The Sacrament of Baptism calls Christians to lead virtuous lives. In Pathways to God, Robert Morneau helps believers to answer this call by reflecting upon three great theological virtues. Using a month's worth of daily reflections on the virtues of faith, hope, and charity, Morneau invites readers into a time of worshipful devotion that will help believers to proclaim their Christian faith. In addition, each passage offers a supplementary meditation from a poet, novelist or theologian each concluding with an application question and a short prayer. Morneau offers deep reflections from a diverse range of authors, including George Herbert, Flannery O'Connor, Martin Marty, Saint Augustine, C.S. Lewis, and Edgar Allen Poe.
Baptism summons each Christian to a virtuous life. In this book, well-known author Robert F. Morneau helps readers to answer that call more completely by reflecting on the three great theological virtues. He has collected a months worth of daily reflections on faith, hope and charity. Each week opens with a song or hymn that invites readers to proclaim their faith, followed by passages for meditation from a variety of poets, novelists, philosophers and theologians. Each days entry concludes with a question and short prayer. Morneau provides reflections on a diverse range of authors, including George Herbert, Jessica Powers, Flannery OConnor, Martin Marty, Saint Augustine, C. S. Lewis, and Edgar Allen Poe.