Out of The Ordinary
By Guest | | Church Life, Faith Formation | book review, Ordinary Time, Tish Harrison Warren
As you read each chapter, Liturgy of the Ordinary begins to reveal the intentionality we are called to in that identity, that vocation. We do this by applying the pattern of Christ to the messy fabric of our lives. Warren shows us how we can rip apart the torn seams to stitch them together anew, with care and Christ at the center of our personal liturgies.
By Guest | | Spiritual Growth | 2 Tim. 4:2, Anglicanism, Church Calendar, Col. 1:17, Dan. 9:20-23, Ordinary Time, Text
Ordinary Time refers to the days between the Feast of the Epiphany and Ash Wednesday, as well as the “ordinal" (numbered) weeks of Pentecost after Trinity Sunday.