Local lectionary sites

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Abstract

This chapter engages the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL) through my eyes and musings as a native of Oceania, and calls for a supplementing Commoners' Lectionary which privileges the struggles of commoners in societies throughout. This supplementing lectionary would be inviting and open-ended, with several options, and engaging, with opportunities for worshippers to wade into the currents of welcome, lamentation and resistance. It would also embrace local texts, like the poem by Konai Helu-Thaman and the artwork by Emmanuel Garibay with which this chapter closes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChristian Worship in Australia
Subtitle of host publicationInculturating the Liturgical Tradition
EditorsStephen Burns, Anita Monro
Place of PublicationStrathfield, NSW
PublisherSt Pauls Publications
Pages117-128
Number of pages12
Edition8
ISBN (Print)9781921472107
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Havea, J. (2009). Local lectionary sites. In S. Burns, & A. Monro (Eds.), Christian Worship in Australia: Inculturating the Liturgical Tradition (8 ed., pp. 117-128). Strathfield, NSW: St Pauls Publications.
Havea, Jione. / Local lectionary sites. Christian Worship in Australia: Inculturating the Liturgical Tradition. editor / Stephen Burns ; Anita Monro. 8. ed. Strathfield, NSW : St Pauls Publications, 2009. pp. 117-128
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Christian Worship in Australia: Inculturating the Liturgical Tradition. ed. / Stephen Burns; Anita Monro. 8. ed. Strathfield, NSW : St Pauls Publications, 2009. p. 117-128.

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