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Number of Pages: 352
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|Publication Date: 2003|
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Let's Pray (Not Just Say) the Rosary: Classic Edition with the Luminous Mysteries AddedRichard Rooney S.J.Liguori Publications / 2007 / Trade Paperback$1.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 9 Reviews
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The New Rosary in Scripture: Biblical Insights for Praying the 20 MysteriesEdward SriFranciscan Media / 2003 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:
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The Rosary(Including the Mysteries of Light) and The Stations of the Cross DVDActa Publications / DVD$18.99 Retail:1 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Until we get to heaven, we're all unfinished Christians.
There are no "self-made" success stories in the spiritual life. No do-it-yourself kits for aspiring saints. That's why Living the Mysteries is ideal for a family member, friend, or fellow parishioner who was recently in the RCIA program and received the sacraments of initiation - baptism, confirmation, and the Eucharist - at the Easter Vigil. That's why it's perfect for a lifelong Catholic, too.
The early Church had a process in which a teacher guided seekers through stages of inquiry and purification, culminating in a final phase called "mystagogy" - MIST-a go-gee- "the revelation of the mysteries."
The instruction the early Christians needed is what we all need, no matter when we were baptized, no matter how much theology we've studied. That's because God's mysteries are inexhaustible and, until we get to heaven, we're all unfinished Christians.
Now eight of the early Church's greatest teachers can be your guides as Living the Mysteries presents the wisdom and insights of:
- St. Ambrose
- St. Augustine
- St. Basil
- St. Clement of Alexandria
- St. Cyril of Jerusalem
- St. Gregory of Nyssa
- St. John Chrysostom
- St. Leo the Great