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Word and Worship: What Everyone Needs to Know about Sacramental Real Presence

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NTR Contents Creating Communities of Welcome Introduction 3 Michael Huggins A Parish-Based Free Health-Care Clinic: An Expression of Faith 5 Eileen D. Crowley Who Is Missing from Your Liturgies? 15 Min Seo Park Deaf Culture and Deaf Church: Considerations for Pastoral Ministry 26 Jonathan Y. Tan Ministry Meets Social Networking: Connecting with the Digital Natives 36 Julie McCarty ’Til Death Are We Made One: Marriage and the Kingdom of God 45 Antonio D. Sison, C.PP.S. The Prophetic-Liberating Schillebeeckx: Reclaiming a Western Voice for the Third World 57 volume 22 , number 4 • november 2009 2 c o n t e n t s SignS of the timeS Carmen Nanko-Fernández Bridging Church and State 69 Keeping Current Kim Lamberty A Tool Kit for Short-Term Mission 73 Word and WorShip Rodica Stoicoiu What Everyone Needs to Know about Sacramental Real Presence 77 BooK revieWS Ann M. Garrido. A Concise Guide to Supervising a Ministry Student. (Reviewed by Mark Schramm, S.V.D.) 81 Raúl Gómez-Ruiz. Mozarabs, Hispanics, and the Cross. (Reviewed by Barbara E. Reid, O.P.) 82 Christopher J. H. Wright. The God I Don’t Understand: Reflections on Tough Questions of Faith. (Reviewed by Robert Kisala, S.V.D.) 83 I. Howard Marshall. A Concise New Testament Theology. (Reviewed by vanThanh Nguyen, S.V.D.) 84 Erin Lothes Biviano. The Paradox of Christian Sacrifice: The Loss of Self, The Gift of Self. (Reviewed by Joseph F. Wimmer, O.S.A.) 85 Edwin Mullins. The Popes of Avignon: A Century in Exile. (Reviewed by James A. Coriden) 86 Index to Volume 22 88 i n t r o d u c t i o n 3 Introduction Words like “inclusion” and “access” can be disconcerting for some, in part because they might be taken to imply a disruption of normative understandings of particular communities. These terms highlight the fact that someone is missing or that some need is not being addressed, and—inevitably—this should call for a response that may indeed lead to systemic chang

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