Made To Praise Him: Finding My Song

Made To Praise Him: Finding My Song

by Fr. Bill Quinlivan

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As well as preaching the Gospel of Jesus, every priest is encouraged to write
his own gospel. This is precisely what Fr. Bill has done in his precious book "Made to Praise Him" in which he covers a vast multitude of situations in his pastoral ministry. It makes compelling reading and will nourish the spirit of anyone who takes it up.
~ Fr. Kevin Scallon, CM

I have read Fr. Bill's book "Made to Praise Him" and have laughed and smiled all the way through. It is the tender narrative of a wise and good priest, and will uplift the spirit of everyone who reads it. I recommend it highly.
~ Sr. Briege McKenna, OSC

Made to Praise Him: Finding My Song invites you into the adventures of a Catholic priest discovering his calling, and the mysterious ways God uses our main interests/passions within a vocation to further His kingdom while enriching our lives.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150552555
Publisher: Fr. William Quinlivan
Publication date: 10/21/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 248
File size: 876 KB

About the Author

Fr. Bill Quinlivan has recorded seven CDs of original songs, and this volume includes the back-stories of many of his compositions. Before becoming a priest, he was a comedy writer, aspiring screenwriter, and worked in radio. For a time he served as a portrait photographer as well as a stint as a government employee at the IRS. He now works for the "perfect boss." The BIG boss!! Fr. Bill is the fourth-born Quinlivan, raised in predominately Irish Catholic South Buffalo. But his first fifty years have taken him to other corners of the world. He is currently pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish in the Town of Tonawanda, New York, in the Diocese of Buffalo. He was ordained in 1995, and in addition to his diocesan assignments is involved at St. Luke's Mission of Mercy on Buffalo's East Side, a ministry to the homeless and addicted. He still finds songs coming from his heart when he prays, and is delighted to encourage others to �find their song" in God's plan. A lot of faith and a sense of humor always help!

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