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The Spirituality of the Psalms

The Spirituality of the Psalms

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The psalms offer a harmony to life and a rhythm that keeps us peacefully in tune with the intense fervor of life. In The Spirituality of the Psalms, Carroll Stuhlmueller, CP, looks at the structure of the psalms to explain how they can have bearing in our lives today. He describes how we can apply the psalms to our spiritual lives and integrate the psalms in the Church's prayer life and ministry.

The Spirituality of the Psalms is the last work of Stuhlmueller which was uncompleted upon his death in 1994. He had completed a first draft of all but two chapters, 12 and 13, which Timothy Lenchak, SVD, added from Stuhlmueller's commentary Psalms 1 and 2. The completed text was then edited, revised, and updated by Carol Dempsey, OP, who did so with care so as not to lose Stuhlmueller's voice and hand in the text.

Chapters are Chapter One: The Psalms within the Bible and Christian Community, Chapter Two: Methods for Studying and Praying the Psalms, Chapter Three: Hymns of Praise, Chapter Four: Hymns of Praise, Chapter Five: Celebrating the Lord as King and Creator, Chapter Six: The Royal Dynasty of David, Chapter Seven: Community Laments, Chapter Eight: Individual Laments, Chapter Nine: Psalms for Sickness and Dying, Chapter Ten: Cursing and Reconciliation, Chapter Eleven: Psalms for Reconciliation, Chapter Twelve: Wisdom Psalms, Chapter Thirteen: Thanksgiving Psalms, and Questions for Reflection.

Carroll Stuhlmueller, CP, was professor of Old Testament at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, a widely published author on biblical scholarship, and a mentor to a generation of biblical scholars. His association with The Liturgical Press included being editor of The Bible Today, the author of Amos, Hosea, Micah, Nahum, Zephaniah, Habbakkuk of The Collegeville Bible Commentary, and Psalms 1 and 2, of the Message of Biblical Theology series, and founding editor of The Collegeville Pastoral Dictionary of Biblical Theology.

Carol J. Dempsey, OP, PhD, teaches Old Testament at the University of Portland.

Author: Carroll Stuhlmueller
Publisher: Liturgical Press
Published: 01/01/2002
Pages: 216
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.78lbs
Size: 9.02h x 6.04w x 0.55d
ISBN: 9780814625996

Review Citation(s):
Commonweal 01/17/2003 pg. 27

About the Author
Dempsey, Carol J.: - Carol J. Dempsey, OP is professor of biblical studies at the University of Portland, Oregon, with special expertise in Old Testament and prophets. She holds a PhD in biblical studies from The Catholic University of America, and has authored several books including Jeremiah: Preacher of Grace, Poet of Truth (Liturgical Press, 2007) and Reading the Bible, Transforming Conflict.Senior, Donald P.: - Donald Senior, CP, is professor of New Testament at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. He served for twenty-three years as president of CTU and is now its chancellor. He is a frequent lecturer and speaker throughout the United States and abroad and serves on a variety of boards and commissions, including the Pontifical Biblical Commission. He has published extensively on biblical topics, with numerous books and articles for both scholarly and popular audiences.

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