Find spiritual sustenance for the season of Lent in Bishop Morneau's reflections on the daily Mass readings. Not By Bread Alone offers a short collection of insightful meditations that focus on Lenten themes of repentence and redemption, sacrifice and salvation--as well as the Easter promise of resurrection and new life. With Scripture as the foundation for each day's brief entry, readers will find the guidance they need to become closer to God's word during this holy time of year. The short yet significant reflections in this pocket-sized book make it simple for even the busiest person to make prayer a priority throughout the Lenten journey.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 104 Vendor: Liturgical Press Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 5.25 X 4 (inches) ISBN: 0814633102 ISBN-13: 9780814633106 Availability: In Stock
"For anyone looking for a solid and portable resource for Lenten meditation that will fit in a pocket or purse, this booklet is a good choice. The book offers a simple yet attractive formula that could be a true guide through this coming Lenten season." -The Bible Today
"The time of Lent is meant to be a time of spiritual reassessment for Catholics. Daily Reflections for Lent is a short collection of thoughts, affirmations, and wisdom for Catholics to absorb during the spiritual time of Lent to help them assess their place as a Christian. Daily Reflections for Lent is a strong pick for those who have much to ponder for the upcoming season of Lent." -The Midwest Book Review
"Perfect for pocket or pocketbook, the booklet once again allows users to find a God-centered path as we wait for the yearly commemoration of the greatest gift of all; eternal life with one who loves us." -Crux
Bishop Robert F. Morneau is pastor of Resurrection Parish in Green Bay Wisconsin, and also the auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay. He is a columnist for the diocesan paper, The Compass, and author of previous editions of Waiting in Joyful Hope: Daily Reflections for Advent and Christmas as well as Lent with Bishop Morneau (Liturgical Press, 2008).