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ISBN:0953222217
Author: Barbara Cunliffe
ISBN13: 978-0953222216
Title: Reflections with the Saints
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Language: English
Category: Christian Living
Publisher: Credo Publications (February 1998)
Pages: 32

Reflections with the Saints by Barbara Cunliffe



The author of this study Alban Butler (1710 - 1773) was a famous English Roman Catholic priest and hagiographer who devoted most of his life to the serving to the God and studying the life of saints. Lives of the Saints, With Reflections for Every Day in the Year is one of the most profound and detailed books of his that would definitely appeal to all readers interested in the questions of religion. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

Compiled from the much larger 12 book set of "Butler's Lives of the Saints", this volume contains short biographies of the Saints, for each day of the year, followed by a reflection for each entry. People Who Liked Lives of the Saints: With Reflections for Every Day in the Year Also Liked These Free Titles

LibriVox recording of LIVES OF THE SIANTS, WITH REFLECTIONS FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR, by ALBAN BUTLER. Read by Maria Therese. Compiled from the much larger 12 book set of "Butler's Lives of the Saints", this volume contains short biographies of the Saints, for each day of the year, followed by a reflection for each entry. Summary by Maria Therese).

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Larry said: I like backcountry and mystics so this book looked good. Each chapter pairs reflections from one of his hiking, backpacking, or kayaking adventures with reflections upon his reading of a saint’s writings during that trip. The narrative is spiced with enough tidbits about Leave No Trace, boots, blisters, stoves, tents, packs, Backpacker Magazine, and trail descriptions and lore to satisfy any hiking or backpacking enthusiast. Even though Lane writes from a Christian perspective, he unapologetically also draws from Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, and Muslim spiritual and mystical sources as well secular writers such as Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, John Muir,.