Palabra de Dios™ 2023: Lecturas dominicales y reflexiones espirituales

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Palabra de Dios™ guides you to a deeper understanding of the Sunday Scriptures, providing the readings for this liturgical year, insights from Pastoral leaders, and action steps to strength the Catholic identity in the world. The book also includes prayers and citations for weekday readings. Readers find a treasure of teachings of the Catholic Church to ignite their everyday with the spirit of the Word, as well as questions to share their own experience of faith.

On the cover, we appreciate the ascension of Christ to heaven in front of his disciples whom he has entrusted to be witnesses of the Good News throughout the world.

 

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
23
Section 3
35
Section 4
49
Section 5
69
Section 6
75
Section 7
95
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About the author

Sylvia Sanchez is a member of the advisory board of the Instituto Nacional Hispano de Liturgia. She is an editor, translator and writer by profession. She served as a multicultural specialist in the Office for Divine Worship of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. She presents workshops and conferences on Liturgy, RICA and evangelization.

Claudia Ávila Cosnahan is the Director of Evangelization at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, CA where she directs Adult Continued Formation, Sacramental Preparation and Leadership Formation. She serves as a frequent retreat leader, speaker and instructor. She is also a consultant for Commonweal Magazine. Claudia was born and raised in Fontana, California daughter to immigrant parents from Aguascalientes, Mexico. She has a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Education Studies from UCLA and a M.A. in Pastoral Theology from Loyola Marymount University.

Feliciano Tapia is an enthusiastic trainer of leaders and ministers for dioceses throughout the country. He has collaborated with the Institute of Latino Studies (ILS) of the University of Notre Dame, at Loyola Press and coordinated the Catholic Migrant Peasant Network (CMFN), in addition to the apostolate in the Sacred Heart Parish in Turlock, CA. where he lives with his family.

Miguel López is a priest of the diocesis of Apatzingan, Michoacán; he holds a degree in Social Sciences from the Gregorian University of Rome. He has served as rector of the Seminary and pastor of communities decimated by drug violence, Miguel is passionate about Christ, insatiable reader, poet and writer.

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