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According to Your Mercy by Fr. Martin Shannon, an Episcopal priest, contains forty-seven reflections on the Psalms, one for each of the days from Ash Wednesday to Easter. For each day of the Lenten season, you will also find insightful commentary from Church Fathers including Augustine, Jerome, Leo the Great, and Tertullian.
|Title: According to Your Mercy: Praying with the Psalms from Ash Wednesday to Easter|
By: Martin Shannon CJ
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Paraclete Press
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Weight: 6 ounces
Stock No: WW617732
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Fr. Martin Shannon brings deep teaching as well as the personal encounter of someone who has chanted and studied the Psalms for years. Each reflection is on one psalm, offering a meditation on its meaning and how it connects to our lives, followed by a word from one of the ancient church fathers and a prayer. There is a reflection for each of the forty-seven days from Ash Wednesday to Easter that reflect the various twists and turns on the Lenten journey.
Readers will discover the power of the psalms to inspire their own Lenten journey towards Easter.