Sermons de l'Avent et de Noël

Les Editions Blanche de Peuterey

Saint Bernard de Clairvaux nous propose un ensemble de sermons et homélies sur le temps de Noël, depuis l’Avent jusqu’à l’Epiphanie. 32 textes, parmi lesquels les 4 sermons sur l’Annonciation, connus sous le nom de « Missus est Angelus » : c’est dans l’un d’entre eux que saint Bernard encourage les chrétiens dans la difficulté à se tourner vers Marie : « Regarde l’étoile, regarde Marie »

On est surpris par la profonde connaissance des textes bibliques de l’auteur, qu’il cite abondamment ; on est également heureux de découvrir un pasteur qui accompagne ses fidèles, loin de l’image de personnage un peu rude que l’on a parfois pour celui qui a prêché la première croisade.

Des sermons et homélies qui nous aident à vivre ce temps de Noël et à en approfondir le mystère.

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Nov 21, 2014
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