Contrasting views on Jesus have widely divergent value to readers.
“After a busy Christmas season and winter, I am feeling the call to strip back down to the basics. I want to focus on what is most essential about Lent.”
The Church offers a variety of prayer forms and spiritual practices to deepen our faith during these holy seasons.
The prayer practice of “lectio divina” is a different kind of reading, one that invites a slow, intentional encounter with Scripture.
The U.S. Catholic bishops explained in a 2003 document that “popular devotional practices do not replace the liturgical life of the church; rather they extend it into daily life.”
Two books, one book braces reality and with a corporate understanding of Catholicism. The second book that appeal to the people that are more spiritual but point to ourselves and not to God.