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Living Faith - Daily Catholic Devotions, Volume 28 Number 1 - 2012 April, May, June
     

Living Faith - Daily Catholic Devotions, Volume 28 Number 1 - 2012 April, May, June

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by Mark Neilsen
 
LIVING FAITH: Daily Catholic Devotions is a quarterly booklet of daily reflections on one of the Scripture readings from the day's Mass. Some reflections are taken from published works by people like Fr. Henri J.M. Nouwen, Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa. Other reflections are written by regular contributors, including Sr. Joyce Rupp, Amy Welborn and Mitch Finley.

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LIVING FAITH: Daily Catholic Devotions is a quarterly booklet of daily reflections on one of the Scripture readings from the day's Mass. Some reflections are taken from published works by people like Fr. Henri J.M. Nouwen, Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa. Other reflections are written by regular contributors, including Sr. Joyce Rupp, Amy Welborn and Mitch Finley. Whether lay, clergy or religious, LIVING FAITH writers provide a variety of perspectives and insights. Each devotion is a personal reflection, and readers pray and meditate along with the seasons of the Church Year.

Timely, inexpensive and easy to use, LIVING FAITH has become a cherished part of the daily prayer life of hundreds of thousands of Catholics in U.S., Canada and among English-speakers worldwide.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013900400
Publisher:
Creative Communications for the Parish
Publication date:
03/07/2012
Series:
Living Faith , #28
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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Living Faith - Daily Catholic Devotions, Volume 28 Number 1 - 2012 April, May, June 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love being able to have the daily readings along with my breakfast. The reflectons are short and to the point. Giving me words to ponder the rest of the day.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful devotional
PaulFranz More than 1 year ago
I use it everyday as a way to start the morning. I use one of the morning prayers and reading the daily reflection. It is a great book to start your day.
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LikestoRead46 More than 1 year ago
The daily readings are nice, but no great earthshaking revelations have been found in these books. I much prefer Charles Spurgeon's Morning and Evening Prayers...there is much meatier material there, and some of his descriptions are almost poetic. This is my second round of Liviing Faith subscription, and I'm not going to resubscribe at this point. It just is not challenging at all.