Doers of the Word: Putting Your Faith Into Practice

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Whether you are surrounded by the peaceful tranquility of an empty chapel or the anxiety-driven mad dash of the New York City rush hour, God is always there.

He's there in the stillness. He's there in the chaos. Our call is to seek Him, find Him, and serve Him.

As Archbishop of New York, Timothy Dolan knows only too well the many faces of Christ. Known for his devotion, dedication, and sense of humor, Dolan uses Doers of the Word to share a ...

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Overview


Whether you are surrounded by the peaceful tranquility of an empty chapel or the anxiety-driven mad dash of the New York City rush hour, God is always there.

He's there in the stillness. He's there in the chaos. Our call is to seek Him, find Him, and serve Him.

As Archbishop of New York, Timothy Dolan knows only too well the many faces of Christ. Known for his devotion, dedication, and sense of humor, Dolan uses Doers of the Word to share a unique combination of simplicity, practicality, and guidance to give our faith a daily dose of meaning and application.

No matter our agenda for the day of the week, Dolan masterfully combines insightful commentary and personal stories with snippets of Church history, lives of the saints, and Catholic teaching to inspire holiness through the daily details of ordinary life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781592766390
  • Publisher: Our Sunday Visitor (IN)
  • Publication date: 9/2/2009
  • Pages: 125
  • Sales rank: 391,958
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author


Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan is the former rector of the North American College in Rome and author of numerous books including To Whom Shall We Go and the best-selling hardcover edition Priests for the Third Millennium (Our Sunday Visitor). St. Peter's question, "To whom shall we go?" (John 6?68), is his episcopal motto.
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