A narrative ‘treasure hunt’ for the implicit holiness of human things and a quest for a transformative encounter that turns consumption into consecration. Readers will explore the holy human connections of things such as apple seeds, a tatto, dish towels, a broken chalice, and extra-virgin cooking oil blessed by the pope.
Offers guidelines for revitalizing worship from the resources of women’s experience
A series of essays in honor of Howard G. Hageman that demonstrate the ‘vital inner rhythm of Word and Sacrament’ and an ecumenical multidisciplinary approach to the field. Among the contributors are historians, theologians, and liturgical scholars, including Horton Davies, Randall Balmer, Norman J. Kansfield, A. Casper Honders, Kenneth Rowe, and Robin Leaver. A well-chosen selection of special importance for theological libraries.