The Soul's Pilgrimage - Volume 1: From Advent to Pentecost: The Theology of the Christian Year: The Sermons of Robert Crouse

The Soul's Pilgrimage - Volume 1: From Advent to Pentecost: The Theology of the Christian Year: The Sermons of Robert Crouse

by Robert Crouse
The Soul's Pilgrimage - Volume 1: From Advent to Pentecost: The Theology of the Christian Year: The Sermons of Robert Crouse

The Soul's Pilgrimage - Volume 1: From Advent to Pentecost: The Theology of the Christian Year: The Sermons of Robert Crouse

by Robert Crouse

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Overview

This rich volume collects 47 sermons by the late priest and theologian Father Robert D. Crouse – one of the finest contemplative theological minds of our age. They are arranged to follow the principal celebrations of the ancient Christian Year – from Advent to Pentecost, while a second, companion volume (The Soul’s Pilgrimage Volume II: The Descent of the Dove and the Spiritual Life) completes the year – so they can be read in step with the liturgical seasons.

A Preface by former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams highlights some of the connecting threads of the sermons – in particular the theme of Divine Friendship offered by the Gospel.

The inspired clarity of these sermons brings to life the perennial truth of the Church year as a path of holiness for all believers. This is a volume for those who want to enter into the pattern of spiritual growth and nourishment that the Christian year has always made available but is here renewed for our time.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781915412430
Publisher: Darton, Longman & Todd LTD
Publication date: 11/30/2023
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 256
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Robert Crouse, contemplative, teacher, gardener, mystic, preacher, and theologian of twinkling, mischievous wit, lived much of his life on Crouse Road, Crousetown, Nova Scotia, Canada, where his family had lived for more than 200 years. A world authority on Augustine and Dante, he taught for much of his life at King’s College, Halifax, and was in great demand internationally as a lecturer on the theological tradition of the ancient and medieval worlds. In a fragmenting civilization he was an unmovable force for stability, prophetic in his determination to re-focus the Church he loved on things heavenly and eternal. His invitation to all to journey this timeless pilgrimage leads both the secular and the sacred soul to the Good and the Beautiful. He died in 2011
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