Having been raised as a Quaker with a distinct lack of liturgical celebration, Sean Innerst shows how the liturgical year of the Church is a fulfillment of the Jewish “liturgical year.” Many Protestant denominations claim that the ritual celebrations (for example, Easter and Christmas) are a part of the Old Law that was laid aside with the coming of our Lord—they maintain that every day is a “day of grace,” equally blessed by God. However, Innerst shows that there is a distinct correlation between the Jewish and Catholic liturgical cycles, and why this rhythm of fast and feast is so important from a human perspective.

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