This lyrical and inviting exploration of prayer by Franciscan poet and writer Murray Bodo offers a centering peace for a busy world. Landscape of Prayer may be read as an examination of a personal prayer history, in various settings - Thomas Merton's hermitage at Gethsemani, Kentucky; a Navajo hogan in the Southwest; fly-fishing in the middle of a trout stream; in a comfortable armchair with his mother's Navajo rug about his knees; the center of Franciscan thought and prayer, Assisi - or it may be read as a "how-to-pray" guide.
This lyrical and inviting exploration of prayer by a Franciscan poet and writer offers a centering peace for a busy world.
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