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Flashback Friday: Mission and the Daily Office

While combing through our archives, I came across this pair of essays from bygone days by Tony Hunt. They touch upon matters near and dear to my heart: the intersection of worship and mission, and especially the daily office. I often tell my (mostly Catholic) pastoral ministry students that the Liturgy of the Hours holds the key for revitalized laity and a vision of liturgy that moves us beyond clericalism. May it be so.

Mission & the Daily Office I

Mission & the Daily Office II


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