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  • Rediscovering Prayer

    Pierre Guilbert
    This book has no other ambition than to pass on an experience, that is to say, it is the telling of a story, a road that has actually been travelled: the road of prayer.    
  • Muto has collected brief sayings by classical and contemporary spiritual writers whose words are keepsakes by anyone’s standards. As Saint Augustine of Hippo once said, ‘Feed your soul in divine readings; they will prepare for you a spiritual feast.’
  • Pathways to God

    Robert F. Morneau
    Baptism summons each Christian to a virtuous life. In this book, Robert F. Morneau helps readers to answer that call more completely by reflecting on the three great theological virtues. He has collected a month’s worth of daily reflections on faith, hope, and charity. Each week opens with a song or hymn that invites readers to proclaim their faith, followed by passages for meditation from a variety of poets, novelists, philosophers, and theologians. Each day’s entry concludes with a question and short prayer.
  • Fasting

    Dag Tessore
    This carefully researched book traces the history of fasting and abstinence in the Christian tradition, examining it from every point of view. It is both a story of discovery and a meditation full of information.
  • A Season of Rebirth

    Marc Foley
    The reflections contained here invite us to ponder our lives and to open our listening hearts to the voice of God, so that our Lent can truly be a Lent in its deepest sense – a spring that buds forth new life.
  • In this moving collection of writings from John Paul II’s final year in this world, he calls us to build a more open society which recognises human rights, to listen to our neighbour’s cry for help, to build bridges and to share in one another’s gifts.


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