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Number of Pages: 284
Vendor: Paraclete Press
Publication Date: 2011
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LONNI COLLINS PRATT and FR. DANIEL HOMAN, OSB, also collaborated on the bestselling Benedict's Way: An Ancient Monk's Insights for a Balanced Life. Lonni Collins Pratt, an award-winning journalist and author, lives with her family in Michigan and leads retreats and workshops throughout the country on the principles of Radical Hospitality. A Benedictine monk for 40 years, Fr. Homan lives at St. Benedict Monastery in Oxford, Michigan.
Author: Lonni Collins Pratt
Located in: Michigan
Submitted: May 18, 2011
Tell us a little about yourself. I am the author of Radical Hospitality and several other books including Benedict's Way: An Ancient Monk's Insights for a Balanced Life. Currently leading retreats and conferences based on the principles of Radical Hospitality.
What was your motivation behind this project? This is the expanded version of the best-seller that launched the Radical Hospitality movement among American faith communities. The book, first published in 2002 was written in the aftermath of 911, though not about that catastrophic event. It needed updating.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? Radical Hospitality calls us to stretch our hearts and embrace the unknown, uncertain, and the stranger. I hope readers will feel they have a companion on that journey.