El ministerio de los Lectores

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Al darle énfasis a la preparación espiritual y vocal, El ministerio de los lectores ayudará a los lectores con experiencia al igual que a los principiantes en el ministerio de proclamar la palabra de Dios.  El Padre Wallace ofrece varios modos de cómo entender la obra del lector (trabajo, servicio, vocación) y reflexiona sobre el misterio de Dios quien habla con—y a través—de nosotros en la Palabra.  Incluye ideas sobre cómo continuar desarrollando nuestras habilidades, al igual que una guía para poder atender a las necesidades del texto, de los oyentes, y el espacio litúrgico.

James A. Wallace, CSsR, PhD, es profesor de homilética en Washington Theological Union y co-editor de New Theology Review. Sus previas obras incluyen Preaching through the Saints, Preaching to the Hungers of the Heart, y The Ministry of Lectors publicados por Liturgical Press.

Emphasizing both spiritual and speaking preparation, this book will help experienced and beginning lectors in the ministry of proclaiming the word of God. Wallace offers insight to various understandings of the lector's work (job, ministry, vocation), and reflects on the mystery of God who speaks to-and through-us in the Word. Includes ideas for ongoing technique development, as well as a guide to meeting the needs of the text, listeners, and liturgical setting.

Divided into three parts, this work begins with Part One, The Lector—What's in a Name? Sections in Part Two, God's Word Spoken to Us are: "The Word of the Lord," The Word of God and the Bible, The Word of God and the Liturgy, The Word of God and the Lectionary, and The Word of God and the Lector. Sections in Part Three, God's Word Spoken Through Us are Spiritual Preparation, Speaking Preparation (includes The Requirements of the Text, The Requirements of the Listeners, The Requirements of the Setting), From Skill to Art: Three Suggestions. Concludes with a Final Word.

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