In this occasional series of posts, I recommend resources for you and your family in 100 words or less. More detailed reviews may come later.
Traditional teaching on prayer from a Catholic perspective. Contemporary author. Relevant examples. Easy to read. Why and how to pray. Answers common objections. Persuasive. Fits in a coat pocket, purse, or Christmas stocking. By Fr. Jacques Philippe. Might change your life. Need I say more?
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Share with us: Have you read Time for God? What was your impression? What is your favorite book about prayer?
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HI Connie~I hopped over from Suscipio. I love the name of your blog and was especially drawn to it since I am a Secular Carmelite.
LOVED this book and all his books! I could pick them up again and again.
I will be following for sure and can’t wait to read some of your past posts.
Welcome, Theresa. I am learning just how many Secular Carmelites are out there! I think Fr. Jacques Philippe is one of the best spiritual writers of our time–so clear, concise, and traditional, with an understanding of his 21st-Century audience. You hardly ever find this all in one author.
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