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Scanning the Signs of the Times (HARDBACK)
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Thomas F O’Meara, OP, is the William K Warren Professor of Theology Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame. He is the author of many books.

Paul Philibert, OP, is Promoter of Permanent Formation for the Southern Dominican Province in the USA. He is a retired professor of pastoral theology. Jean-Pierre Jossua, OP, is the biographer of Yves Congar and a highly celebrated author of books touching theology and culture. He lives in Paris. Learn More

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Dominicans and Human Rights: Past, Present, Future (PAPERBACK)
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Edited by Mike Deeb OP and Celestina Veloso Freitas OP

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The Promise of Renewal (PAPERBACK)
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Michael Attridge is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Theology, University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto Canada. His areas of teaching and research in- clude Christology, Ecclesiology, 19th and 20th century theologians and movements, and the Second Vatican Council, especially as it relates to Canada.


Darren Dias, O.P., Associate Professor, Faculty of Theology, University of St Michael’s College. His areas of research and teaching are Trinitarian theology, religious diversity and inter-religious dialogue. He is a Director of the Dominican Institute of Toronto.


Matthew Eaton is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at St. John’s University, Queens, NY and Sacred Heart University, Fair eld, CT. His areas of teaching and research include Ecotheology, Science and Religion and Christian Ethics.


Nicholas Olkovich is Assistant Professor and Director of Field Education and Pastoral Formation in the Faculty of Theology, University of St. Michael’s College. His areas of teaching and research include Theology of Ministry, Theological Foundations, and Political Theology.

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Restoring the Right Relationship (PAPERBACK)
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Mark A O'Brien OP studied at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and The University of Divinity. He is currently Associate Professor of Biblical Studies in the University of Divinity. His publications include The Deuteronomistic History Hypothesis: A Reassessment (OBO 92; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1989), and (co-authored with Antony F Campbell) Sources of the Pentateuch: Texts, Introductions, Annotations (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993), Unfolding the Deuteronomistic History: Origins, Upgrades, Present Text (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2000), and Rethinking the Pentateuch: Prolegomena to the Theology of Ancient Israel (Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2005). Learn More

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From North to South (PAPERBACK)
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Helen is a member of the New Zealand Dominican Sisters. She gained her doctoral degree in theology (STD) from the Catholic University of America in Washington DC. Helen teaches systematic theology in the School of Theology at The University of Auckland. Learn More

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The ABC of Sunday Matters (PAPERBACK)
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This book provides reflections on the Sunday Bible readings in the Roman Catholic Lectionary for Years A, B, and C of the liturgical cycle. They previously appeared in separate volumes of Sunday Matters published by ATF Theology in the Dominican Series. They have now been combined in this single volume, colour coded for easier use, and with a revised general introduction and introduction to the Gospel of Matthew. Like the previous volumes, this one is intended to assist those preparing homilies and those with a desire to understand a little more deeply the readings used in the Sunday liturgy.

'How can we listen to ancient wisdom and make this part of our own story as we try to live deeply spiritual lives in the midst of a busy twenty-first century culture? Mark O'Brien's reflections on the Sunday readings can help us hear and understand how these words nourished the Jewish people and the early Christians in their time, and how they have the potential to nourish us today. He brings to these reflections years of scholarship and, equally important, years of his own faith-filled pondering of these texts and wrestling with the God who constantly catches us by surprise. O'Brien takes the risk of sharing the questions
the Scriptures put to him, and this invites us into our own dialogue with these rich, challenging and often puzzling texts. These reflections will be a great help or anyone wanting to reflect on the Word of Scripture either for personal use or for assistance in preparing a homily.'
Mary Coloe PBVM
Yarra Theological Union, a member college of the MCD University of Divinity,
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Scanning the Signs of the Times (PAPERBACK)
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Thomas F O’Meara, OP, is the William K Warren Professor of Theology Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame. He is the author of many books.

Paul Philibert, OP, is Promoter of Permanent Formation for the Southern Dominican Province in the USA. He is a retired professor of pastoral theology. Jean-Pierre Jossua, OP, is the biographer of Yves Congar and a highly celebrated author of books touching theology and culture. He lives in Paris.Congar and a highly celebrated author of books touching theology and culture. He lives in Paris.

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Sunday Matters Year C (PAPERBACK)
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Mark O’Brien OP is a member of the Australian Province of the Dominican Order, also known as the Order of Preachers (OP). He entered the Order in 1967 and studied theology in Dominican houses of study in Canberra and Dublin. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1973 and completed post-graduate studies at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome, in 1976. He taught Old Testament studies at Yarra Theological Union, Melbourne, from 1977 and completed a doctorate in Theology at the Melbourne College of Divinity in 1987, now the MCD University of Divinity. He is the author of The Deuteronomic History Hypothesis: A Reassessment and has co-authored several books on the Old Testament with Antony F Campbell SJ. He is currently Dean of Studies for his Province and lectures in Old Testament studies at Catholic Theological College and Yarra Theological Union, both colleges of the MCD University of Divinity. Learn More

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Sunday Matters: Reflections on the Lectionary Readings for Year B (PAPERBACK)
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Mark O’Brien OP is a member of the Australian province of the Dominican order, also known as the Order of Preachers (OP). He joined the Order in 1967 and studied theology in Dominican houses of study in Canberra and Dublin. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1973 and completed post-graduate studies at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome, in 1976. He taught Old Testament studies at Yarra Theological Union, Melbourne, from 1977 and completed a doctorate in Theology at the Melbourne College of Divinity in 1987. He is the author of The Deuteronomistic History Hypothesis: A Reassessment and has co-authored several books on the Old Testament with Antony F Campbell SJ. He was Provincial of the Australian Province of the Dominican Order from 1993 to 2000. He is currently Prior of St Dominic’s Priory in Melbourne and lectures in Old Testament studies in the Melbourne College of Divinity. He has also taught at Blackfriars, Oxford and at the National Catholic Institute of Theology in Karachi, Pakistan.
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Sunday Matters: Reflections on the Lectionary Readings for Year A (PAPERBACK)
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This book contains reflections on the Sunday Bible Readings for Year A in the Roman Catholic Lectionary. They are intended to assist those preparing homilies or talks on the readings, as well as others whose curiosity and questions have been aroused by these readings. Reflections on Year B and Year C in the the liturgical cycle will appear in subsequent volumes. Learn More

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