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Author(s): Daniel McCarthy, James Leachman
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Come Into the Light is an illustrated handbook for understanding the architecture of a church and the arrangement of its interior for the celebration of the liturgy. It offers great practical wisdom to all Christian communities as they reflect on their liturgy and on the buildings in which God is made present daily in ritual and symbol.
This book aims to build an understanding of the constituent features of church buildings, the role they have in worship and the spirit with which they are imbued, so that all who enter today's sacred spaces may find the authentic presence of the living God.
Those who read, preach, preside or in any way take part in worship will find great practical inspiration here. This volume includes articles that have appeared over the last five years in the regular Parish Practice feature in 'The Tablet' magazine.
Daniel McCarthy OSB is a Benedictine monk based in Kansas, and holds a doctorate in Sacred Liturgy. James Leachman OSB is a monk of Ealing Abbey, London, and is an associate professor at the Pontifical Liturgical Institute in Rome.
I have only just received the book and have had a quick browse. however, I have read both authors in the Tablet and elsewhere. good scholarship, readable, excellent resource for training and development.