The Church's Year of Grace - Volume 4

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The Church's Year of Grace

Volume 4 - June, July, August

Dr. Pius Parsch; 5.5 x 7.5 x 1.25 in; Hardcover, 460 pages with 2 ribbon markers

Republished after a half of a century! Pius Parsch’s seminal reflections on the Liturgy of the Church are collected once again, exclusively here at Biretta Books.

In five volumes, Fr. Parsch leads our journey through the Church’s Year of Her Scripture, of Her Saints’ lives, and even folk traditions. This first of five volumes guides you from Advent through Christmastide. It is a 460 page black hardcover tome that handsomely turns your bookshelf into a home library. Two reinforced ribbon markers help you keep your place along the year and facilitate daily prayer.

I. The Season After Pentecost

    • Feast of the Most Holy Trinity
    • First Sunday After Pentecost Mercy Sunday
    • The Feast of Corpus Christi
    • Feast of the Most Sacred Heart
      • The Sacred Heart Mysticism of St. Bonaventure
    • Meditations Upon the Sunday Liturgy
    • Twelfth Sunday After Pentecost, Christ the Merciful Samaritan

II. Scripture Readings During Pentecost Season

    • The Prophet Samuel
    • Israel Fights the Philistines
    • Saul as King
    • David's Rise to Greatness
    • The Book of Proverbs
    • The Book of Wisdom

III. The Proper of the Saints

    • Nativity of St. John
      • The Feast
      • The Martyrology
    • Sts. Peter and Paul, Apostles
      • Peter's Name
    • Feast of the Most Precious Blood
    • St. Camillus de Lellis
      • Prayers for the Dying in the Liturgy
    • St. James, Apostle
      • St. Christopher
      • Reigning with Christ - Drinking the Chalice with Christ
    • St. Anne, Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary
      • The Model Christian
    • St. Martha, Virgin
      • The Call of Ringing Church Bells
    • St. Ignatius, Confessor
      • Two Types of Piety
    • The Transfiguration of Christ
    • St. Lawrence, Martyr
      • Pope St. Leo's Homily at Matins
    • St. Clare, Virgin
      • Holy Poverty
    • The Blessing of Produce from Field and Garden
    • What Does the Liturgy See in a Saint?
    • What Role Do the Apostles Have in the Liturgy?
    • St. Augustine, Bishop and Doctor of the Church
      • Augustine's Importance
      • The Confessions of St. Augustine

IV. The Commons of the Saints

    • Common of the Blessed Virgin Mary
    • The Common of Martyrs
    • The Common of Holy Women

Fr. Parsch invites you to enter more deeply into the practice of the Faith with The Church’s Year of Grace.  

About the Author:

Pius Parsch, born John Bruno Parsch (May 18, 1884 – March 11, 1954) was a priest of the Roman Catholic Church. Parsch was born in Neustift near Olmutz, Moravia, in what is now the Czech Republic. He was given the name Pius when he entered the community of Canons Regular in Klosterneuburg Abbey. He was a leading figure in the Liturgical Movement.

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