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Celebrating the Saints

Daily Spiritual Readings for the Calendars of the Church of England, the Church of Ireland, the Scottish Episcopal Church and the Church in Wales


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ISBN-13: 9781853115653
Published: 01/01/2004
Product description
This enlarged and expanded edition of Celebrating the Saints offers a rich collection of daily spiritual readings for the Feasts and Festival of the Church year - according to the calendars of the Church of England, the Church of Ireland, the Scottish Episcopal Church and the Church in Wales. For each day, it offers a reading written by or about the figure celebrated, taken from a wide range of sources from the first to the twenty-first centuries. The readings reflect a spirituality that is distinctively Anglican in its breadth and depth, with contributions from writers as diverse as St Ephrem of Syria, Benedict, Anselm, Margery Kempe, George Herbert, R S Thomas, and Rowan Williams. Now with larger page size and a clearer layout, this treasure trove of Anglican spirituality is idea for daily reading in churches, religious communities and homes.
Author Information

Robert Atwell

Robert Atwell is the Bishop of Stockport. He is the compiler of Celebrating the Saints, Celebrating the Seasons, and three anthologies of readings for special occasions: Gift, Love and Remember. His other books include Spiritual Classics from the Early Church, The Contented Life and The Good Worship Guide: Leading liturgy well. He is a co-author of the Pilgrim course.