Be prepared for the new Liturgical Year ahead with the Living Liturgy™ family of resources. These bestselling annuals offer liturgical and spiritual formation for the whole parish! Living Liturgy™ integrates daily living, prayer, and study in easy-to-use resources that offer practical, sound, and inspiring preparation for your parish ministry.
This easy-to-use pastoral resource provides spiritual nourishment for extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion. Rooted in the Sunday gospels, this indispensable aid invites reverent and prayerful preparation for liturgical ministry. Living Liturgy™ for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion highlights the connections between the Word, Eucharist, and living in service of others. Ministers will find this resource to be formative for their own personal reflection and a helpful tool for facilitating prayer with people who are sick and homebound.
Living Liturgy™ for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion begins with the First Sunday of Advent 2022 and includes the following:
- Gospel readings for each Sunday and other significant liturgical celebrations
- Prompts for personal reflections and prayer
- A separate insert card with the Rite for Administration of Communion to the Sick by an Extraordinary Minister
- Inscription page for the minister’s name, ideal for commissioning ministers of the Eucharist
- Ministry prayers that correspond with the Music Ministers and Lectors editions of Living Liturgy, promoting unity among all liturgical ministers
|Dimensions:||5.25" x 8½"|
|1-2 copies||$14.91 each|
|3-9 copies||$14.23 each|
|10-49 copies||$13.56 each|
|50-99 copies||$13.22 each|
|100+ copies||$12.71 each|
Jessie Bazan helps Christians explore their life callings in her work with the Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research. She is editor and coauthor of Dear Joan Chittister: Conversations with Women in the Church (Twenty-Third Publications) and a regular columnist for U.S. Catholic magazine. Her work has also appeared in the National Catholic Reporter and on Catholic Women Preach. She holds a master of divinity from Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary.
Verna Holyhead, SGS (1933-2011), Australian Sister of the Good Samaritan of the Order of St. Benedict, wrote with an emphasis on biblical scholarship, liturgical insight, and pastoral challenge. She was the author of the three-volume collection; Welcoming the Word in Year A, B, and C, published by Liturgical Press.
Orin E. Johnson has been director of music ministries at Sts. Joachim and Ann Parish in St. Charles, Missouri, since 2012. There, he directs a children’s choir, a contemporary ensemble, a funeral choir, and a team of cantors, and supervises two other choirs and liturgical ministries at a K–8 parochial school. He was also coordinator of music and liturgy at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows in Belleville, Illinois, from 1998 to 2012. He resides in St. Louis, Missouri, with his wife, Erin.
John T. Kyler serves as general editor for the parish market at Liturgical Press in Collegeville, Minnesota. In addition to having experience working in parish faith formation and high school and collegiate campus ministry, John is an active liturgical musician, composer, author, and speaker, focusing on the intersection of liturgy, justice, and healthy vulnerability in pastoral ministry. An instructor in the Emmaus Institute for Ministry Formation, John holds a master of education from the University of Notre Dame and a master of theological studies from Saint John’s University.
Jessica Mannen Kimmet is a freelance writer and liturgical musician. Formerly a full-time college campus minister, she now spends her days overseeing a domestic church and the growth of her three young sons. Originally from Oregon, she has spent most of her adult life in the Midwest, with the exception of two years of ministry in Wexford, Ireland. She holds a BA in theology and music theory and a master of divinity, both from the University of Notre Dame.
Victoria (Vickey) McBride is the director of campus ministry at Saint Martin de Porres High School (Cristo Rey) in Cleveland, Ohio. Prior to working at Saint Martin, she lived and worked in Brownsville, Texas, as a teacher in the Alliance for Catholic Education, earning her master of education degree from the University of Notre Dame. She contributed to Five Minutes with the Saints: More Spiritual Nourishment for Busy Teachers, a book of meditations published by Ave Maria Press in 2014. She serves as a music minister for her parish, Saint Patrick Parish, and as director of the Saint Martin de Porres Gospel Choir.
Father Ruberval Monteiro da Silva, a Benedictine monk, was born in Rolândia in the South of Brazil. He began praying with art during his novitiate year of religious formation and later earned a doctorate in theology and Christian iconography. Fr. Monteiro da Silva has created works in churches and chapels throughout Europe and teaches liturgy and arts at the Pontifical Liturgy Institute of Rome.