Item description for Passion for Pilgrimage: Notes for the Journey Home by Alan Jones...
Overview Using literature, art, and biblical texts as illustrations, Jones explores our search for light and love, repentance, and forgiveness in the context of the Passion and Easter stories. Includes study questions at the end of each chapter and makes an excellent group study during Lent or Easter as well as for individuals who would like to understand the Christian journey more deeply.
Publishers Description The Christian spiritual journey is a pilgrimage to wholeness, a search for home that is in God. In this classic work on contemporary spiritual living, Alan Jones explores the various parts of the pilgrimage home. Using literature, art, and biblical texts as illustrations, he explores our search for light and love, repentance, and forgiveness in the context of the Passion and Easter stories.
An excellent book for group study during Lent and Easter, this new edition includes study questions at the end of each chapter. Passio for Pilgrimage is also provocative reading for individuals at any time of the year who want to understand the Christian journey more deeply.
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Studio: Morehouse Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.49" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.56 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2000
Publisher Morehouse Publishing
ISBN 0819218235 ISBN13 9780819218230
Availability 0 units.
More About Alan Jones
Alan Jones is a film-fueled freelance journalist. He has written for "Vogue" and "The Arena," Jussi Kantonen is an architect, disco deejay, and former Latin Hustle Dance Champion of Finland.
Alan Jones currently resides in the state of California. Alan Jones was born in 1948.
Reviews - What do customers think about Passion for Pilgrimage: Notes for the Journey Home?
Excellent food for the way! Mar 9, 2000
As a spiritual director in a large Roman Catholic parish, this is a book I regularly hand out to my parishioners and to those beginging spiritual direction. It is a great resource for folks who are "not there yet" in terms of spirituality. It leads the reader to a solid understanding of the need for decision in the spiritual journey and points clearly to the person of Jesus and His redemptive Holy Week journey as the focus and the standard for the travel. Jones is directive without being tryannical, Christian, without scaring off the beginner. I would not hesitate to give this book to those starting or in the midst of spiritual growth, those convinced or those questioning. AND its enjoyable!