Crowning the Year: Autumn in Christian Tradition

Author: Martin Dudley

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In the midst of the sometimes glorious but often dull days of autumn, Dudley invites us to reflect on the inspiring theme of “Gowning the Year. Although was normally considered to be a liturgical season, the months of September, October, and November do have a degree of unity in religious and secular terms. Making extensive use of historic and contemporary liturgy, the author draws us into a deeper appreciation of autumn’s riches, exploring the ideas of times and seasons, angels. All Saints’ Day and the different kinds of saints, the glorious company of the apostles and the kingship of Christ over all things. This book is the lose in a senses by Dudley that comers the whole church year. They are “Ashes in Glory. A Herald Voice and “Risen, Ascended, Glorified.

SPCK, 2004. Softcover, 118 pp.

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Weight 0.15 kg