Bread for the Journey is a book with short spiritual reﬂections for each day of the year. In a succinct and penetrating way Henri Nouwen speaks not only about the main themes of life, such as love and work, solitude and community, but also about the main themes of faith, such as Jesus and the sacraments, the Church and the Communion of Saints, prayer and service. In a personal and engaging way Henri Nouwen invites us to journey with him and encourages us to develop a life-giving spirituality for ourselves.
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The Abbess of Andalusia
Flannery O'Connor has been studied and lauded under many labels: the Southern author whose pen captured the soul of a proud region struggling to emerge out of racism and poverty, the female writer whose independent spirit and tragically short life inspired a generation of women, the catholic artist whose fiction evokes themes of sin and damnation, mercy and redemption
Letters of Fire
The poet T.S. Eliot wrote in Four Quartets, "The communication of the dead is tongued with fire beyond the language of the living." With this collection of letters addressed to literary characters, saints, and historical figures who have long since exited the stage of time and space, Father Esposito initiates a series of conversations spanning the chasm of death and oblivion.
Praying The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius
every praying of the spiritual exercise of st. Ignatius involves an intensely personal encounter between the individual and God. as such the exercise encourages silent listening to the still, small voice of God within offering personal guidance and encouragement on the road to transformation in Christ. read this book and get refilled
imitation of Christ
in an ever-changing world, what does it mean to truly follow? for more than five centuries, Christians have found in the imitation of Christ a practical and yet profound answer. the answers you seek may lie there it, buy and read