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For Christians, prayer is never entirely a personal matter. Jesus taught us to pray in such a way that we are always mindful of the concerns of others, and of our relationships with others. Living God's Justice is a collection of reflections and prayers that help us to orient ourselves toward others. Drawing on the wisdom of St. Francis of Assisi, Pope John Paul II, Thomas á Kempis, Mother Teresa, St. Augustine and Thea Bowman, the prayers containes within remind us that we are all members of one body and one church. Paperback.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 200 Vendor: Franciscan Media
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"Integration is one of the goals of the spiritual journey. The vertical relationship with God that is nurtured in personal prayer and public worship needs to be integrated with our horizontal relationship with our sisters and brothers. A balanced spirituality is one of both/and not either/or. In other words, we are to be contemplatives in action. Contemplation is that loving attention as we gaze upon the mystery of God; action is reaching out to others who are in need." from the Foreword, by Robert F. Morneau
For Christians, prayer is never entirely a personal matter. Jesus taught us to pray in such a way that we are always mindful of the concerns of others, and of our relationships with others. Living God's Justice is a sourcebook of just such prayerswords that help us to orient ourselves toward others in a way that leads to right relationship with God and effective prayer.
Drawing on the wisdom of the agesfrom Saint Francis of Assisi to Pope John Paul II, Thomas á Kempis to Mother Teresa, Saint Augustine to Thea Bowmanthis collection reminds us that we are all members of one body, one church and others depend upon our prayers as much as we depend upon theirs.
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