Divinization - Becoming Icons of Christ through the Liturgy - 2 Pieces Per Package

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Written as an accessible introduction to the often misunderstood Catholic teaching on divinization, this remarkable study examines the claim that God transforms the Christian people through the Church’s liturgy to share in his divine nature. Although the essays in this collection vary in both authorship and in focus, the work as a whole forms a coherent introduction to the way in which God makes the faithful in the pews partakers in his divine nature through the action of the liturgy. Featuring essays by David W. Fagerberg, Andrew D. Swafford, Daria Spezzano, Michael G. Sirilla, and Andrew Hofer, OP, this remarkable collection explores the Church’s teachings on divinization in relation to Scripture, liturgical theology, pastoral teaching, liturgical renewal, and evangelization.

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Book Details

  • Product Code: HDBIC 
  • ISBN: 9781595250414
  • Pages: 164 
  • Edited by Andrew Hofer, op
  • Size:  6 x 9
  • Binding: Paperback 
  • Language: English 
  • Copyright Year: 2015
  • 2 Pieces Per Package

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Established by the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1964, LTP promotes the liturgical formation of the faithful called for by the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy of the Second Vatican Council. Liturgy Training Publications is a premier publisher of liturgical and pastoral materials in English and Spanish. Dedicated to developing resources for the assembly, clergy, liturgical ministers, and all who study the liturgy, LTP produces books, videos, workshops, and other training materials so all the faithful may “become thoroughly imbued with the spirit and power of the liturgy” (SC, 14).