for this Mass setting: Lord, Have Mercy; Glory to God; Nicene Creed; Holy, Holy, Holy; We Proclaim Your Death, O Lord; When We Eat This Bread; Save us, Savior of the World; Great Amen; and Lamb of God. Full Score: soprano(melody for congregation), alto, tenor, bass, descant, keyboard for piano or organ, guitar chords, and C instrument(violin or flute).< Less
Communion Antiphons By Liturgical Music
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This book contains the communion antiphons for Sundays, feasts, and solemnities from the new 3rd edition of the Roman Missal set to chants by Fr. Columba Kelly, OSB of Saint Meinrad Archabbey. Each... More > day has an antiphon, psalm verses, and a congregational response. Certain days have more than one choice for the antiphon and/or psalm verses.< Less
An Act of Spiritual Communion By Karen Peebles
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Beautiful text prayer in the series of prayer booklets available from this Lulu seller.