The Long Journey Toward Serenity: To Recover Our Heart of a Child

The Long Journey Toward Serenity: To Recover Our Heart of a Child

The Long Journey Toward Serenity: To Recover Our Heart of a Child

The Long Journey Toward Serenity: To Recover Our Heart of a Child

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Overview

What is standing in our way of being our authentic selves and living life fully in the way that God intends? What has wounded us? What frightens us? The author pulls from the notable work of psychologists, saints, philosophers, educators, counselors, clergy, and more to arrive at the conclusion that: "The long road of serenity must go through the rediscovery of God living in us." This book brings hope to the reader who is looking for healing and a life that is simpler, either for oneself or for a loved one that is hurting.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781933314679
Publisher: In the Arms of Mary Foundation
Publication date: 09/08/2022
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 1,059,104
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

André Daigneault was born in Montréal in the working-class neighborhood of Saint-Henri. He spent his childhood and adolescence in Verdun and finished High School at the Richard school. Having a rather sickly childhood, he became an indefatigable reader: novels, poetry, psychology - everything interested him. He worked for a few years at Seagram while taking courses at Montréal University in poetry and literature, participated in a theater group, and published his first poems at the age of nineteen. André Daigneault has had diversified commitments for most of his life. Early on, he was Editor-in-Chief at the magazine "Je Crois," a consecrated layman and priest since 1982, an animator for several years of La Rencontre Movement, a preacher and counselor, a talented poet and writer, and he has a rather special gift as a popularizer. After having been assistant-director and director-general of the secular Institute Pius X, he now devotes himself mainly to the direction of retreats, as well as meetings with individuals, and to writing.
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