Food reveals much about our Christian story of salvation. In Stations of the Banquet, Cathy Campbell focuses on a little-explored dimension of our faith - the story of salvation as a food narrative. She provides guidance for individuals and parishes engaged in living out the food and justice challenges of the Gospel.Similar in function to the traditional Stations of the Cross, each of the fourteen stations of the banquet" considers a dimension of the Christian story of salvation and includes litanies for community prayer. Stations of the Banquet is an invitation to become refreshed, nourished, and challenged at the feet of the one who came as the Bread of Life and invites us all to the fullness of the Banquet.Chapters are *Prologue - Song of the Universe, - *In the Beginning . . . Food, - *Hear the 'Cries of My People,' - *'I Am the Bread of Life,'- *Tale Etiquette 1: Love - 'I Was Hungry and You Gave Me Bread,'- *Tale Etiquette 2: Hospitality - 'Invite Everyone to the Banquet,'- *Tale Etiquette 3:Economics - 'Where Your Treasure Is,'- *'It Is Impossible,'- *'My Cup Overflows,'- *'Let Justice Roll Down Like Water,'- *'Abide in Me as I in You,'- *The Banquet, - *'Your Kingdom Come,'- *End Note - Eighth Day of Creation, - *The 'stations' As Communal Prayer, - and *Community Food Security. -Cathy C.Campbell, PhD, is an Anglican priest serving in the Diocese of Rupert's Land, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. She has a keen interest in exploring ways for individuals and parishes to live out the food and justice dimensions of the Gospel.