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Paul Turner on Presiding Artfully at Mass
In his new book, Ars Celebrandi, Paul Turner writes that “a well-prepared and celebrated liturgy is the church’s best response to crisis.” He offers fresh principles for how a priest’s presiding style can help the faithful participate more actively in the Mass.
Conversation | March 18, 2021
Reflections on Online Sacraments
Both before and after the onset of COVID-19, Christian congregations around the world have been exploring the prospects and constraints involved in engaging the Lord's Supper/Eucharist and baptism online--inviting participation either through watching a celebration or participating as a communicant, prayer leader, baptismal sponsor, or in some other way.
Reflection | February 16, 2021
Table and Temple: The Christian Eucharist and Its Jewish Roots
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Book Excerpt | December 02, 2020
David L. Stubbs on the Multiplicity of Meanings of the Eucharist
In this episode, Western Theological Seminary professor David Stubbs talks about the multiplicity of meanings of the Eucharist and what it means to bring our whole selves to the Lord's table.
Audio | Podcast | November 03, 2020
Means of Grace: Forming New and Sustaining “Renewing” Congregations and Church Plants
In this seminar, veteran practitioners discussed how mission-shaped preaching and sacramental life function as means of grace in their communities. Audience engaged a discussion that sees evangelism and robust worship as beautifully integrated elements of every congregation’s ministry.
Audio | May 04, 2018