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Take your homilies further with this collection. The Lift Up Your Hearts collection, written by a team of experienced homiletics professors and well-known preachers, offers a homily for every Sunday and various feast days of the A, B, and C cycles. A great resource for preachers of any kind, these homilies also offer wisdom and insight. Each homily includes two sets of questions: one to provide suggestions to the preacher who wants to take the homily further, and another for personal or group discussion and reflection.
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This collection is part of the 13-volume Homilies Bundle.
James A. Wallace is director and rector at San Alfonso Retreat House in Long Branch, New Jersey. He was professor of homiletics at Washington Theological Union from 1986 to 2012, and at Mount Saint Alphonsus Theologate from 1973 to 1985. He has a PhD in philosophy from Northwestern University and an MDiv in theological and ministerial studies from Mount Saint Alphonsus Theologate. He is the author of The Ministry of Lectors.
Robert P. Waznak is professor of homiletics at the Washington Theological Union. He is a popular preacher, and also presents preaching workshops. He is the author of An Introduction to the Homily and Like Fresh Bread: Sunday Homilies in the Parish, and coeditor of New Theology Review.
Guerric DeBona OSB, is professor of homiletics at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology. He is a monk, priest, and novice junior master for Saint Meinrad Archabbey, and has also served as director of spiritual formation for the Seminary’s School of Theology. He holds an MDiv from Saint Meinrad School of Theology and a PhD from Indiana University. He is the author of Preaching Effectively, Revitalizing Your Church.