The Dark Night of the Soul and The Way of the Cross (annotated and illustrated) [NOOK Book]

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Your Special 2 for 1 Illustrated and annotated edition includes:

• 14 Stations of the Cross by Jacob Rice

• Extensive Glossary of time-honored Catholic expressions

• Stabat Mater in both English and Latin

• Essay Narrative on the Last Hours of John of the Cross

+Dark Night of the Soul -

The Dark night has been described as a point of deep "spiritual crisis" and the pathway Fray John lays out isn't merely to recover but to thrive and experience ...

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The Dark Night of the Soul and The Way of the Cross (annotated and illustrated)

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Overview

Your Special 2 for 1 Illustrated and annotated edition includes:

• 14 Stations of the Cross by Jacob Rice

• Extensive Glossary of time-honored Catholic expressions

• Stabat Mater in both English and Latin

• Essay Narrative on the Last Hours of John of the Cross

+Dark Night of the Soul -

The Dark night has been described as a point of deep "spiritual crisis" and the pathway Fray John lays out isn't merely to recover but to thrive and experience true union with God.

This is mysticism with a purpose, to change your life right now, to become more like Christ every day. This is no bleak night but a bright light of hope lit on a clear path to living holiness by the premier spiritual master, St. John of the Cross.

In a homily commemorating the martyrdom of St. John the Baptist, Pope Francis remarked "I think of the dark night of the soul of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta” and is inspired with the hope only Christ can give each of us.

Together St. John of the Cross and St. Teresa of Avila are considered the founders of the Discalced Carmelites.

+The Way of the Cross -

St. Alphonsus Liguori's method is the most treasured way of praying the stations ever to bless Christendom. The Saint is also the creator of the classic "The Glories of Mary."

The pious practice has been around since Christians visited the Holy Land the the 5th Century and emulated the actual way of the cross. In the 14th century, to remind Catholics of the ties to the Holy land the Franciscans promoted the devotion and ever since it has become an annual Lenten tradition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9782897281922
  • Publisher: Our Catholic Heritage Publications
  • Publication date: 3/7/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 767,056
  • File size: 2 MB

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