by Jay Cormier
Jay Cormier’s helpful reflections will serve the needs of many who seek to open up the Gospel of Matthew – the homilist, the catechist, the RCIA team, or individual disciples looking for a companion on their day-to-day journey to Emmaus.  Cormier, editor Connections, follows the pericopes of both the Roman Catholic lectionary and the common lectionary used by many Protestant churches.

“Jay Cormier’s reflections . . . carefully relate the Gospel proclamation to contemporary culture in a warm and pastoral way that is helpful not only for Sunday preachers but also for those who seek to nourish their spiritual lives.”
— Rev. Kevin Seasoltz, O.S.B.
Editor, Worship Magazine

“Table Talk is a gift to individuals and parishes alike.  Grab a coffee and three friends after church and sit down with Jay Cormier’s essay for the week.  Or use it for a whole class.  Or to spark your sermon.  Or just pick it up when you have a minute to yourself, and get another take on the readings you heard last Sunday.”
— The Rev. Barbara Crafton
Episcopal priest and author of The Almost-Daily eMos from the Geranium Farm

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ALSO AVAILABLE from New City Press:
Table Talk:  Beginning the Conversation on the Gospel of Luke [YEAR C]
Table Talk:  Beginning the Conversation on the Gospel of Matthew [YEAR B]