*** DEBUG END ***

Noticeboard: Year B companions

03 November 2017

FURTHER to last week’s Advent round-up and notice board, the following have now been received for the coming liturgical year (starting on Advent Sunday):

Betraying its Irish origin, for Sun­­days (including Corpus Christi) and five holy days according to the Gospel readings in the RC lection­ary (the Immaculate Con­ception, Epiphany, St Patrick, the Assump­tion, and All Saints): Gospel Reflections for Sundays of Year B (Mark), by Donal Neary SJ, keeps each reflection to a page, followed by a brief prayer, or sug­gestion for an act of prayer (Messenger Publications, £8.95 (£8.05); 978-1-910248-73-7). A missal or Bible is needed for the Gospels, as in, from the same publisher, Sacred Space: The prayer book 2018, by the Irish Jesuits, which makes provision for both Sundays and weekdays (£10.95 (£9.85); 978-1-910248-75-1).

Also from Messenger is another RC daily resource on the Gospel readings, omitting Sundays and the Triduum: Let the Word of Christ Dwell in You: Weekday reflections for liturgical years 2017-18, by Martin Hogan, a parish priest in Dublin, who started by putting his thoughts on social media. This is his second com­pilation. Each reflection is 200 to 300 words long (£12.95 (£11.65); 978-1-910248-78-2).

Church Times Bookshop

Save money on books reviewed or featured in the Church Times. To get your reader discount:

> Click on the “Church Times Bookshop” link at the end of the review.

> Call 0845 017 6965 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5pm).

The reader discount is valid for two months after the review publication date. E&OE

Forthcoming Events

6-7 September 2022
Preaching as Pilgrimage conference
From the College of Preachers.

27-28 September 2022
humbler church Bigger God conference
The HeartEdge Conference in Manchester includes the Theology Slam Live Final.

More events

The Church Times Archive

Read reports from issues stretching back to 1863, search for your parish or see if any of the clergy you know get a mention.

FREE for Church Times subscribers.

Explore the archive

Welcome to the Church Times

​To explore the Church Times website fully, please sign in or subscribe.

Non-subscribers can read four* articles for free each month. (You will need to register.)

*Until the end of June: we’re doubling the number of free articles to eight, to celebrate the publication of our Platinum Jubilee double issue.