Celebrating One World is an inspiring new collection of liturgy, prayers, poems and songs from all over the world, grouped into major themes of justice, peace, the environment, the community, the family and celebration.
The book is designed to bring a global perspective into our worship, and to remind us that action is essential if the church is to have an impact on the world.
The material consists of an introductory section on planning worship around a theme before themed sections with new material, and is suitable for use in both formal and informal settings.
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It is not enough to conquer hunger or to put an end to poverty. Our goal must be to build a world- a world developed to the full, so much so that all men and women no matter what their race or creed can live a truly human life.
POPE PAUL VI
'Celebrating One World' is an inspiring, challenging and often moving collection of prayers, reflections, poems and songs from all over the world. Some of the finest contemporary spiritual writing is included, much of it gathered together and published in English for the first time. It brings a global perspective to prayer and worship, and is a reminder that taking action to change unjust structures and lifestyles is an integral part of the life of the Christian.
With an introductory section on how to plan and use the material in both formal and informal settings, 'Celebrating One World' will be an invaluable resource book for both churches and schools,About the Author:
Linda Jones, the editor of this book, is on the education team of Cafod and has written extensively on international issues.
CAFOD is one of the largest Christian international development agencies in Britain. The official overseas aid charity for the English Catholic Church, it has a much wider network of supporters across the country and beyond. As well as co-ordinating specific aid projects, Cafod has long standing expertise in producing resourse, liturgy and education material for schools and churches.
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Book Description Fount, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0005993768