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The History of the Kingdom of God, Part 2: Liturgy and the Building of the Kingdom

The History of the Kingdom of God, Part 2: Liturgy and the Building of the Kingdom

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By Sofia Cavalletti, Translated by Rebekah Rojcewicz

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The History of the Kingdom of God, Part 2: Liturgy and the Building of the Kingdom is Sofia Cavalletti’s revision to her earlier book, Living Liturgy.  Together with Part 1: From Creation to Parousia, these books offer the reader insight into Scripture and Liturgy as the means to understand God’s plan of salvation history, from the creation of the world, through redemption of the life, death, and Resurrection of Jesus, to its culmination in the Parousia when God will be all in all.

Sofia Cavalletti’s primary concern in this book is to assist adults who are working with the religious formation of children to enter more deeply into the essential aspects of the liturgy.  As Rebekah Rojcewicz writes in the introduction, The second volume…considers specifically the present phase of history, in which God’s plan is always in action, that is, it is continuing to unfold and every man, every woman, and every child is invited to participate and collaborate in this history. inch  Her understanding of liturgy of transformative prayer brings about God’s kingdom on earth as it is in heaven makes this work of interest to all who love liturgy and for whom liturgy is central to their Christian life.

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