The Privileged Language of Prayer and Catechesis: To "Show Who Jesus Christ Is"
Haas, David, Pastoral Music
The Gospel courageously celebrates and boldly proclaims that Jesus Christ is alive. This living presence is more than just a memory for those who follow his teaching: It is Christ himself, alive. This Jesus who walked the earth-the one who taught, performed miracles, and prophetically proclaimed the reign of God-was raised from the dead after a cruel execution and transformed by the power of the Spirit. But the story does not end there. The Spirit of Jesus breathes and dwells among all who would believe and surrender their lives in discipleship, affirming the awesome truth that Jesus lives and moves beyond a single time in history. We are called to be vessels of the Risen One, to become …
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Publication information: Article title: The Privileged Language of Prayer and Catechesis: To "Show Who Jesus Christ Is". Contributors: Haas, David - Author. Magazine title: Pastoral Music. Volume: 33. Issue: 4 Publication date: April 2009. Page number: 32+. © National Association of Pastoral Musicians Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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