Rowman & Littlefield Publishers / Sheed & Ward
Trim: 6¼ x 9½
978-1-58051-141-4 • Hardback • November 2003 • $32.00 • (£25.00)
978-1-58051-221-3 • Paperback • August 2007 • $14.95 • (£11.99)
978-1-4616-3520-8 • eBook • August 2007 • $13.95 • (£10.99)
Chapter 1 Resurrection
Chapter 2 Intimations: Stories that Prepare Us for Resurrection
Chapter 3 Mark
Chapter 4 Matthew
Chapter 5 Luke
Chapter 6 John 20
Chapter 7 John 21
Chapter 8 Acts of the Apostles
Chapter 9 Baptism: The Sacrament of the Resurrection, Hymns, Prayers
Chapter 10 Resurrection Now
Here is Megan McKenna at her best—showing how the central mystery of the gospel meets the deepest desire of our hearts. The Resurrection is not just something we believe in. It is something we live.
— Robert Ellsberg, author of All Saints: Daily Reflections on Saints, Prophets, and Witnesses for Our Time
Into what a world we launch this book, like a frail ark in a mauling sea. Shall we proclaim Resurrection—even as creation is threatened with going under?Yes, "And morning came." Unequivocally and barely—birth, rebirth wins out over death. Thank you, Megan.
— Daniel Berrigan, author of Lamentations: From New York to Kabul and Beyond
McKenna sensitively unpacks the challenging and joyful promise at the heart of Christianity and lays out the ethical guidance it provides through its reminder of life through resurrection.
— Publishers Weekly