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by James DiGiacomo

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James DiGiacomo
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James DiGiacomo, SJ, is a member of the Society of Jesus and lives at America House in New York City.

James DiGiacomo, SJ, is a member of the Society of Jesus and lives at America House in New York City. Paperback: 105 pages. Publisher: Paulist Pr (September 1, 2006).

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The inspiring reflections in Sundays with Jesus are the next-best thing to having Jesus as your Sunday dinner guest. A question following each reflection will challenge or inspire you to connect the word of the Lord for that week with your daily life. James DiGiacomo, SJ, is a member of the Society of Jesus and lives at America House in New York City.

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Sundays With Jesus: Reflections for the Year of Mark, by America House’s own James DiGiacomo, . Paulist Press), is a superb resource for homilists. Last week’s issue of America on the coming Synod of Bishops focused on Scripture and mission-being doers of the Word and not hearers only. The book appeared late last year, but I learned about it only this past spring, by which time it had soared to the top of bestseller lists. Published by Windblown Media in paperback, it is the story of a young girl abducted from a campsite where she was spending a weekend with her father, siblings and other families.

Sundays with Jesus: Reflections for the Year of Matthew . 3 vols. Day by Ordinary Day with Luke: Daily Reflections for Ordinary Time: Weeks 22-34. New York: Alba House, 1997. New York: Paulist Press, 2006–2008. Hearing the Word of God: Reflections on the Sunday Readings. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2002–2004. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2010.

Who is Jesus Christ? How can we really know him? . His first two books focused on the Gospels of Matthew and Mark, and this book covers Luke

Who is Jesus Christ? How can we really know him? People have been asking that important question for 2,000 years. His first two books focused on the Gospels of Matthew and Mark, and this book covers Luke. Sunday after Sunday, he uses the Church's Year C, mainly readings from Luke to explain the beauty of the Gospel in clear and understandable words. The Cardinal shows how many of the most famous and important events in Christ's life, and some of his greatest parables, are only related in the Gospel of Luke.

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Accessible, popular reflections for the Sundays of the year and the major feasts and holy days.