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Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Liguori Publications
Publication Date: 2003
|Dimensions: 8 1/4 X 5 1/2 (inches)|
Love Came Down: Anglican Readings for Advent and ChristmasChurch Publishing Inc. / Trade Paperback$11.49 Retail:
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Advent and Christmas with the Saints offers spiritual sustenance from those holy men and women whom we honor because of their close spiritual relationship with God. Readers walk day-by-day with the saints, recalling the Scriptures they read, meditating on the thoughts they had, praying as they might have prayed, and talking openly with God. Christians looking for a way to re-spiritualize their Christmas practices, prayer groups, small-faith communities, Bible study classes, teachers, clergy, and religious will cherish this guide to refocusing on the "reason for the season," the birth of the Messiah.
Anthony Chiffolo, editorial director of Praeger Publishers, is the author of numerous religion books, including 100 Names of Mary, Pope John Paul II: In My Own Words, Padre Pio: In My Own Words, Advent and Christmas with the Saints and Cooking With The Bible. He received the WVOX Radio Author of the Year Award in 2000 for Padre Pio: In My Own Words.
Deacon Thomas SheaBordentown, NJAge: Over 65Gender: male1 Stars Out Of 5Chiffolo thinks he knows better than Our Lord....December 7, 2010Deacon Thomas SheaBordentown, NJAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1Anyone who respects the integrity of God's Word and who is looking for Advent reading should probably avoid this author's work. Chiffolo is more deeply concerned with feminist and leftwing sensibilities than he is with the God's message as written. Here's a quick sample: "...I have used the word "kindom" instead of the more traditional "kingdom", as the former avoids the sexist and elitist connotations of the latter." As I recall "kingdom" was good enough for Jesus.