Living with the Liturgical Year
Number of pages: 32
Living With the Liturgical Year asks and answers such questions as: What does it mean to live with the Liturgical Year? Why are stories and seasons so important? How is the Liturgical Year structured?
The Living with… series is designed to strengthen spiritual practice in the daily life of busy contemporary Catholics. By offering moments for prayer and meditation, along with nuggets of valuable information, each booklet answers the many questions thoughtful Catholics have about living a faith-filled life in today’s relentlessly secular world.
A practical, accessible and comprehensive series covering Catholic traditions and their role in finding grace in everyday life.
Josephine Lombardi, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Pastoral and Systematic Theology and Director of Lay Formation for St Augustine's Seminary in Scarborough, Ontario. A frequent speaker at religious education conferences in Canada and the United States, Lombardi also serves as an advisor to the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. She is the author of several Novalis titles, including Living with the Rosary (2013), Stations of the Cross for Young Catholics (2012), On Earth as it is in Heaven (2011), Disciples of All Nations (2014) and Experts in Humanity: A Journey of Self-Discovery and Healing (2016).