This small volume captures the dilemma of those who are trying to celebrate the coming of the Christ Child while suffering the recent loss of a loved one. Mrs. Moore's reflections, based on Scripture and readings from the Liturgy of the Hours, will resonate powerfully with all those who mourn. While not representing a joyous journey, her words offer hope and comfort at a time of deeply mixed emotions.
From the author’s Introduction: “Just about every day we need to remind ourselves of the depth of God's love for us, so each of the reflections in this book serves as a (...)
According to the author, "The goal of discernment is to find God, and in finding God, to know God's will." Knowing the unknowable, or the hidden answer, has little to do with disce (...)
"The Spiritual Spa requires surrender of an interior kind. Such surrender releases the power we possess (whether we are conscious of it or not) to step into the refreshing pool of (...)
Veteran high school teacher, pastoral consultant, author, and speaker on interpersonal leadership skills, Father Joe Lynch presents the theological and sociological framework of Ca (...)